Managing Your Pavement
ABC Asphalt provides sealcoating throughout the Denver Metro. Asphalt sealcoating is one of the key factors in proper concrete and asphalt maintenance. It protects pavement surfaces against a variety of damaging components such as salt, water, gasoline, oil, and UV rays. Sealcoating is essential to prevent premature repairs to your asphalt, as the protective barrier is key to protecting the integrity of the paved surface. It’s recommended that you sealcoat parking lots, roadways, and driveways every two to four years. The procedure is low-cost and can be done incredibly efficiently so none of your paved surfaces remain out of commission for excessive lengths of time. The sealcoating contractors at ABC Asphalt will work with you to better understand the scope of your project and determine the best course of action for maintaining the quality of your pavement.
Is it Time to Sealcoat?
If the pavement in question has started to look a little too unruly, it may be time to investigate a potential solution by the experts at Denver’s ABC Asphalt. Sealcoating works in much the same way as applying a fresh coat of paint to a building; it prevents wear and tear and protects against a variety of damaging forces. The catch is that sealcoating doesn’t last nearly as long as a paint job on a house. However, since it’s inexpensive and relatively simple, sealcoating is typically the most-cost effective method of asphalt maintenance. It’s also a preventative measure that can help you avoid any cost and labor-intensive repairs down the road. You’ll have to avoid driving on the freshly-sealed pavement for approximately 24 hours (depending on weather conditions) to allow it to cure properly. Not only does the process extend the lifetime of your paved surfaces, it greatly improves the appearance and helps the asphalt retain a cleaner, newer look.