Cities in Broward County: Andytown, Arlington Park, Barwal, Bay Harbor, Beverley Beach, Birch Ocean Front, Bonnie Loch, Boulevard Gardens, Breezeswept Park Estates, Brentwood Estates, Broadview, Broadview Park, Broward Estates, Broward Gardens, Broward Highlands, Browardale, Carver Heights, Carver Ranches, Carver Village, Chula Vista Isles, Coconut Creek, Coconut Creek Park, College Park, Collier Park, Cooper City, Coral Estates, Coral Heights, Coral Hills, Coral Manor, Coral Ridge Isles, Coral Springs, Coral Woods, Country Club Isles, Crystal Lake, Cypress Harbor, Cypress Isles Estates, Dania Beach, Davie, Deerfield Beach, Driftwood Acres, East Gate Park, Eastway Park, Fair Gate, Fairlawn, Fern Crest Village, Flamingo Village, Floresta Estates, Fort Lauderdale, Franklin Park, Garden Isles, Golden Isles, Golf Estates, Hacienda Village, Hallandale Beach, Hammondville, Harbor Beach, Harbor Heights, Harbor Village, High Ridge Estates, Hillsboro Beach, Hillsboro Pines, Hillsboro Ranches, Hollywood, Hollywood Beach Gardens, Hollywood Ridge Farms, Imperial Point, Jenada Isles, Jessie Willies, Kendall Green, Lake Forest, Lakeview, Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Lauderhill, Lazy Lake, Leisureville, Lighthouse Point, Little Harbor on the Hillsboro, Loch Lomond, Margate, Margate Estates, Melrose Park, Miami Gardens, Middle River, Middle River Manor, Middle River Vista, Miramar, North Andrews Gardens, North Bal Harbor, North Lauderdale, North Pompano Beach, Nurmi Isles, Oak Point, Oakland Park, Ocean Vue, Palm Aire, Park Haven, Parkland, Pembroke Park, Pembroke Pines, Pine Island Ridge, Plantation, Plantation Gardens, Plantation Isles, Plantation Park, Playland Estates, Playland Isles, Playland Village, Pompano Beach, Pompano Beach Highlands, Pompano Estates, Pompano Isles, Pompano Park, Port Everglades, Port Everglades Junction, Port Laudania, Ravenswood Estates, Rio Vista Isles, , Riverland, Rock Island, Rock Island Village, Ro-Len Lake Gardens, Rolling Oaks, Roosevelt Gardens, Royal Palm Isles, Royal Palm Ranches, Royal Palms Park, Sabal Palms Estates, Saint George, Sanders Park, Santa Barbara Shores, Sea Ranch Lakes, Shorewood, Silver Shores, Soroka Shores, Southwest Ranches, Sun Swept Isles, Sunrise, Sunrise Heights, Sunrise Key, Sunshine Acres, Sunshine Park, Sunshine Ranches, Tamarac, Tedder, Terra Mar, The Cove, Twin Lakes, Utopia, Village Park, Washington Park, West Deerfield Beach, West Dixie Bend, West Hollywood, West Park, Westgate Lake Manor, Weston, Wilton Manors, Woodsetter North
Cities in Miami Dade County: Aladdin City, Alameda, Allapattah, Andover, Andover Golf Estates, Andover Lakes Estates, Atlantic Heights, Aventura, Bal Harbour, Bay Harbor Islands, Bay Heights, Bayshore, Biscayne Gardens, Biscayne Park, Brickell Hammock, Brownsville, Buena Vista, Bunche Park, Carol City, Coconut Grove, Coopertown, Coral Gables, Coral Terrace, Coral Way Village, Country Club, Country Walk, Cutler, Cutler Bay, Cutler Ridge, Deering Bay, Doral, East Perrine, Eastern Shores, Edison Center, El Portal, Fisher Island, Flagami, Florida City, Fortymile Bend, Fountainebleau, Franjo, Frog City, Gables by the Sea, Gables Estates, Gladeview, Glenvar Heights, Glenwood Heights, Golden Beach, Golden Glades, Goulds, Green-Mar Acres, Hawley Heights, Hialeah, Hialeah Estates, Hialeah Gardens, Highland Lakes, Homestead, , Howard, Indian Creek Village, Inlikita, Islandia, Isle of Normandy, Ives Estates, Kendale Lakes, Kendall, Key Biscayne, Keystone Islands, Kings Bay, Lake Lucerne, Lakes by the Bay, Leisure City, Lemon City, Liberty Square, Lindgren, Lindgren Acres, Little River, Ludlam, Mart Law Seminole Village, Medley, Miami, Miami Beach, Miami Gardens, Miami Lakes, Miami Shores, Miami Springs, Mitchell Lake