Sealcoating

In this process, pavement sealing is applied in thin coats to protect non-highway surfaces from possible damage from water, salt, oil, gasoline and excessive sun.  Some of its many advantages include: improved visual attractiveness, increased pavement flexibility, reduction of oxidation and water penetration, resistance to oil and gas spills, ease of shoveling or sweeping and protection from pressure washing.

Sealcoating is one of the most important elements of a pavement management plan and it is definitely one of the most cost effective.  A sealcoat consists of either coal tar pitch or asphalt cement mixed with inert fillers, water, emulsifying agents, or additives. Also a blend of coal tar & asphalt base sealer is an option.  Asphalt conditions, temperature and weather play a role in which sealer is the best solution for our customers.

 

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