Q - What is seal coating?
Seal coating is a emulsion designed to protect an asphalt surface from moisture, oxidation as well as oil and gas drippings.

Q - How long do I have to stay off it after you are done?
The manufacturer recommends a 24hr cure time before opening to traffic.

Q - Should a newly paved parking lot be seal coated?
A new parking lot should be sealed 12 months after constructed and any lot older than that as soon as possible. It will also need to be resealed every 2 to 3 years depending on the amount of traffic on the surface.

Q - What is your square foot price?
The square foot price varies greatly, depending on the size, location, and scope of work needing to be done. Call to arrange a FREE estimate (877) 298-0050 or (330) 240-2255 or contact us here.

Q - When should a parking lot be seal coated?
Sealing is effective to renew old asphalt surfaces that have become dry and brittle with age, to seal small surface cracks and to inhibit raveling (loss of surface aggregate). So, sealing should be done as soon as any of these distresses are noted.( Pot hole, base failure, depressions, alligator cracks, dry surface, surface cracking, or edge cracks.)

Q - How long will a sealed lot last?
If an asphalt lot is sealed soon after construction and re-sealed every 2 to 3 years, we have seen lots that have lasted over 30 years with no major problems.

Q - What is the price difference between seal coating and asphalt?
Seal coating is approximately 10% of the cost of new asphalt.

Q - What is the best time of year to seal a lot?
Because seal coat is water based, the summer is by far the best time. However, seal coat can be applied during other season as long as the temperature is not below 50 degrees.