There seems to be some confusion out there about what asphalt repair and sealcoating really are. Despite what many believe, they are entirely different processes with primarily the same objective. Despite being different processes, they work together to create a flawless finish in your pavement and enhance its appearance.
Here is more information to help you better understand the differences of the two processes.
What is Asphalt Repair?
Asphalt repair refers to the application of either hot or cold asphalt mixtures to create a new pavement foundation in parking lots, driveways, and roads. Over time, cracks and potholes are inevitable due to wear and tear and environmental forces. Asphalt repair becomes necessary to fill the cracks and repair the holes so that further erosion and damage can be avoided. Asphalt surfaces can be rejuvenated back to their original state. Your driveway or parking lot will not only function better, but it will look great too!
What is Sealcoating?
The primary purpose of sealcoating is to act as a protective barrier between the pavement and a variety of environmental forces that can cause damage to your asphalt surfaces. It is a layer of liquid that can protect your pavement from water damage, harsh UV rays from the sun, heavy rainfall, and vehicle damage. Sealcoating can increase the lifespan of your driveway or parking lot by 10 to 20 years and should be an integral part of your overall asphalt maintenance plan.
Asphalt repair and sealcoating are different processes that work together to create a long-lasting driveway or parking lot that has great curb appeal. Collett Sealcoating provides quality asphalt repair and sealcoating services for both the residential and commercial market.