Asphalt Sealing

Sealcoating a thin liquid layer added over a paved surface to protect it from damage caused by UV rays, rain and snow, and fluids from vehicles.  Sealcoating won’t cure existing issues, like cracks, but it will help prevent such damage from forming in the first place. Aside from keeping out damaging elements, properly applying a sealcoat is important to extend the life of asphalt paving.

Crack Sealing

Minor Patch Work

How Do Potholes Form?


Parking Lot Striping, also known as Traffic Markings, provides organized traffic flow and clearly marked parking stalls and areas for vehicles to park. An effective parking striping layout consists of bright, durable line striping for stalls, arrows for entrances and exits, arrows for directional flow on parking lots, handicap parking spaces, clearly marked fire lane areas and more. Parking lot striping is typically performed by professional line striping contractors.

Thermal Plastic

Here is a list of seven facts you likely did not know about seal-coating!

  1. Seal-coating protects and prolongs the life expectancy of asphalt pavement by filling surface damage and providing a protective layer to keep out damaging UV rays, vehicle fluids and water.
  2. The low cost of regular seal-coating can save you money in the long run. A properly maintained and sealed asphalt surface has an extended lifetime and reduces long-term repair costs.
  3. With exposure to the elements, asphalt pavement over time becomes faded in appearance. A fresh seal-coat application enhances the appearance of asphalt, making it look and wear like new.
  4. Seal-coating is typically done using one of two application methods: spray or squeegee.
  5. Seal-coating accelerates the melting process of snow and ice on pavement surfaces. This helps to protect against water penetration, rain, frost and snow damage.
  6. To properly complete the seal-coating process, the air and pavement temperature is recommended to be at least 55 degrees Fahrenheit for the duration of application and for eight hours following the application.
  7. Prior to pavement sealing, the asphalt surface should be cleared of all dirt and debris. In addition, minor repairs, like potholes and cracks, should be filled and vehicle fluids, like oil, should be properly removed.

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