Our sealcoating process begins with the cleaning and preparation of the surface of the pavement. The cleaner the surface, the better the end result will be. We use blowers, brushes, and/or power sweepers and pressure washing when necessary to make sure the surface of the lot is as clean as possible. Oil or grease spots are treated with a primer to ensure proper bonding of the sealant.
Cracks that are over 1/4 of an inch are prepped and filled with a specialized rubber sealant heated to 400 degrees. This material is flexible to allow for expansion and contraction with the cold and hot weather to maintain the integrity of the seal.
Applying the Sealcoat
Next we hand apply the sealcoat to the edges of the pavement to ensure a neat, clean edge. Next we apply two coats of sealant to the surface to ensure a nice, even, and long-lasting finish. We do not skimp on the sealant and make sure the heavy traffic areas are covered adequately. We always apply two coats of sealant to ensure a properly covered surface that will not only look good, but last as long as possible.
Striping the Lot or Area
Once the sealcoat has been applied, the lot can be restriped to the previous layout. Or if you desire to make changes to the layout, we can make the necessary accommodations.
After the sealcoat has been applied, it is recommended that vehicles be kept off the lot for at least 24-48 hours. Normal foot traffic is ok within a few hours, but the material needs time to cure before vehicles are allowed back on the surface.
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