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With regular sealcoating maintenance, you can double—or even triple the life of your asphalt. It provides a barrier to salts, chemicals, and petroleum products which break down asphalt. It seals out moisture that can erode the base beneath the asphalt and improves crack resistance by keeping the asphalt flexible so it doesn't crack or break. Sealcoating also enhances property value with it's well-maintained look and rich, black color.


Seals small cracks in asphalt

Seal coating seals the asphalt pavement, preventing the oxidation and erosion of the top layer of asphalt. On older pavements seal coating replaces the fine particles lost from the asphalt surface due to oxidation. Seal coating also seals the small cracks that can turn into large cracks and prevents water from seeping down to the base material. Seal coating helps protect the asphalt from the sun as well as the harmful effects of chemical spills such as oil and gasoline.
- Protects & Prolongs Asphalt Life
- Resists Oil & Gas Spills
- Reduces Maintenance Costs
- Improves Appearance


Designed for use in parking lots, mobile home parks, and road shoulders

Seal coats serve to seal the top of the asphalt, preventing water from penetrating the surface of the pavement and protecting the top layer of asphalt from oxidation and wear caused by exposure to the sun and air. Seal coats also beautify the pavement by providing a smooth, black, even surface ideal for painting and sweeping. Seal coats are designed for off highway use where there are low traffic speeds and tight turning radiuses such as parking lots, mobile home parks, schools, churches, driveways and road shoulders.


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