Sealcoating – as part of a comprehensive pavement maintenance program – is one of the most important elements in extending pavement life. Sealcoating protects the asphalt from water penetration, oil, salt and the sun’s ultraviolet rays and provides a longer life of the asphalt pavement.
Whether you own a driveway or a parking lot, the original pavement investment is significant. So anything C&R Asphalt can do to slow the rate of deterioration improves the life cycle of the pavement and helps prevent future costs for repairs and replacements.
SEALCOATING PRICING OPTIONS
C & R Asphalt, LLC offers three different pricing levels with our proposals to meet every customer’s needs that varies based on the number of coats, mix ratios of sealer and type of sealers and sand content. When compared to other contractors, C & R works diligently to find the perfect fit of products and services that work best for our customers. Offering various pricing and package options differentiates us and allows our customers to have choices in the services they receive.
Contact us to learn more about our pricing options and how C & R Asphalt can best meet your project needs.
SEALCOATING APPLICATION PROCESS
The sealcoating application process includes many steps to ensure that the sealer performs at the highest level. Not only does the quality of the product and equipment used determine success, but also the knowledge and experience of the contractor applying the sealer. C & R Asphalt is one of the most experienced sealcoating contractors in central Kentucky.
The most important step in the sealcoating process is preparation, and C & R Asphalt takes this step extremely serious. If a job is not prepared properly, the sealer will not perform to its full capability.
- 1. To ensure the pavement is clean, we first use wire brooms and a high-speed blower to clear the surface from any debris.
- 2. Second, we clean and fill cracks with Neyra branded crackfill to ensure that the sealer can bond with the surface and that no water is able to penetrate down beneath.
- 3. Third, we apply the premium Brewer Co., either Brewer Cote or Poly-Cote, by hand around concrete and brick surfaces or next to structures to minimize any over spray.
The sealer needs to dry approximately 24 hours before allowing any traffic. If desired, striping is applied after the sealcoat is cured enough to walk on. The entire lot is then dry and opened for traffic depending on weather conditions.
Wire brooms and high speed blower to clean.
Crackfill w/low pressure machine or gravity fed machine
Hand brush around edges/sides adjacent to concrete/brick/garage door, etc.
Spraying sealcoat by wand
Truck spray bar installation