Asphalt Sealcoating

Sealcoating is a protective layer applied to asphalt surfaces, such as driveways, parking lots, and roadways. It’s purpose is to safeguard them from the damaging effects of sunlight, water, chemicals, and regular wear and tear. Sealcoating material is a coal-tar or asphalt-based emulsion that is carefully applied to the surface, creating a protective layer that seals small cracks, prevents oxidation, and enhances the overall durability of the pavement. By filling in imperfections and forming a smooth, uniform surface, it gives asphalt a fresh, jet-black appearance, enhancing its curb appeal.

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Protecting Your Surfaces

By acting as a shield, sealcoating material preventing moisture from penetrating the asphalt and causing cracks, potholes, or premature deterioration. Sunlight exposure can also lead to asphalt oxidation, resulting in a faded, brittle surface. This barrier provides a protection against UV rays, preserving the asphalt’s flexibility and preventing it from becoming brittle. Furthermore, the smooth and uniform surface created enhances the skid resistance of the pavement, improving the safety of both pedestrians and vehicles. Regular service from Mike George Paving & Sealcoating extends the life of the asphalt surface, reduces the need for costly repairs, and ultimately saves money in the long run. It is a proactive measure that ensures the longevity and performance of asphalt surfaces, allowing them to withstand heavy traffic and harsh weather conditions for years to come.
Sealcoat being applied to asphalt
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