Asphalt seal coating is recognized as one of the most beneficial preventative maintenance treatment for your asphalt parking lot when TIMED PROPERLY. The key to a successful preventative maintenance program is applying the proper type of pavement sealer at the correct time and interval.
Left untreated, pavement that is not seal coated will begin to fatigue. Oxidation occurs which causes the asphalt to dry out and become brittle. Once the top layer erodes away, the surface of the asphalt will have an appearance of larger stones and small cracks. These rough patches and small cracks accelerate the deterioration of the pavement by letting water, ultraviolet rays, and chemicals penetrate into the asphalt's base material.
Instituting a preventative maintenance program before these damaging elements overcome your pavement is crucial to protecting your investment. Our proven techniques and custom formulated sealer provides outstanding resistance to water seepage, chemical spills, oxidation from UV light, and harsh New England winter treatments such as salt and ice melt.
The main purpose of seal coating in asphalt or concrete is to protect your pavement from premature failure. Contact us for more information at 8602743978
Hot Rubber Crack Repair
Hot rubberized crack filling has a reputation for having the lowest failure rate of the methods used to repair cracks.
Cracks in asphalt are caused by oxidation, drying out and shrinking of asphalt, poor installation, water penetration and the freeze/thaw cycle in cold climates. Proper crack sealing creates a seal between asphalt and the asphalt sub-surface to inhibit water from penetrating and causing extensive asphalt repairs.
A thorough routing of cracks prior to sealing provides a clean, uniform reservoir for the crack sealant to seat correctly while distributing the proper amount to every crack for maximum bonding to the sidewall of the crack. Routing is always recommended for commercial applications that have never been hot rubber sealed.
Cracks repaired with hot rubber filling are projected to typically last three to five years.