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Cracksealing Facts: 8 Things You Didn’t Know…

This new series brings you surprising bits of trivia about our service lines.  Here is a collection of fun facts you may not have known about cracksealing.

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  • It is sticky.
  • Crackseal can be black or gray in color.
  • It can be applied to cracks measuring 1/4-inch to 1-inch in width.
  • It is used to extend the life of asphalt by preventing water to the sub-base.
  • Crackseal is the most cost-effective way to maintain your asphalt.
  • It can be applied day or night, so as to not interrupt the flow of traffic.
  • In the last 10 years, Rose Paving has cracksealed an average of 13.2 million linear feet, which is the equivalent of sealing one continuous crack from San Francisco, CA to Washington, D.C.


About Jessica Bordelon
Jessica Bordelon

Manage marketing, advertising, public relations, and corporate events for Rose Paving. Specialties: Marketing Leadership, Strategic Planning, Desktop Publishing, Web Design, Copywriting/Editing, Event Planning, Budgeting, Public Relations, Market Research

4 thoughts on “Cracksealing Facts: 8 Things You Didn’t Know…

  1. Good article concerning crackfill. Keep up the good work.

  2. Jessica Bordelon Utah Asphalt says:

    Sealing cracks in your pavement saves you money by helping you to avoid more costly repairs.

    1. Jessica Bordelon kblatchley says:

      Absolutely; it is the most cost-effective way to maintain your asphalt! Thanks for visiting our blog.

  3. Great blog posts. A lot of companies can learn a lot from your posts!

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