We offer both Squeegee and Spray Methods in Sealcoating

Restore the appearance of your asphalt pavement by having it seal coated and crack sealed. Seal coating weatherproofs the surface, and protects it from the effects of water, gas, oil, and the sun. By spending a few cents per square foot, you can maximize the longevity of you asphalt.
Seal coating is designed to protect asphalt pavements from the damaging effects of the environment, including moisture and ultraviolet oxidation. Protecting pavement with seal coating has basically the same effect as using sun block on your skin or varnish on wood—it slows the destructive effects of our extreme southeastern climate.

Sealcoating also minimizes raveling (the loss of aggregate) and fills minor voids in the surface. Other benefits include creating a uniform color and appearance for all paved asphalt surfaces and increasing the visibility of curbing. Seal coating and re-striping of parking spaces and crosswalks improve traffic flow and enhance public safety. To reduce long-term maintenance expenses, industry experts recommend that pavement be seal coated every two to five years, depending on traffic and overall condition. Pavements that exhibit extensive cracking, base failure, or severe surface raveling will not significantly benefit from seal coating. Also, seal coat tends not to adhere well to areas saturated with oil, so such areas must be treated with an oil spot primer to aid adhesion. Sealer can be applied by either squeegee or spray methods. The spray method is recommended for smooth pavement, whereas rough, porous surfaces are better serviced by the squeegee method with its thicker application. Normal curing time is 24 hours for moderate temperature and humidity conditions.  Consult with us regarding squeegee and spray methods.

After the seal coat has been applied, one of the simplest yet important services provided is parking lot striping. We install clearly marked stalls, handicap spaces, and directional arrows that all result in a more efficient and problem-free parking lot. These are often essential for maximizing parking lot space and enhancing the flow of traffic. Ensuring that the striping is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act which also reduces owner liability.

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