Why You Should Consider Pavement Sealing [infographic]

If you pay attention to the condition of older roads, you might notice some signs of aging like cracks, stains, or potholes. Perhaps you’ll look outside your building to see that the same can be said for your parking lot. The paving doesn’t have to look so aged and deteriorated, though. Here’s why you should consider pavement sealing.

Why You Should Consider Pavement Sealing

  • Extend the life of your asphalt: Whether it’s a parking lot or a driveway leading to your business, the asphalt will age and deteriorate naturally over time. Pavement sealing can help prolong the life of your asphalt by adding a protective layer.
  • Protect your asphalt from the elements: The harsh UV rays that we get here in Florida can cause your asphalt to fade or crumble, excess water can cause it to crack, and gasoline or oil spills can cause it to stain. You should consider pavement sealing to block out the UV rays and seal it against water or oil spills.

Why You Should Consider Pavement Sealing

  • You’re already getting the lot resurfaced: If you’re already getting the parking lot resurfaced, you might as well finish it off to make the asphalt last longer with a pavement sealing.
  • Improve the appearance: The condition of your parking lot can easily affect the appearance and first impression of your business. Pavement sealing can improve the overall appearance and give customers a better impression of your business.
  • Avoid more extensive maintenance: With pavement sealing, it often doesn’t matter if you have existing cracks or worse in your asphalt. Instead of replacing the asphalt entirely, you can avoid the extra maintenance and costs by opting for pavement sealing instead. It may not make your parking lot last forever, but it can at least seal off the blemishes and put off the more extensive repairs for at least a few more years.

If you are considering pavement sealing for your driveway or parking lot, give us a call at AAA Top Quality Asphalt today.