Asphalt Seal Coating
Why should I seal coat?
Seal coating enhances the appearance of your business and saves you from expensive asphalt repairs.
When to seal coat?
New pavement should be sealed as soon as possible after it has been fully cured (approximately 90 days); maximum of 1 year. Old pavement must be sealed every 2 to 3 years to realize maximum benefits.
What if I don't seal coat?
Asphalt pavements that are not sealed are constantly exposed to destructive elements that cause expensive damage and shorten the service life of the pavement. Sealing guards your pavement investment by providing a tough protective shield that locks out destructive elements and seals in the tar in the asphalt, keeping it resilient and durable. Seal coating is the economical way to improve the appearance of your property while maintaining your pavement investment. Sealing will also permit easier cleaning of your parking area and help dissipate snow during the winter months.
How can you help me?
Economy Paving will custom mix cold tar pitch emulsion asphalt sealer with an optimized mix of additives. We match the mix chemical hardeners, dryers, silica sand, and tars to the requirements of the parking lot traffic and asphalt condition. We have spent the past 15 years perfecting our custom mix. Most of our seal coat jobs last from three to five years, depending on the traffic and weather.