How is a sealcoat applied?
We utilize the latest spray system technology and brush squeegee applications. This depends on the condition, dimension, and square footage of the asphalt.
How long do I need to stay off the sealcoated driveway?
Time will vary. 48 hours is recommended, and 72 hours under humid conditions. Certain situations may require further drying time. This will ensure no accidental tracking or damage to the newly sealcoated driveway.
How long does it take to cure?
Under most conditions, it takes approximately 30 days to cure completely. It is recommended to use caution when turning the wheels of the vehicle when it
Will you get sealer anywhere other than the driveway?
No, the sealer will either be applied neatly by brush or sprayed using blocker boards to avoid overspray and splashing. We cut the perimeter of the driveway as an extra precaution.
How often should I seal the area?
We suggest that asphalt should be sealed every two years to maximize the protection and ensure the look and appearance of the asphalt.
How many coats will be applied?
Due to the viscosity and the application techniques one coat is sufficient for residential surfaces and two coats for commercial properties.
How long will the job take?
Usually one to two hours depending on the repairs, area, and difficulty.
Will rain wash away the sealer?
In just a couple of hours, the sealer should dry enough to prevent it from being washed away. If it does wash away, we will re-apply the sealer at no cost to you.
Will sealer fill in depressions?
No, a sealcoat is only a surface coating. This type of damages is usually due to a faulty sub base below the pavement surface.
When is the best time to sealcoat?
A sealcoat is best applied, weather permitting, from March to October. It is only recommended to be applied when the temperature is 50 degrees Fahrenheit