CALL US TODAY: 1-800-DRIVEWAY

  Contact us for a FREE Job Quote

What are the benefits of sealcoating and a regular maintenance program?

By performing maintenance and sealcoating your asphalt property you will realize many benefits. To best protect and extend the life of your pavement we recommend setting up a regular maintenance plan. This will:

Prevent Oxidation
The sun’s ultraviolet rays harden and dry out asphalt pavement. This accelerates raveling and erosion and can reduce asphalt thickness in just a few years. A regular maintenance program with Driveway Sealing Call Frank will significantly slow this natural process.

Stop Weather Damage
Sealcoating when combined with crack sealing prevents the damaging effects of water penetration that occur over time. Regular crack sealing is the most effective way to prevent water infiltration and eliminate many costly repairs throughout the life of your pavement.

Beautify Your Pavement
Regular sealcoating restores the original black color to asphalt. Fresh parking lot lines enhance its appeal and provide a safe and orderly environment. The smooth even surface of sealed pavement makes sweeping, snow removal, and maintenance less costly.

Resist Gas, Oil & Salt
Pavement sealers and oil spot primers help your asphalt resist the highly damaging effects of gas, oil seepage and all other road chemicals – including alkalis and winter salts. Keep these damaging chemicals in check with Driveway Sealing Call Frank.

Increase Safety on the Property
A well maintained parking lot is sound and free of defects that cause accidents. It also protects you from liability in the event there is an accident on your property.

Our Clients [ view all ]

Our school and church parking lots were in serious need of repair. We have always heard of Frank’s great reputation and were not disappointed with the results. Our newly surfaced parking lot just made it through the worst winter on the books looking like the day Frank and his team finished the job.

St. James School, Stratford, CT

Contact Frank!