Asphalt Sealcoating Overview
Sealcoating is the process of applying a thin coat of sealer to asphalt that replenishes the binder lost through weathering and aging. Asphalt sealer provides a barrier to moisture intrusion as well as uv rays, chemicals, and salt.
A regularly scheduled sealcoating program will more than double the life of asphalt.
It is important to implement a maintenance program that utilizes sealcoating to extend the life of your parking lot or driveway. Sealcoating will provide a layer of protection blocking out harmful intrusions such as water, oils, and U.V. damage. Instead of having to pay thousands of dollars for new pavement, it is more cost effective to spend only pennies on the dollar per square foot to maintain.
Asphalt Sealcoating & Pavement Preservation
Asphalt pavement is mostly rock and/or stone and gravel, along with a binder called asphalt cement. Maintaining this binder is essential to preserve the service life of asphalt surfaces. Rain, U.V. rays, and chemicals will degrade the binder and begin breaking down the asphalt. Over time, this will cause the asphalt surface that turns brittle. So, the purpose of asphalt sealcoating is to protect the asphalt pavement and to beautify at the same time. The earlier an asphalt sealer can be applied in the life cycle of asphalt the better.
Serving the Lake Norman area since 2016
Toste Construction Inc. was founded 1976 in Grover Beach, California. In 2016 the founder of Toste Construction Inc, - California expanded to North Carolina under local ownership.
Locally owned and operated, Toste Construction Inc. - North Carolina is a Mooresville asphalt sealcoating and pavement maintenance company. Our services include asphalt sealcoating, striping, patching, pothole repair, crack filling, paving, grading, and drainage repair for both residential and commercial projects throughout Lake Norman and western North Carolina.
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