Seal Coating

Seal Coating

Seal coating is a mixture of emulsified asphalt, water, mineral fillers and other ingredients.  This mixture is applied directly to the surface of your asphalt by a rubber squeegee, broom or a mechanical spray.  Seal coating is very inexpensive, costing pennies per square foot, and helps to extend the life of your asphalt driveway or parking lot.  Compared to the dollars per square foot that would be needed in order to repair or replace your damaged asphalt, seal coating is a reasonable expense in maintaining it.

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Seal Coating Benefits

Seal coating has many benefits.  Some of which are:
  • It protects the asphalt by stopping water from penetrating through the surface.
  • It defends the top layer of asphalt from oxidation and wear that are caused by weather elements.
  • It seals any small cracks that happen to be occurring that will turn into larger cracks if left unattended.
  • It protects against the harmful effects that happen during oil and gasoline spills.

Appearance of Your Asphalt

Besides protecting your asphalt, seal coating also makes your driveway or parking look more attractive.  A dark, attractive black surface is perfect for painting lines and other markers in order to direct the attention of others.  It also leaves the surface very smooth, making it ideal for sweeping away debris.

Perfect for Low-Speed Areas

Seal coating is designed to be used in areas where there are low traffic speeds and limited turning space.  Areas such as parking lots, mobile home parks, schools, and road shoulders are perfect for this process.  Seal coating is different from slurry seals, which use a coarse aggregate filler and are designed for areas where the traffic speeds are much higher.

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Perfect for Low-Speed Areas

Seal coating is designed to be used in areas where there are low traffic speeds and limited turning space.  Areas such as parking lots, mobile home parks, schools, and road shoulders are perfect for this process.  Seal coating is different from slurry seals, which use a coarse aggregate filler and are designed for areas where the traffic speeds are much higher.

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