Sealcoating is important for several reasons.
Sealcoating prevents oxidation.
Asphalt pavement begins to deteriorate almost as soon as it is
placed. As the pavement is exposed to oxygen, the asphalt binder
(tar) hardens. This hardening results in a brittle surface that
eventually cracks. Cracks in the pavement enable oxygen and
rainwater to penetrate the pavement, often into the sub base,
weakening it and reducing the pavement's strength. Sealcoating
protects the surface and fills surface voids, reducing pavement's
exposure to oxygen and water and extending pavement life.
Sealcoating resists ultraviolet rays.
By breaking down the links between the carbon bonds in the
asphalt, ultraviolet rays cause pavement to deteriorate and
crumble. Regularly applied seal coat helps to prevent ultraviolet
rays from penetrating the pavement.
Sealcoating resists oil and gas spills.
This is especially important on driveways where cars are parked or
worked on. Oil and gasoline soften asphalt. Our professional-grade
sealer contains additives that enable it to resist any such leaks.
By filling surface voids, sealcoating also reduces the depth to
which oil or gas can penetrate the pavement.
Sealcoating enhances pavement appearance and eases maintenance.
Sealcoating brings back the dark black colour of the original
pavement, making it look and wear like new. Seal coated pavement
is also easier to clean and maintain. Because seal coat fills
surface voids, a seal coated surface is much smoother. And a
smoother surface is easier to sweep, shovel, and wash.
- Wood Surface, Concrete,
Interlock stone - $1.00 sq.ft. and
Wash Stain and Seal Wooden Decks or Fences
- $2.00 sq.ft. and up
with a Proper Sealant
Lane 1 Car Length
Lane 1 Car Length
Lane 2 Car Lengths
Long Double Lane
3 or 4 Car Lengths
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