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Important Questions to Ask a Sealcoating Company

Sealcoating is an important method of using chemical treatments to extend the life of paved surfaces such as driveways and parking lots. If you have to hire a sealcoating contractor, there's a good chance you've never done this before, so provided are a few questions and guidelines to keep in mind before you sign a contract with a sealcoating company.

  • Will the sealcoating be sprayed on or applied by a brush?
    Using a brush allows one to cover cracks and areas that may not be easily reachable through other methods. However, this can be a very time-consuming process, especially on roads and large blacktop lots. In this case, you may have to settle for spray-on coating, and if you do, ask how many coats will be sprayed on the concrete. Applying several coats can ensure even surface protection.

  • How long will the sealcoating treatment last?
    As a general rule, an asphalt concrete surface will require a new coat about every year or two, but it really depends on a variety of factors. A private driveway will sustain less wear and tear than a huge concrete parking lot. Also, the type of weather in your area will largely determine how often you need to have the asphalt's cracks filled and the holes patched up. An experienced professional versed in a range of paving materials can help advise you.

  • Does the company also perform line striping?
    Line striping is what they call the process of painting marks on blacktop to indicate parking spaces and to guide the flow of traffic. If you have just finished paving your parking lot, then you will probably need a line striping service. It may be more convenient if the same company can perform this function as well.
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    Prime Seal Coating
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    204 Watson St, Crewe, VA 23930
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    "i called them they came out gave me an est.. on driveway agreed to contract price and set an appointment they came out on the date clean and prep my drive and sealed it.. plus i got a 1 year warrenty driveway looks great ..."
    Toft Landscape & Sealcoat Write review for this local business
    Raleigh, NC 27601
    (919) 413-7524  
    Cavalier Sealcoating LLC Write review for this local business
    Raleigh, NC 27601
    (919) 829-5606  
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    5414 Chapel Hill Rd, Raleigh, NC 27607
    (919) 782-5740  
    Asphalt Enterprises Write review for this local business
    2701 Rowland Rd Ste 206, Raleigh, NC 27615
    (919) 878-5924  
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    1711 Stevens Chapel Rd, Smithfield, NC 27577
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    Louisburg, NC 27549
    (252) 478-6600  
    Asphalt Services of Goldsboro, LLC Write review for this local business
    1635 Pikeville Princeton Rd NW, Pikeville, NC 27863
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    Goldsboro, NC 27531
    (919) 734-3555  
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    1230 Hunters Trl, Hope Mills, NC 28348
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    (336) 379-8500  
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    (434) 432-2623  
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    Professionals who work in the sealcoating business usually have lots of experience laying concrete, asphalt, and blacktop. They are skilled in repair, crack filling, sealing, paving, and patching. They bring their many years of experience as contractors to the job. They may be specifically skilled as asphalt contractors, or they may have backgrounds in related fields such as roofing.

    Sealcoating contractors use a variety of equipment and materials in their jobs. They may offer services pertaining to sidewalks, driveways, concrete foundations, and roads. A mixture of asphalt and chemicals is used to sealcoat roadways, where a layer of material such as tar is applied.

    The sealcoating business is a popular one because companies are utilized by municipal, commercial, and residential customers alike. Roadways need to be in good condition for safety, especially main ones. A contractor in this industry may offer services such as cold patching, small hole repair, and asphalt crack repair.

    Contractors in this business should use a quality sealer, not overdiluted, which can lead to flaking and discoloring. Consumers who choose to go the DIY route should consult with home improvement store professionals on the best materials to conserve their blacktop, whether for a driveway or sidewalk.

    Related fields may include paving contractors, roofers, foundation repair professionals, brick layers, and masons. They may all offer sealcoating in one application or another. This method is desired by many home and business owners because of its ability to protect and act as a barrier.

    Contractors may work for themselves or as part of a large firm. Either way, quality services should be at the top of the list for customers.