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Sealcoating

Benefits of Sealcoating

Sealcoating your asphalt driveway or parking lot adds protection for many years after application. Weather elements, chemicals, UV rays and many other things can cause your asphalt to crack and deteriorate. Small cracks can become big cracks and can lead to breaking or crumbling of your driveway or parking lot.

Sealcoating can seal small cracks before they become larger cracks. It can prevent water from seeping into the asphalt and causing oxidation to occur. Sealcoating provides a level of waterproofing on your asphalt to make it last longer. Covering small cracks with sealcoat keeps them from becoming larger cracks and prevents water from seeping into the base material.

Sealcoating your driveway or parking lot will keep it looking newer longer. Applying a fresh coat of a dark colored sealcoat to your driveway or parking lot provides the brand new look that you may have lost due to harmful UV rays or pollutants. From dirt to gas or oil leaks, your driveway or parking lot is at risk from all traffic.

Crack Fill

Super Seal offers many crack filling solutions for any size project.Asphalt maintenance goes beyond just sealcoating. A lot of damage to asphalt can occur with water intrusion through cracks in the asphalt. Crack filling is an essential application in addition to sealcoating for long term pavement protection.

Items such as FlexMaster are great when hot-applied equipment is not available and is ideal for crack filling up to 1/2-inch wide cracks. SealMaster Trowel Grade is suitable for cracks up to 1-inch wide.Your other options include hot-applied products for parking lots, roads & streets, and Federal-Specified applications. SealMasterĀ® carries hot pour crack sealants for both direct-fire machines and oil-jacketed equipment.

Call Super Seal of Virginia for your estimate today!
Super Seal of Virginia serves the states of Virginia and Maryland.