Asphalt Driveway Sealcoating
Sealcoating a driveway is not a difficult task and if done well, it can significantly improve the surface enabling your driveway to last for a long time. It is important to check the weather conditions before embarking on this project and avoid resealing on a rainy day. A driveway sealer sits on the surface and acts as a barrier preventing water, ice, salt, car fluids and other harmful chemicals from eating away or staining the surface of your driveway. Your location will determine the frequency with which to use driveway seal. If you stay in an area with cold climates, harsh winters or where you experience numerous freeze-thaw cycles, then you will have to seal your driveway at least every one or two years while homeowners who stay in areas with mild climatic conditions can reseal after every four years. A new asphalt driveway should be sealed at least after 90 days after installation to give it time to cure.
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