Asphalt Sealcoating

At Weaver’s Asphalt, we understand the importance of preserving your asphalt surfaces for years to come. That’s why we offer expert sealcoating services to protect your investment and maintain the integrity of your pavement.

What is Sealcoating?

Sealcoating is a protective layer applied to asphalt surfaces to shield them from the damaging effects of UV rays, water, oil, and other environmental elements. This preventative maintenance measure helps extend the lifespan of your pavement and keeps it looking fresh and new.

Benefits of Sealcoating:

  • Enhanced Durability: Sealcoating forms a protective barrier that shields your asphalt from oxidation, moisture penetration, and chemical spills, preventing cracks and deterioration.
  • Improved Appearance: A freshly sealcoated surface gives your pavement a rich, deep black color that enhances its curb appeal and makes a positive impression on visitors or customers.
  • Easier Maintenance: Sealcoating fills in small surface imperfections and makes your pavement easier to clean, reducing the accumulation of dirt, debris, and stains.
  • Cost Savings: Investing in sealcoating can save you money in the long run by extending the life of your pavement and reducing the need for costly repairs or replacements.

Our Sealcoating Process:

  • Surface Preparation: We begin by thoroughly cleaning the surface of your asphalt to remove dirt, debris, and vegetation. Any cracks or potholes are repaired before sealcoating to ensure a smooth and uniform finish.
  • Application: Our skilled technicians apply a high-quality sealant to the surface of your pavement using professional-grade equipment. We use meticulous techniques to ensure even coverage and a consistent finish.
  • Curing: Once applied, the sealant needs time to cure and bond with the asphalt surface. Depending on weather conditions, curing typically takes 24 to 48 hours, after which your pavement is ready for use.
  • Maintenance Recommendations: To maximize the longevity of your sealcoating, we provide you with maintenance recommendations, including avoiding harsh chemicals, regular cleaning, and periodic inspections.