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Seal coating is the application of a refined tar based sealer that coats the surface of your asphalt.

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Sealcoating is the process of applying a protective coating to asphalt pavement surfaces to extend their lifespan and protect them from damage caused by exposure to the elements. It involves the application of a liquid coating material made up of coal tar pitch, asphalt emulsion, or acrylic polymer.


The process of sealcoating involves several steps, including cleaning the surface to remove dirt, debris, and other contaminants that may affect the adhesion of the sealant. Next, any cracks or holes in the surface are filled and patched. Then, the sealant is applied using a spray or squeegee. The sealant material fills in any small cracks, creates a protective barrier against water, oil, and other substances, and provides an attractive, uniform appearance to the pavement.

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Sealcoating is an essential part of asphalt pavement maintenance, and it should be performed every 2-3 years to ensure optimal protection and longevity. The benefits of sealcoating include improved appearance, increased pavement life, and reduced maintenance costs over time. Additionally, sealcoating helps to prevent oxidation and water penetration, which can cause the asphalt to deteriorate and break down over time.



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