Sealcoating in Southern Maryland
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What is Sealcoating?
This is the process of adding an extra layer of protection to your driveway or parking lot with a quality seal coat, which is a mixture of water; a liquid binder; and a solid like stone, gravel, or sand. This shields the surface from the damaging effects of water, sun rays, gasoline from vehicles, and more and keeps your pavement looking new for a longer period of time.
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The Benefits of Sealcoating
Maximizes Property Life
Sealant shields your driveway from harmful UV rays, harsh weather elements, and potential moisture damage. It acts like a blanket and keeps moisture out from under the pavement surface, slows down the oxidation process, and protects the binder from vehicle gasoline and oil marks.
Because it protects against varying elements and contaminants, a seal coat prevents discoloration of your pavement and keeps it looking new and clean.
Saves You Money
Driveway repairs can be expensive, so why not add a layer of protection with professional seal coating? This will slow down the effects of daily wear and tear on the surface and lower overall maintenance costs.
How We Sealcoat Driveways & Parking Lots
1. Inspect & Prepare the Surface
We begin by inspecting the pavement for potholes and cracking. All holes and cracks must be filled beforehand so we can apply the seal coat on a smooth, level surface. We also clean the pavement and remove dust, dirt, and other debris so that the seal coat adheres well to the asphalt.
2. Apply the Seal Coat
Next, we apply the seal coat in two coats with plenty of drying time in between.
3. Regularly Maintain the Pavement
We’d be happy to schedule routine care for your driveway. Sealcoating requires regular upkeep to ensure it continues providing the needed protection. Depending on the level of wear and tear your pavement endures and the climate in your area, we recommend sealcoating once every 1-3 years for optimal care.