Seal Coating

Seal Coating is a method of preserving asphalt paving. Not only does it give the dark black appearance back to asphalt but, it fills in rock pockets of the surface which prevents surface raveling.

To preserve your new asphalt surface, it is advisable to seal coat it after it has been paved. Seal coating too soon, however, may cause damage to the new asphalt surface.

Seal-Slurry Coating

Slurry-coating is recommended when a little more than sealer is required but the pavement is not in need of resurfacing with new asphalt. Slurry-Sealer contains silica sand (50-70 mesh) for traction and uniform textured appearance.

When to seal coat:

  • 3-12 months after it has been paved
  • …and every 2-3 years thereafter

Seal Coating Benefits:

  • Greatly extends the life of asphalt pavements
  • Outstanding toughness and flexibility
  • Beautifies and keeps pavement looking like new
  • Saves money in regular maintenance costs
  • Prevents water penetration
  • Resists gas, oil, salt and petrochemicals
  • Stops oxidation from UV rays
  • Protects Against Shrinkage Of Pavement
  • Easy to clean, stripe and maintain

Pavement Sealer is applied by hand on smaller areas and by machine on larger projects. Seal Coating can be done 7 days a week with Sunday becoming very popular for industrial applications.

We use only proven products like STAR SEAL Asphalt Pavement Sealer which is certified to meet and/or exceed Federal Government Specifications ASTM D 5727-00 formerly RP-355e (GSA-FSS), properly diluted to provide correct application consistency for maximum effectiveness.

Be sure to use a reputable company like Big D Paving and get the job done right the first time!