Sealcoating

Sealcoating and Crack Filling Commercial and Municipal Parking Lots and Residential Driveways

Asphalt Sealcoating and Crack Filling

When left to the harsh Michigan elements, your asphalt pavement will deteriorate rapidly. Sealcoating and crack filling are two preventative maintenance services that should be performed routinely to prevent premature deterioration.

Superior Asphalt, Inc. specializes in residential, commercial, and municipal asphalt maintenance. We have become known in the West Michigan area as the leading driveway and parking lot sealcoating and crack fill experts. Our experienced teams are fully licensed and insured, so you can be certain you will receive the best professional service to have the job done right the first time.

The Benefits of seal coating and crack filling asphalt pavement include:

  • Reduces long term repair costs
  • Accelerates the melting of snow and ice on the pavement surface
  • Protects your pavement from oxidation, oil, and chemical spills
  • Protects against water penetration, rain, frost, and snow damage
  • Enhances the appearance of your building and landscape
  • Prolongs pavement life, safeguarding your investment
  • Keeps your family and customers safe from slips and falls

The Importance of Sealcoating

Sealcoating your asphalt helps protect its surface from weathering factors such as oxidation from the sun, damage from petroleum products, moisture caused by precipitation, and the adverse effects of freeze-thaw cycles.

Routine seal coating can stave off deterioration and prolong the life of your asphalt pavement, therefore saving you hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of dollars in repair, maintenance, and resurfacing costs over the life of your pavement. Sealcoating should be applied one year after an asphalt driveway or parking lot is construction and then every two to three years, depending on wear and tear.

To prevent water intrusion into the underlying layers of the pavement structure and, consequently, prevent the further weakening of the pavement.

The pavement expands and contracts with temperature changes to prevent incompressible materials from entering the crack and causing further deterioration.

Any crack will allow moisture penetration into the sub-base, so they should all be treated.
We believe Cracks narrower than 3/8 inch should not be filled because there isn’t sufficient space for the filler to penetrate and adhere to the inner sidewalls.

Extensive cracking or “alligatoring” should be patched, not filled.

The sooner, the better. At the very least, within one or two seasons after they appear. Water intrusion should be avoided to maintain the structural integrity of your asphalt surface.

Talk to a Sealcoating and Crack Filling Expert

For more information about routine pavement maintenance services, sealcoating, and crack filling throughout West Michigan, request a FREE estimate online today! Or call us directly.