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Asphalt Sealcoating

Asphalt Sealcoating

Asphalt is tough and durable, but if it isn’t maintained properly it will wear out. You can get up to twenty years extra life from your asphalt paving if you look after it. For a pretty minor outlay, maintenance is well worth the investment. 


Which Brings Us To Asphalt Sealcoating 

Sealcoating is your number one go-to when it comes to keeping your asphalt looking fresh and functioning right. 

Think of an asphalt sealcoat as an oil change for your car. For a small outlay, it keeps your investment functioning smoothly. 

It’s a cheap and easy project with instant benefits for your home or commercial property. 


What is Asphalt Sealcoating?

So, what is it exactly?

It’s a three-step process:

  1. Surface Preparation - The area is thoroughly cleaned of harmful chemicals and surface debris.
  2. Sealant Application - The surface is then covered with a fresh layer of surface asphalt 
  3. Site Assessment - The area is assessed for a secure bond and perfect finish. 


Why Not Just Wait And Get A Full Driveway Replacement?

To put it bluntly, cost! A full asphalt driveway replacement will cost you a lot more than sealcoating. Not to mention the fact that if you wait for potholes, cracks, fissures and crumbling to occur you’re also increasing the risk of vehicle damage or even injury. 


Why Choose The Woodlands Paving Pros?

A lot of contractors and handy-people claim to offer a quality sealcoating service. Few can deliver. It requires skill, dedicated equipment and the right materials to apply sealcoating properly. 

As asphalt paving specialists, The Woodlands Paving Pros are able to offer superior quality at an affordable cost. 

We also offer a free site appraisal along with a costing and construction plan, so you’ll know what you are getting!

If you’d like more information about our asphalt sealcoating service, just give us a call. We can guide you through your options so that you can make an informed decision. 

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