Sealcoating

Sealcoating

Sealcoating

Sealcoat is a high-performance modified asphalt emulsion with various additives to help protect asphalt pavement from UV rays, water, and normal wear and tear. This solution can be sprayed or squeegee applied. Ideal for roadways and parking lots.

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Do you want to add curb appeal while protecting your asphalt from oxidation? Sealcoat is the perfect product for you. 

Sealcoat is one of the most important elements of a preventive asphalt maintenance plan. It prevents oxidation, which can lead to unraveling and cracking. Newly paved surfaces should be seal coated within the first 18-24 months and every 3-5 years thereafter. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Asphalt sealcoating is an effective method for protecting your pavement. The process includes a specialized seal coat that protects the asphalt fines and binders from breaking free. It also protects the asphalt from moisture and UV rays. The asphalt sealcoating is an ideal solution for roadways and parking lots that undergo a lot of stress from traffic and weather. If you are interested in learning more about asphalt sealcoating, contact Onsite Asphalt.

Asphalt sealcoating is a necessary solution for roadways and parking lots and protects the pavement from UV rays, water, and normal wear and tear. This high-performance application will modify the asphalt’s emulsion and is an integral part of an asphalt maintenance plan. Our asphalt contractors recommend an asphalt sealcoating application every 3-5 years.

The average life span for an asphalt sealcoat is 4 to 5 years, depending on traffic volume. Our asphalt specialists recommend that newly paved surfaces should be seal coated within the first 18-24 months and every 3-5 years after that. The process will prevent oxidation, unraveling, and cracking by protecting the asphalt from UV rays, water damage, and typical roadway damage. Contact Onsite Asphalt to schedule your asphalt sealcoat today.

WHY IS SEALCOATING IMPORTANT?

Sealcoat is one of the most important elements of a preventive asphalt maintenance plan. It prevents oxidation, which can lead to unraveling and cracking. Newly paved surfaces should be seal coated within the first 18-24 months and every 3-5 years thereafter.