Sealcoated pavements will last 30-50% longer than pavements that are left unsealed.
Sealcoat is the most important way to maintain an asphalt parking lot. Asphalt pavement is designed to be a flexible surface made from asphalt emulsion and fine aggregates. Aging can become accelerated if the pavement is left unsealed. Pavement Solutions uses quality materials and a proven sealcoating technique to deliver outstanding resistance to water seepage, petroleum spills, oxidation from the sun, and other damaging elements.
Sealcoating is the application of a thin coat of coal tar pitch or asphalt emulsion mixed with inert fillers, water, emulsifying agents or additives.
We pride ourselves in putting us above our competition by using the best seal coat product currently in the industry. GemSeal Black Diamond Enduramax. This solution is a top-of-the-line asphalt emulsion, including a remarkably abrasive non-slip coat. Our high-tech formula contains 4 to 5 lbs. of sand per gallon, unlike our competitors who use around 1 to 2 lbs. per gallon. This product is jam-packed with fibers, high solids, and fine aggregates to stand out from any other brand on the market.
- The crew removes all debris from the area.
- Evaluate the pavement’s condition and identify asphalt defects (i.e., cracks, potholes, and oil spills).
- Primer is applied to cover up oil and chemical spots.
- Potholes are repaired, and cracks are routed and filled in with crack sealant.
- At least two coats of commercial grade sealer are applied to the pavement.
- The surface is left undisturbed for 12 hours to dry completely.
Advantages of Sealcoating Asphalt:
- Delivers outstanding resistance to water seepage, petroleum spills, oxidation from the sun, and other damaging elements
- Decreases long-term repair costs exponentially
- Speeds up the process of melting snow/ice on pavement
- Improves the curb-appeal of your landscape and entire property
Let us maintain the longevity of your lot. Because — after all — a parking lot is a consumer’s first impression of the establishment as a whole.