Sealcoating Increases Pavement Service Life
A regularly scheduled sealcoating program will more than double the life of the asphalt, saving you significant dollars down the line.
Instead of having to pay thousands of dollars for new pavement, it is more cost effective to spend only pennies on the dollar per square foot to maintain.
UNSEALED VS. SEALED
Asphalt Sealcoating is the Smart Choice for Pavement Preservation.
Sealcoating Protects & Beautifies Asphalt Pavement
Pavement sealer replenishes the binder that is lost through weathering and aging and provides a barrier to moisture intrusion as well as ultraviolet rays, chemicals, and salt.
And just as important, sealcoating beautifies pavement; enhancing the image and curb appeal of commercial properties, home driveways, roadways and more. Sealcoating provides a rich, black “like new” appearance to otherwise drab and worn out pavements.
Your Parking Lot and Driveway is the “Welcome Mat” to Your Property.
It provides both image and functionality to residential, business or institution. Your pavement represents a substantial capital investment that must be maintained.
Sealcoating and repairs are a fraction of the cost of replacing asphalt pavement.
ASPHALT & POTHOLE REPAIRS
Pothole Repair – Avoiding Costly Liabilities
Moisture intrusion is the leading cause of pavement deterioration. When left alone and when cracks are not repaired, potholes become evident and a safety problem. Potholes represent an annoyance to vehicle traffic and a serious tripping hazard to pedestrians.
To avoid potential liability, potholes should be filled immediately upon discovery with either cold patch materials or hot mix material.
Filling potholes is a relatively easy and inexpensive process.
ASPHALT CRACK FILLING & SEALING
Crack Sealing Provides Superior Protection Against Moisture Intrusion – The Leading Cause of Pavement Failure.
Left unfilled, cracks will allow rain and moisture to flow through pavement and erode base materials ultimately resulting in potholes and pavement failure. Filling cracks with crack filler helps prevent rain and moisture from flowing through the pavement and causing erosion or failure. By stopping the entrance of water, the rate of deterioration of the pavement is significantly slowed. Crack sealing also prevents the loss of aggregate from the edges of the crack.