FAQ’s

What's The Big Deal? Why Should I Sealcoat my Driveway or Parking Lot?

Good question. Many people over look the sealcoating process and as time passes, elements such as oil, UV rays, rain, snow and salt can eat away at the surface. When this happens you will over time see cracks and potholes which can lead to damage to your vehicle or possibly cause physical injury. Sealcoating is a surface protector that will help protect against these surface damages.

Do I need to do any preparation before you come to sealcoat my Driveway?

All we ask is that the project area be cleaned of any major debris and of course any vehicles. We'll take care of the rest!

Is there a certain amount of time that I should stay of a freshly sealcoated job?

Great question that's extremely important! It is imperative that no cars or traffic go over a fresh sealcoat job for 24-48 hours. Cooler temps require long curing times but generally to be safe, we suggest a period of 48 hours.

When should I sealcoat my driveway?

You should sealcoat your driveway or parking lot two to three months after it has been paved. To maintain the quality and over all look of the driveway or parking lot, you should sealcoat every other year.