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Sealcoating by Rose Paving

All pavement, regardless of where it’s located, is subject to the damaging effects of water, weather, and standard wear and tear, causing the life of the parking lot to shorten. Sealcoating your lot can help extend the life of your parking lot and require less maintenance in the long run. Fortunately, Rose Paving’s nationwide team of pavement sealcoating experts is here to protect your pavement from the elements and consistent use.

If you’d like to learn more about the sealcoating process or see a sealcoating crew in action, we recommend you watch this video on sealcoating services from Rose Paving’s local Los Angeles team.

How Long Does Sealcoating Last?

A fresh application of sealcoat will protect a paved surface for three years depending on the state of the pavement when the sealcoat was applied. In other words, sealcoating lasts longer when applied to fresh paved surfaces.

How Much Does Sealcoating Cost?

The cost of sealcoating depends heavily on the price of materials and the size of the pavement structure. In any case, the best way to find the exact cost of a sealcoating project is to get in touch with a Rose Paving team member today.

When Should You Sealcoat?

Sealcoating is best applied when the surface and air temperatures are 50° or above for a period of 24 hours or more. Therefore, the optimal time of year to sealcoat paved surfaces is the late spring, summer and early autumn months.

In the Chicagoland area, for example, the paving season typically ends by mid-November. In warmer climates, like Florida or California, the sealcoating season can be extended into the winter months.

If you are reading this in the spring and summer months, then we recommend that you conduct a post-winter damage assessment to map out the areas of your pavement that require service, then call Rose Paving for a consultation.

As a nationwide team with offices near you, Rose Paving is well-versed in the optimal times to sealcoat any paved surface anywhere in the country no matter the time of year.

Why Choose Rose Paving For Seal Coating?

Sealcoating improves the integrity, longevity and aesthetic of any paved surface, but only if it’s done correctly. With more than 40+ years of experience as the premium paving contractor in North America, there is no one more prepared or better qualified to sealcoat your parking lot or any other asphalt surface.

Contact our dedicated sales team today to schedule a consultation. Whether you need a new layer of sealcoating, lot marking or a brand new parking lot, Rose Paving is your go-to expert on all things paving, asphalt, sealing coating and more.

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