When it comes to pavement management, a crucial element is the sealcoating process. Sealcoating your asphalt will help protect it from oil, gas, salt, chemical seepage and from the intense Florida UV sunlight to extend the life of your pavement.
Sealcoating the pavement will delay the adverse effects of the harsh climate in South Florida. Consider seal coating having the same effects of sunscreen for your skin. Our process assures you the beautification of your pavement by creating an uninformed charcoal black top coat.
What is Sealcoating?
Sealcoating consists of applying emulsified asphalt mixture over the existing pavement to help shield it from damaging effects caused by environmental conditions. Pavement.net offers a heavy duty refined coal-tar sealant that meets ASTM D 5727-95 Standards and applied in a two coat process.
We recommend that you should sealcoat the asphalt at least one to three years depending on the amount of traffic on the surface. Fewer traffic areas would only need to be sealed less often than moderate to heavy traffic asphalt. When it comes to sealcoating asphalt, we suggest newly paved asphalt not to be sealed until after a year because it gives the asphalt time to be cured. The curing process on the pavement allows excess oil to diminish before putting on the sealcoat.
Our specialist’s primary goal when sealing the asphalt is to provide the best asphalt maintenance that will protect and enhance your property from parking lots to pavements.