The Truth About Seal Coating

The Truth About Seal CoatingSeal coating is transformative. It can restore a faded and damaged asphalt surface in just a few hours and make it look brand new once again.

What is Seal Coating?

Seal coating is a thin liquid layer that we can add to a surface such as asphalt. Asphalt can be damaged by UV rays, rain, snow, and fluids from vehicles if not appropriately protected. Seal coating is added as a preventative layer to protect from any potential damage. While it won’t protect against cracks or existing damage, it will prevent any further damage from occurring. Not only is it great as a preventative measure, but it also extends the life quality of asphalt.

Asphalt Preparation is Key For Seal Coating

You need to prepare your asphalt before it is seal coated. It’s important to remember that it isn’t a quick fix solution for damaged asphalt. But, instead, you should use it as a preventative measure. Before applying a new coating, you should sweep your asphalt surface while also looking for cracks and any damage. Use should repair any existing damages before any new coating is applied.

A Long-Term Investment

Think of it as an investment. If applied every 2-3 years, it will keep the asphalt in excellent condition for many years to come. This is great for homeowners wanting to increase curb appeal or business owners wishing to improve their front-of-store look and feel.

Seal Coating will Enhance Asphalt Performance, Aesthetics, and Longevity

Updating your coating protects your drive from external elements. Because of this, it enhances its performance, improves the curb appeal of a property, and makes your pavement last longer. Your driveway will restore the clean and brand-new appearance of your asphalt material, thus enhancing the look and feel of your property or commercial residence.

Seal coating is a phenomenal tool for any road or asphalt setting. We would recommend a new coating every 2-3 years to take full advantage of this protective measure. Your asphalt can last a lifetime with the right tools and preventative measures. Contact 410 Asphalt for more help with your project today!