Asphalt is the paving material of choice for a variety of applications because of it’s durability, cost-effectiveness and strength. Keeping your asphalt in top condition is simple with routine inspection and maintenance. Our services address issues that may arise as asphalt ages including sealcoating, crack-filling and patching.

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Sealcoating

Protect your investment. Sealcoating asphalt slows pavement deterioration by protecting against the daily abuse of a parking lot. This includes gas, oil, sun oxidation, water penetration and extreme weather. For maximum benefit, sealcoat should be applied approximately 12 months after the initial application and then on a regular basis, about every 24 to 48 months, thereafter.

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Crack Filling

Cracks let water into the asphalt surface, inevitably causing potholes and eventually asphalt failure. Keeping cracks properly filled will avoid potentially costly damage to your paving and provide a smoother, more aesthetically pleasing paved surface.

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Patching

As asphalt pavement progresses through its performance lifecycle, fine hairline cracks begin to spread and deepen within the asphalt. Water will enter the surface without proper maintenance and crack-filling, undermining the substrate. The most effective form of repair is to remove and replace the deteriorated area with fresh asphalt, in the form of a patch.

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