Asphalt Sealcoating Services
Compare your parking lot to other parking lots in your area. Fresh sealcoat gives your asphalt a dark, rich look so if it’s faded and colorless, it is time to blacktop the surface with fresh sealer. Perhaps you have noticed that sand and debris are gathering in lower areas which would suggest that your asphalt is coming up which means you need more sealcoat protection. Another sign of deterioration is you start to see your parking lines fade as well as the development of oil spots. All of these signs point to the fact that your asphalt is starting to age. Sealcoating protects your asphalt from the harmful effects of heat, freeze/thaw, moisture, and UV rays.
While there are many ways to address deteriorating asphalt, our experts are here to be your guide and recommend the best application for you. Below, we highlight the common ways we fix asphalt parking lots, roads, and driveways.
What does sealcoat do for your asphalt:
- Protect from heat
- Protect from freeze / thaw
- Protect from moisture
- Protect from UV Rays
What are the signs that indicate you need sealcoat protection? After rain, if your lot dries quickly, it’s a sign that you have no sealcoat protection. As a result, the moisture is quickly absorbed beneath the surface. An important thing to keep in mind is that asphalt is created from quality crude oil. Therefore, it’s essential to maintain and have sealcoat protection on your parking lot. Visual signs can include small cracks and lines as well as a lack of sheer and luster of your parking lot surface. For an expert opinion, call Crocker Asphalt Services today at (704) 661-6134!