Sealcoating is essential in extending the life of your asphalt pavement. Think of sealcoating more as a preventative maintenance for your parking lot or road, similar to how you paint your house to keep the weather from deteriorating the wood.
Sealcoating seals small cracks and will prevent water from permeating the asphalt surface into the subgrade material. Another benefit of sealcoating is that it helps protect the asphalt from the sun as well as the harmful effects of chemical spills such as oil and gasoline. It also fills surface voids, which will reduce exposure to oxygen, UV rays and reduces the depth to which oil or gas can penetrate the asphalt.
Sealcoat is applied directly onto the surface of a recently cleaned asphalt pavement. Most projects take two coats, which require up to 24 hours of curing before vehicles are allowed back onto the surface.
Sealcoating provides an attractive black surface that improves the appearance of your existing asphalt, making a great first impression for potential tenants and their customers. A clean, well-maintained parking lot is a great “Welcome Mat” for all who visit your property.