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Asphalt pavement is utilized in a variety of different applications because of its durability, cost-effectiveness, simplicity of construction and strength. It is the material of choice for parking lots, streets and driveways across the nation because asphalt withstands heavier loads and, when combined with proper asphalt maintenances, lasts for many years.
Sealcoating is one of the most important elements in preserving the life of your asphalt. A sealcoat, applied properly, will protect asphalt-paved surfaces against gasoline, oil, salt, water and ultra-violet rays. Sealcoating will make aged asphalt look new again and enhance the curb appeal of your property.
Crack filling is used as a first defense against pavement deterioration because it offers several important benefits. Effective crack filling keeps water from entering and weakening the base or sub-base. It helps preserve the pavement adjacent to the cracks; prevents sand, stone and dirt from making its way into open cracks causing compressive stresses; and extends pavement life by minimizing crack growth.
Proper attention to cracks will prevent problems from spreading and double the life of the pavement. Pavement repair in the early stages of deterioration will play big dividends later by delaying costly resurfacing.
Striping a newly paved parking lot is important for two main reasons—aesthetics and safety. The color contrast of a newly-striped lot is attractive and promotes a positive image of the property. More important, striping serves to direct people safely around the parking lot by designating drive lanes, fire lanes, ADA-accessible areas, crosswalks and parking spaces.