Sealcoating is the process of sealing your fresh pavement with an added layer of protection. Sealcoating can not only protect your new pavement from outdoor weather elements, such as UV rays or rain but can also protect its appearance and extend its strength for longer use. Sealcoating can be reapplied throughout the years when you notice your pavement becoming dull or worn, to protect it from further damages or deterioration.
The application of sealcoating is achieved with a simple hose and spray technique that allows for the sealcoat to be evenly dispersed amongst the pavement. This method works well for large spaces, such as parking lots or garages, and ensures that every corner of the pavement is reached with a sealcoat. If you're adding a sealcoat to the newly-paved pavement, then you should wait for the appropriate drying time before the sealant can be added to the new pavement. If you're touching up or adding another layer of sealcoat to an existing pavement that is not new, the pavement must first be cleaned before sealcoat can be applied. The pavement should be power-washed and dried, removed buildup or debris that could interfere with the sealcoat.
It is recommended to let the sealcoat dry for a few days before allowing cars to drive or park on the pavement. Letting the sealcoat dry completely will ensure that it is able to perform to its maximum potential and protect your pavement from any harm. Since the drying time is recommended for at least one to three days, this should be done when the weather permits, as rain or snow could cost the sealcoat its effectiveness. We recommend sealcoating to be completed during the warmer, drier months, for security on drying time.
Sealcoating is both effective and efficient in the preservation of your pavement. What’s more, sealcoating is also cost-efficient and helps reduce the amount of maintenance and repairs needed on your pavement. When your pavement has been regularly sealed with a sealant, it likely won’t succumb to damages as easily or quickly as pavement without a sealcoat. Furthermore, sealcoats are significantly cheaper to apply and maintain than removing and replacing a damaged, paved surface altogether. To avoid the costly repairs and replacements that some pavements can bear, adding a sealcoat will significantly reduce the possibility of unnecessary pavement expenses.
What makes our services so unique is that we’re willing and able to work with clients that come from various backgrounds and have ranging budgets. We negotiate with clients directly who have limited budgets but still want to ensure that their pavement is in the best working condition possible. We’re flexible with the associated costs of our services and are open to working out plans and payment options that you can be comfortable with. With that said, we know that clients may not want to have their pavement regularly sealcoated or can’t afford to, so we’ve made our sealcoating services more affordable and accessible than ever before!