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Asphalt Sealcoating

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Being proactive is the best way to maintain a true and even paved asphalt surface. This can be beneficial for your home or business, as it can help maintain the look you want and can mitigate a range of other problems. 

Getting your asphalt surface sealcoated is a great way to get on the front foot.

Sealcoating can prevent natural wear and tear to asphalt surfaces, providing long-lasting protection against the elements. This means less maintenance cost for you, along with a safe and attractive surface which is a pothole, crack and UV damage resistant. 

 

What is Sealcoating?

Asphalt sealcoating is a process that involves the application of a thin layer of asphalt and polymer over your existing asphalt surface. This fills in any cracks, pot holes or other unevenness in the surface and rejuvenates the look and feel of your asphalt paving.

 

Wear and Tear

Although asphalt durability is well documented, this doesn’t mean it doesn’t deteriorate over time. Asphalt surfaces can experience general wear and tear owing to a number of factors, including exposure to the elements. 

This wear and tear can be quickly reversed, however, with our sealcoating process. This ensures your surface remains true and that maintenance costs are minimal. Although wear and tear might be inevitable, it can be undone with our help, so you can maintain the surface you want.

 

Why Consider Asphalt Sealcoating?

Quite simply, it's one of the most cost-effective and reliable forms of preventative maintenance you can carry out. Paving is a significant investment. Asphalt sealcoating protects that investment. 

At the end of the day, sealcoating will save you money and hassle. 

If you’d like to learn more about asphalt preventative maintenance or to schedule a free site inspection to determine whether asphalt sealcoating is a viable option for your home or business, just give Irving Paving Pros a call. 

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