Sealcoating protects and extends the life of your asphalt by protecting the pavement from the elements while greatly improving its appearance. Our 20% Water to Supreme Grade Sealcoat ratio mix, at 2 coats, ensures the highest quality results in the industry.
Sealcoating, or pavement sealing, is the process of applying a protective coating to asphalt-based pavements to provide a layer of protection from the elements: water, oils, and U.V. damage. Eventually all asphalt life is exhausted and begins to unravel, evolving into minor cracks which widen and deepen with time. If water seeps into the cracks, it allows the load capacity to falter. This results in rutting, shifting, and serious alligatoring of the pavement. It is logical to conclude that o -street pavements can be preserved by a protective sealcoating that resists the attack of elements that destroy the asphalt anyway.
To summarize, sealcoating every two to three years will certainly extend the life of your asphalt pavement for minimal cost. When applied appropriately and at the right time, sealcoating prevents oxidation, sealcoating stops weather damage, and sealcoating beauti es pavement.