Benefits Of Parking Lot Sealcoating

When working with asphalt pavement, cracks and potholes are unavoidable; nevertheless, failing to seal coat the facility’s asphalt pavement will result in increased cracking and potholes, limiting the pavement’s service life.Do you want to learn more? Visit Highlands Parking lot sealcoating

While freezing temperatures are rarely a concern in Florida, dry weather and freezing weather can cause asphalt pavement to deteriorate. Tree roots, car flow, diesel, tar, sand, and litter are all factors that cause asphalt to crack and deteriorate. Parking lots that are well-maintained, with frequent cleaning, crack sealing, pothole repair, and sealcoating, are more likely to outlast those that are left to “fend for themselves” against the weather.

The Advantages

Sealcoating has several advantages, including:

Reduce Maintenance Needs – Sealcoating reduces the need for asphalt fixes.

Weatherize – Sealcoating aids in the weatherization of asphalt and the prevention of weather destruction.

Limit Oxidation – Sealcoating stops asphalt from oxidising.

Enhanced Curb Appeal – Sealcoating enhances the appearance of asphalt paving.

Sealcoating makes asphalt more resistant to corrosion from coal, tar, and salt.

Consult the Experts

The majority of industrial establishments entrust their surface repairs to pavement contractors. They provide a variety of facilities, including crack filling, resurfacing, pothole repair, and other asphalt repairs. However, sealcoating is one of the most critical tasks that paving contractors do.

Sealcoating performed on a routine basis, in conjunction with crack filing and asphalt repair, will prolong pavement life beyond the point that the cost-benefit ratio of additional pavement life reaches the cost of performing the maintenance!

Your parking lots’ asphalt would be protected from diesel, gasoline, wind, and traffic wear if you use a correctly mounted, high-quality sealcoating system. Cracks in the asphalt will form whether it is not property seal coated or is not sealed at all, which can contribute to potholes. Most asphalt paving can be seal coated every two or three years, depending on the climate. Sealcoating can only be performed by a specialist paving and sealcoating firm for the optimum performance.

Sealcoating Costs Asphalt surface sealing costs are measured from more than just a square footage-based calculation. The cost of sealcoating is determined by a variety of factors, including the number of cracks to be patched, potholes to be covered, the number of coats used, and the amount of hand labour used. Request that the paving contractor visit your commercial building to inspect the region that needs to be sealed and provide you with a free estimate.