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Sealcoating & Asphalt Services:
–Asphalt driveway sealcoating
-Parking lot sealcoating
-Hot crack filling
-Hot patch repair
-Drain/Catch basin repair
-Raise low spots and more…
We use a professional grade coal tar sealer (Fed Spec.RP-355E), with approximately 2.5lbs of silica sand per gallon. The sealer is applied using techniques which ensure a consistent application. This is an extremely clean process. There will be no splashing or footprint marks on or near your property.
PARKING LOT STRIPING
Parking lot striping is one of the most simplest, yet important services we provide. Clearly marked stalls, handicap spaces, and directional arrows, all make for a more efficient and problem-free parking lot.
ASPHALT CRACK FILLING
Crack fill, is a flexible material designed to seal joints and cracks against moisture. The crack fill is a rubberized compound that is heated to approximately 370-390 degrees. Once heated, it is poured into the crack or joint and pulled flat with a squeegee. As the material cools it bonds to each side of the asphalt, which prevents moisture from seeping in between the cracked area.
Deteriorated asphalt can be unsightly and lead to broken areas, crumbling and eventually holes within the pavement. This is a great opportunity to take advantage of the patching service we offer. Rather than paying high prices to replace the entire surface, you can patch only the areas in need. This allows you to save money, while still taking care of your pavement issues. We can patch all areas of your asphalt, as well as adding sidewalks, and raising areas to divert water. Low spots are a common problem as well. These areas can collect water and freeze in cold weather, resulting in a potentially slippery and dangerous situation. We can correct this problem by relaying asphalt in these areas. There are two different methods to choose from. One is a skin layover patch. This is when asphalt is laid directly over the problem area. A gas powered compactor packs the asphalt down to bond with the existing surface. These patches are tapered and then torched into the asphalt, so it not to leave an extreme difference in height. The second option is to remove the damaged area by saw cutting, then replace with new asphalt. This procedure is recommend for those areas with underlying issues that need to be removed, so the problem does not return. Regardless which repair method is used, it is most important to correct the issue before it becomes worse, as any hole and low area can be dangerous