Asphalt Seal Coat
Seal coating asphalt driveways, parking lots, and other paved areas is the process of applying a liquid product over an existing asphalt pavement in a manner that seals the surface and fills small voids and cracks as protection against the elements. Left unsealed, sunlight, wind, and water will gradually cause asphalt to harden and oxidize, and as it becomes more brittle, cracking can occur. Over the space of a few years, asphalt paving can be seriously damaged if it is not periodically sealed.
Seal coating is an inexpensive method to maintain your Asphalt surface. Seal coating is less than a quarter of the cost of replacing the Asphalt surface and less than a tenth of the price of a full reconstruction of the subbase, base and Asphalt.