Frequently Asked Questions

Q
Our parking lot has a few deteriorated areas, but otherwise looks good.
A
You could repair the deteriorated areas, fill any surrounding cracks to prohibit water infiltration, then sealcoat and restripe to get back your original rich color.
Q
We have patched and sealed our lot year after year, and it still has several holes after the winter months. It now has numerous patches, is irregular and bumpy.
A
Your lot may look presentable after it is sealed, but sealer does not last long on bad blacktop. We would recommend a complete 2” overlay of new blacktop. If only the high traffic areas (roadways) are in need of repaving, a cost-effective alternative would be to repave these areas, seal and restripe, providing a sound pavement with uniform appearance.
Q
Our lot was sealcoated last year, is in good shape, but doesn’t have the real bright look like it did when it was first sealed.
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Many times you may be able to just restripe your existing striping pattern to brighten your parking lot.
Q
When our parking lot was repaved last year, it had a very appealing black finish, it is now grey.
A
Blacktop starts to oxidize as soon as it is installed. It will eventually turn into a lighter color. The most economical way to maintain the black color is to sealcoat.
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