ASPHALT SEALING

Sealcoating, or asphalt sealing, refers to the process of applying a protective coat of liquid emulsion to your asphalt driveway or parking lot; it works much like sunscreen does to protect our skin. Sealcoating also provides an attractive dark black surface that offers many benefits at a very reasonable cost.

Here are just a few of the benefits:

  • Extends the lifespan of your pavement.

  • Reduces the drying effects of the sun.

  • Makes your asphalt look great for pennies per square foot.

  • Reduces auto-related chemical damage to your asphalt.

  • Hides repairs on asphalt such as patching and trenching.

  • Fills holes and cracks that allow water to penetrate your asphalts structure.

  • Makes traffic lines and markings more visible.

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Residential Driveway Sealing

At Discount Pothole and Sealing, we take pride in our ability to make your project go very smoothly; we make the process stress-free from start to finish.

 

Once your project has begun, work areas will be barricaded off with string and flagging tape for maximum visibility. Your driveway is vigorously cleaned using high powered blowers and wire brushes and brooms. All oil spots are scraped and then burned off before sealcoat is applied. If there are any cracks or damages, we can get those too! Once our crews complete your project, all that you will see is a freshly sealed and tidy driveway!

 

Parking lot Sealing

Sealcoating improves the appearance of asphalt pavements by providing a uniform black color.It will add to the beauty of your establishment and protect the surface against the elements of weather. If left untreated over time, the combined effects of sun, rain, ice, salt, gasoline and oil will eventually damage and destroy asphalt pavements.

Let Discount Pothole and Sealing show you how for just pennies on the dollar, you can bring the look of your parking lot back to life, while at the same time preventing expensive maintenance costs in the future!

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