Sealcoat is designed to protect asphalt from the damaging effects of the environment including moisture and ultraviolet oxidation. Sealcoat also minimizes raveling (loss of aggregate) and fills minor voids in the surface. Other benefits of sealcoating include creating a uniform color and appearance for all paved surfaces and increases the visibility of curbing.

In order to reduce long-term maintenance expenses, industry experts recommend that pavement be sealcoated on a routine basis depending on traffic and overall condition. Pavement that exhibits extensive cracking, base failures, or severe surface raveling will not benefit significantly from sealcoating. Replacement of these types of surfaces should be considered.

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Applebees Before - After

Sealcoating Pavement


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