Sealcoat and Crackfill

Spraying sealcoat

Spraying sealcoat

Sealcoat will save you money long term by ensuring the surface longevity, preserving the asphalt, and beautifying your paved area.  Asphalt sealcoating creates a layer of protective surface for your asphalt parking lot of driveway.

Your pavement will withstand the harsh elements and chemical spills from automobiles.

Sealcoating an asphalt parking lot or driveway

When sealcoat is applied to your asphalt driveway or parking lot, it blocks the sun’s ultra-violet rays, prevents water damage, keeps road salts out, and many other stressors common with asphalt pavement.

Sealcoating is an economical investment in your asphalt parking lot or driveway
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Crackfilling a driveway or parking lot

Alligator cracks below-not filled

Alligator cracks below-not filled

Cracks are a major factor in driveway and parking lot deterioration. C&R Asphalt offers a crackfilling service to fill those ugly and destructive cracks that will cause pavement alligatoring that leads to asphalt damage.

Using a hot pour crackfill pot we apply heat to ensure driveway or parking lot durability with long lasting results.

Any cracks are inspected and cleaned before applying the hot pour crackfill.  This allows expansion and contraction of the asphalt ensuring water does cannot get under the surface.

Crackfill your driveway or parking, a preventive maintenance service for asphalt
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Sealcoating Specifications

All work areas subject to traffic will be barricaded by: barricades, caution tape and/or traffic cones. The barricaded pavement will then be cleaned by power blowers, scrapers, and wire brooms. This will free the lot of all foliage, dirt, and debris.

Sealcoat and Crackfill Parking LotAll oil spots will be primed with Petro Seal. Excessive spills will be absorbed prior to priming. Oil spots are a difficult subject to deal with in the pavement maintenance industry.

We will do everything the technology of the industry has to offer. 

However, we can make no long term guarantee that sealer will stick to these areas. The success rate is not 100%, unless these areas are infrared patched. This process burns the oils off and gives the asphalt a new surface. Any contractor who makes you this promise is simply not being honest with you.