It is always a smart idea to have savings included in your business’s budget. We know budgeting for asphalt maintenance is of the utmost importance to facilities owners. While you should be setting aside a budget to maintain your pavement facilities, being prepared for emergencies is critical. The First Step- Evaluate Your Current Conditions Understanding… Read more »
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When it comes to the application of sealer, thicker is not better. Thick coats don’t cure evenly, are prone to tracking and can lead to surface cracks. A thicker coat takes longer to cure, which can lead to degradation and will reduce the life of your sealcoating project. A sure sign of a driveway that… Read more »
The graying is caused by sealcoating drying under less than ideal conditions, e.g. shaded areas, cooler temperatures, high humidity, etc. The problem is mostly temporary i.e. after a few days in full sun it will cure to its normal color. Temporary graying can also be eliminated through the use of specialty additive that helps sealcoating… Read more »
Peeling is caused by sealcoating not bonding to oil spots or any other surface contaminants like dirt, grease, etc. or oxidized pavements. Prior to sealcoating application, the pavement surface shall be thoroughly cleaned, oil spots be treated with an oil spot primer. And oxidized surface be primed either with a specialty primer or a thin… Read more »
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