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Winter Pavement Repairs: Don’t Wait Until Next Spring

Asphalt pavement is a considerable investment and one that you will want to protect. A plan that includes regular examination of your pavement combined with the pavement maintenance services below will extend the life of your pavement while minimizing expenses.

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Sealcoating is a pavement maintenance technique utilized by many commercial and industrial facilities, HOA communities as well as city, county, and state agencies to extend the life of their pavement surfaces.
Common signs of deterioration that indicate it’s time to consider sealcoating include cracks, raveling (loose rock appearing), or when your pavement turns from black to light gray.

Why Sealcoat?

 An affordable way to minimize daily wear and tear of traffic on your parking lot or roadway
Improves both curb appeal and property values
Provides an attractive slate-black color finish
Reduces Oxidation while waterproofing
Industrial Property managers and HOA boards appreciate the added lifespan that a sealcoat provides for the longevity for their properties.

▸ What Does Sealcoat Protect Against?

Sealcoat will help protect your asphalt from gasoline, oil, salt, water and ultraviolet rays.

▸ When & How To Apply Sealcoat

Sealcoating should be done by a professional paving company with a minimum of 50 five-star reviews
Apply sealcoating when your pavement is at least one year old
Re-evaluate each year thereafter – looking for signs of deterioration (cracking or raveling)
Should only be performed under the proper weather conditions – air and pavement temperature should be at least 55 degrees Fahrenheit (and rising) during sealcoat application and for 8 hours afterward

▸ How Long Does Sealcoating Take?

A large retail parking lot sealcoat application can be completed within one day.

▸ What Should You Expect After Your Application?

Keep traffic off the surface for 18 -36 hours to allow material to cure
Refrain from using sprinklers or any water for up to one week following a sealcoat application
Sealcoat lasts up to three years on pavement in great shape. Older asphalt may need to be resealed annually in order to delay larger repair work

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Cracks in your pavement need to be addressed as soon as possible. Open cracks indicate that water has seeped all the way down into your asphalt, so the base underneath is likely wet. Open cracks are formed by (you guessed it) freezing and thawing.
If done prior to pavement deterioration, crack-filling will be a sustainable first line of defense for protecting your pavement investment. 

Why Repair Pavement Cracks?

Reduce water infiltration and to reinforce the adjacent pavement
Mitigates potential safety (tripping) hazards and protects your employees, customers, or tenants
Extends your pavement life by years

How Are Pavement Cracks Repaired?
Routing and sealing pavement cracks can increase sealant life by over two-times that of non-routed and sealed cracks. But remember, there’s a right and wrong way to seal cracks. Check out the diagram to the right for more detail.

By routing the crack first and injecting the sealer into the routed reservoir, the sealant reaches the bottom to the top of the crack allowing the sealant to expand and contract through weather cycles — protecting the integrity of the crack repair.
If a crack is not routed, the sealer cannot penetrate the depths of the void. Instead, the sealer dissolves into the crack from the top to the bottom, leaving a crack at risk for future repairs.

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Lot markings are important for enhancing the curb appeal of your lot, maximizing the available space for parking, improving traffic flow, and adherence to municipal codes.
Properly laying out and striping a lot is both a science and an art, with the right paving partner and a well-defined plan, your parking lot lines can be vibrant once again!

Why Stripe Your Parking Lot?

Improves curb appeal
Provides residents, customers, and employees with a better experience/easier time using the lot
Visitors spend more time in your place of business and less time navigating through a confusing parking situation
Reduced Liability – Worn or faded lines can be difficult for some drivers to see; which could potentially result in accidents.  Visible, well-defined lines will lower your risk of these liabilities.
When To Stripe Your Parking Lot

When the current lines begin to fade it’s time to re-stripe
Lasts as long as two years in light traffic/mild weather climate. If is subjected to harsh weather conditions, it could potentially need to be re-striped every 1-2 years
Defined lines will lower your risk of these liabilities.

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General Questions About Pavement Maintenance

▸ When is it time to maintain my pavement?

With the harsh Midwest weather, asphalt deterioration can begin immediately after the hot mix asphalt is placed, meaning even in fair conditions, significant deterioration can begin to take place after the first couple of years. Common deterioration signs include cracks, raveling (loose rock appearing), or when your pavement turns from black to light gray.

▸ How long will new pavement last before I see wear and tear?

Extreme weather conditions, higher traffic volumes, and heavy loads are the main culprits leading toward pavement wear. In some instances, you’ll start to notice wear of the pavement within the first 12 months.

▸ How do I keep my parking lot from looking faded?

As pavement is exposed to air (oxygen), it loses its “freshness,” becoming more brittle and fading in color. A fresh sealcoat will restore the coal-black appearance of your parking lot.

▸ How Should I Choose A Pavement Maintenance Contractor?

We suggest that you read online reviews and ask for references as you evaluate your options. You should also ask to tour completed projects to see the quality of potential contractors’ work.

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