Parking lot sealcoating is an incredibly important aspect of protecting your investment in a parking lot. It ensures it lives a long, healthy life and protects it from natural elements, as well as cars and shoes. Essentially, sealcoating your parking lot is a must-do. It protects your parking lot and makes it look nicer than a lot that isn’t sealcoated.
The biggest thing when it comes to commercial sealcoating is that it's part of the Asphalt Maintenance plan. Sealcoating will extend the life of the parking lot, reducing the total cost of ownership. To put that into simpler words, sealcoating your parking lot will make your parking lot live much longer, meaning it saves a significant amount of money in the long run. It also reduces the chances of damaged asphalt, meaning less chance for liabilities.
When you work with us, you should expect the highest possible quality work, the best customer service, and a job well done overall. Specifically, our company offers to you an incredibly flexible schedule in order to minimize the impact on you, your employees, and your customers. We would be glad and willing to work around your schedule. We’re available to work every day of the week, including weekend days. We also offer plans to work over a period of agreed-upon time while focusing on specific sections at a time. The smartest move would be to partner with us so we can discuss what the best plan is for you.
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Sealcoating does a couple of things:
FYI: Cracks in asphalt allow water to penetrate into the base material. If too much water gets into the base, it can become malleable causing the asphalt to fail (potholes). Also, this is amplified in cold climates when water in the base freeze and thaws (freeze, thaw cycle). When the base freezes, it can push or shift the asphalt causing more issues. This being said, you want to sealcoat to minimize the chances of potholes and moving asphalt.
While ultimately it is up to you to decide how often your parking lot will be sealcoated, our educated suggestion for how often a parking lot should be sealcoated… actually depends on what your parking lot is centered around. High traffic areas, like retail, fast foods, and the like should be sealcoated more often. These high-traffic areas should be sealcoated once every 24-36 months. When it comes to low traffic areas, like office buildings, apartment complexes, and the like, they should be sealcoated once every 36-48 months.
To simplify it, high traffic areas should be sealcoated once every 2-3 years. Low traffic areas should be sealcoated once every 3-4 years.
Our team will ensure that your parking lot looks clean and brand new and lasts a long, long time with our sealcoating services. We’ll make sure that your lot is safe, looks nice, and be tough to damage. Our services offered are some of the best you’ll find in the city of Tampa, Florida. Our work will be of some of the highest quality available, while not hurting your budget in the process.