Pavement preservation starts with seal coating.
Asphalt cement is the binder that holds the aggregate together and requires regular maintenance. The biggest factors in the degradation of the asphalt binder are water, UV rays, oils, fuel, salt, and different chemicals that cause the glue to oxidize. Seal coating extends the overall lifespan of your asphalt and leaves it aesthetically pleasing too.
A regularly scheduled seal coating program will more than double the life of the asphalt, saving you significant dollars down the line.
New pavement will cost upwards of thousands of dollars, depending on the size. For pennies on the dollar per square foot, maintaining your already existing pavement is the most cost-effective solution.
Sealed vs Unsealed Asphalt. Your property has a “Welcome” mat; it’s your parking lot. Keep it looking clean and help it live longer by maintaining a regular seal coating schedule.
Spraying seal coat is good, but if you want to get the greatest quality and longevity, a combination of spraying and squeegeeing is best. This is why, in addition to a spray bar, we are equipped with an 14 foot-wide squeegee. It’s the most effective way to fill voids in a rough, porous pavement, and it provides a strong bond. Together, spraying and squeegeeing can deliver a seal coat that lasts as much as 40 percent longer than either method alone.
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