*Winter Services available for sign installation, wheel stops and pavement striping when weather permits.

Why Sealcoat?

Resist Gas and Oil Drippings

Sealcoating protects surfaces against damage from gas, oil, salt, and chemicals, which can weaken the pavement's strength and will eventually destroy it.

Eliminates Weather Damage

Sealcoating helps seal against moisture accumulation in asphalt surfaces to prevent damage from the effects of the "freeze-thaw" cycle.

Prevents Oxidation

Sealcoating shields against the "drying" action of the sun by forming a tough, protective outer skin limiting and/or preventing allegation.

Beautifies Pavements

Sealcoating has a charcoal black color which gives asphalt a rich, new-look appearance. Silica sand and a rubber additive are always added to the seal increasing wear and traction.

Sealcoating and Your Investment

Sealcoating is common sense insurance for asphalt paved areas. Preventative maintenance is more economical than expensive repairs and replacement. Regular maintenance of your asphalt pavement ensures it will last longer and look newer. This will help ensure a positive images for your company or residential complex.

Hot Rubber Crackfilling

Hot rubber crackfilling corrects areas where cracks have formed. Crack filling protects asphalt from water damage. If left untreated, water travels into the pavement, can freeze, and thaw causing premature aging of the pavement. Cracks are always routed prior to the application of sealant(crackfill). This step insures that the sealant penetrates below the surface of the pavement and allows it to adhere to the side walls of the channel created by the router. By using this method, the life expactancy of the filler can be 5 years or more on the average.

If a crack is not routed only compressed air to blow loose material from the crack is used. The sealant is applied directly to the top of the crack. Life expectancy of this procedure is only 0-1 year on average. Once sealant has been applied to a non-routed crack, it can not be routed in the future as the cutter head on the router becomes "gummed-up" from the previously applied sealant.

DeMarr Sealcoating's practice is to always route cracks prior to applying sealant.

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