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Does Your Driveway Need Sealcoating?

Your driveway succumbs to wear and tear over time due to prolonged use and constant exposure to the elements. Luckily, there are cosmetic and structural repairs that can be done to improve your driveway’s overall quality and appearance. Check out these answers to frequently asked questions about one of the most common driveway repair practices: Sealcoating.

Does Your Driveway Need Sealcoating?

Q: What is Sealcoating?

A: Sealcoating is a type of sealant that is applied as a protective coat to asphalt-based pavement. It’s designed to protect against elements like water and ultraviolet rays, as well as oils that leak from vehicles and harmful chemicals in landscaping products.

Q: How Do I Know if my Driveway Needs Sealcoating?

A: Over time, the binding component in asphalt weakens and oxidizes from exposure to the sun, rain, ice, snow, and other elements. When this oxidation occurs, the asphalt becomes more flexible and begins to crack, especially when under pressure. When your driveway becomes cracked and faded, it’s likely in need of sealcoating.

Q: What Are the Benefits of Sealcoating?

A: Here are some of the reasons homeowners choose to sealcoat their driveways:

  • It prevents premature fading by reflecting the sun’s rays, rather than absorbing them.
  • It fills surface damage and cracks to keep them from expanding.
  • It reduces the need for frequent repairs, which lowers maintenance costs throughout the life of the driveway.
  • It extends the life of the driveway significantly.

Q: When is the Best Time to Sealcoat my Driveway?

A: Homeowners typically have sealcoating done at two specific times:
Shortly after the driveway is installed and has finished curing, and once driveway damage has become too unsightly, or the damage has begun to compromise the functionality and quality of the driveway.
New asphalt should be allowed to cure for at least 30-60 days, so applying this protective sealant isn’t smart to do within the first few weeks following your driveway installation. In that 30-60 day period, it’s best to keep vehicles and chemicals off the surface as much as possible before applying sealant.

Q: How Do I Sealcoat my Driveway?

A: When it comes to driveway installation, repairs, and upkeep, it’s best to trust the professionals with the job. 1-855-GOT-PAVING is a family owned and operated sealcoating service in Maryland. We have over 25 years of experience in the paving industry, and we pride ourselves on providing high quality paving services at a low and affordable price. Contact us today for a free estimate!

What Our Clients Say

Once again you have exceeded our expectations. The price was very reasonable (we did shop around) and professionalism was outstanding. Thanks for not trying to include add-on fees to make a higher profit and we are looking forward to working with you for many more years to come.

-M. Leo Storch Management

Mr Joseph was by far the most responsive of the three companies we contacted. He came to inspect or driveway on the date and time he promised, gave us a firm quote, and he and his crew arrived on the appointed day at the scheduled time. They edged and cleared the old surface, then laid the new asphalt with the edges tapered to align with our patio and sidewalk. When they were finished the new surface was truly beautiful (and functional).

-Spencer Lucas

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