Restoring Asphalt During Raining Season

As the rainy season ends, it’s important to evaluate the state of your asphalt lots. Water and moisture can harm asphalt surfaces, causing damage and expensive repairs. Thankfully, there’s a solution that can protect your investment and prolong the life of your pavement: seal coating.

Seal coating is a protective layer applied to asphalt surfaces to shield them from water, UV rays, oil spills, and other environmental factors. It’s made up of a blend of asphalt emulsion, water, mineral fillers, and additives, which are evenly spread over the surface to create a barrier.

Seal coating has many advantages that can help maintain the quality of pavement. It acts as a protective layer that prevents water from penetrating the asphalt, which can lead to the formation of cracks, potholes and other types of damage. It also acts as a barrier against harmful UV rays, preventing the asphalt from becoming brittle and prone to cracking. Additionally, seal coating enhances the overall appearance of the pavement by giving it a fresh, black look and preventing oxidation, which keeps the asphalt looking new for longer. Regular seal coating can extend the lifespan of asphalt and reduce the need for costly repairs, making it a cost-effective maintenance choice. To begin the seal coating process, reach out to a reputable company like Anderson for a quote. Their estimator will assess your pavement’s condition and recommend the appropriate seal coating solution. With Anderson’s expertise, you can protect your pavement from water damage and ensure its longevity. Don’t delay—invest in seal coating today to safeguard your asphalt lots for the future.