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Why Seal Cracks?

Pavement is a costly investment. Just as you would seal leaks in the roof of your building you should seal cracks in your pavement. Water infiltration through cracks causes deterioation of the pavement and substructure. Untreated cracks propagate and multiply.  The result is expensive repairs and reconstruction.

50% Longer Sealant Life

Random cracks stay sealed 50% longer when they are routed and sealed with a quality sealant.

Why Sealcoat?

The Asphalt Institute recognizes the value of sealcoating: “If one does not seal, fine hairline cracks appear in the pavement’s surface… and this is this is the start of a maintenance problem… By sealing, we then extend the life of the pavement… If one seals immediately, and providing other variables that lead to pavement failure do not come into play, you should be able to extend the pavement life almost indefinitely.”

Pavement PIcs

New asphalt
pavements
seem dense
and
indestructible,
but they are
rather porous
and they
begin to
deteriorate
rapidly.
The sun
oxidizes asphalt
pavement,
hardening the
binder that holds
the pavement
together. The
pavement
becomes brittle
and begins to
crack.
Water enters
the cracks.
The expansion
and
contraction of
the water
during freezethaw
cycles
enlarges the
cracks.
Water seeps
through the
surface,
softening the
base and the
sub-base. The
pavement
buckles and
separates
under heavy
loads.


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