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Understanding Asphalt

Properties of Asphalt

Why Sealcoat?

Benefits of Sealcoating

Unprotected Asphalt

Common Issues

10 years of

outstanding service

You could sealcoat your asphalt every 3 years for over 30 years and still not would not equal the expense of  removing and replacing failed asphalt.

By sealcoating, we are providing a flexible, stable and homogeneous compound to act as a barrier to protect asphalt surfaces from the damaging effects of the elements. Sealcoating also fills in the porous surface of asphalt and keeps water from penetrating its structure. If cracks have already formed, sealcoating will help prevent those cracks from lengthening and widening.

New asphalt also needs to be sealcoated. Allow the new pavement to cure for 60 to 90 days and then promptly have the surface sealcoated. Depending on the condition of your asphalt and the amount of traffic and water exposure, asphalt should be sealcoated every 2-3 years to maximize protection.


Routinely sealcoating your asphalt for pennies a square foot today saves you from spending dollars a square foot on major repairs down the road such as overlays, removal and replacement.

The Benefits of Sealcoating