Estates, Modello, Naranja, Norland, Normandy Shores, North Bay Village, North Miami, North Miami Beach, Ocean View Heights, Ojus, Olympia Heights,Opa-locka, Palm Springs Estates, Palmetto Bay, Palmetto Estates, Pennsuco, Perrine, Peters, Pinecrest, , Pinewood, Pinewood Park, Princeton, Redland, Richmond Heights, Rockdale, Saga Bay, San Souci Estates, Scott Lake, Shenandoah, Silver Bluff Estates, Silver Palm, South Allapattah, South Bay Estates, South Miami, South Miami Heights, Sunny Isles Beach, Sunrise Harbor, Sunset, Sunset Corners, Sun-Tan Village, Surfside, Sweetwater, , Tamiami, The Crossings,The Hammocks, The Pines, Three Lakes, Town Park Estates, University Park, Vanderbilt Park, Virginia Gardens, West Little River, West Miami,
West Perrine, Westchester, Westview, Westwood Lake
Why Seal Coat Your Asphalt ?
Sealcoating your asphalt is important for several reasons.
Seal coating pavement will prolong its life. Why? There are a number of reasons. To understand them, it is important to realize that asphalt is a combination of sand, stones and liquid asphalt cement which is ultimately affected by the elements and external contaminates.
Sun, Salt & Water Exposure. Through time, the sun, salt and water exposure will cause the asphalt cement to evaporate. This will cause the asphalt to turn gray in color. This gray color indicates pavement that has too much sand and stone compared to the amount of asphalt cement. It has usually started to harden at this point and can become brittle. If left untreated, issues like frost or excessive heat (causing the pavement to swell with heat, and contract when it cools) will cause movement, eventually causing cracking. Properly applied seal coating will minimize, if not completely eliminate, the damage done by sun, salt & water.
Sealcoating prevents oxidation. Exposure to the environment causes a natural oxidation and drying of asphalt. This is a good thing during the first 6-12 months because it makes the asphalt become more firm. After the first year, the oxidation starts to harden the pavement. This leads to a loss of flexibility (hardening) resulting in a brittle surface that eventually cracks. Cracks in the pavement enable oxygen and rainwater to penetrate the pavement, often into the subbase, weakening it and reducing the pavement's strength. Sealcoating protects the surface and fills surface voids, reducing pavement's exposure to oxygen and water and extending pavement life.
Sealcoating resists ultraviolet rays. By breaking down the links between the carbon bonds in the asphalt, ultraviolet rays cause pavement to deteriorate and crumble. Regularly applied sealcoat helps to prevent ultraviolet rays from penetrating the pavement.
Sealcoating resists oil and gas spills. This is especially important on driveways where cars are parked or worked on. Oil and gasoline soften asphalt. Our professional-grade sealer contains additives that enable it to resist any such leaks. By filling surface voids, sealcoating also reduces the depth to which oil or gas can penetrate the pavement.
Sealcoating and asphalt cracking. Hardened or brittle asphalt eventually cracks. Cracks in the pavement enable oxygen and rainwater to penetrate the pavement, often into the subbase, weakening it and reducing the pavement's strength. Sealcoating protects the surface and fills surface voids, reducing pavement's exposure to oxygen and water and extending pavement life.
Sealcoating enhances pavement appearance and eases maintenance. Sealcoating brings back the dark black color of the original pavement, making it look and wear like new. Sealcoated pavement is also easier to clean and maintain. Because sealcoat fills surface voids, a sealcoated surface is much smoother. And a smoother surface is easier to sweep, wash and maintain.