- Asphalt Repair
- Hot Rubberized Crack Filling
- Small Pot Hole Repair
- Commercial Pavement Striping
- Edge and Power Sweep Driveway Service
What is sealcoating?
Sealcoating is best summed up as the application of a coal tar emulsion over asphalt pavement. This process adds a layer of protection to your driveway or parking lot, fills small voids and also give it the nice black uniform appearance. Protecting your asphalt driveway or parking from the damaging effects of the environment (including rain, snow, and the ultraviolet oxidation caused by the sun) is very important because it can cause the asphalt to become brittle, broken down and more susceptible to cracking or even lead to failure.
It is much less expensive to maintain your asphalt drive or pavement than it is to replacing it. Regular sealcoating can even double the life of asphalt pavement. We recommend sealcoating about every one to two years depending on the amount of traffic your drive receives. We would be happy to give you a free estimate and work out a maintenance plan that works for your needs.
Serious problems can start from even a few cracks left unattended. Left alone, cracks allow moisture to penetrate the asphalt surface. Water expands as it freezes, so moisture in the cracks does the greatest damage in the winter months.
Clifford Sealcoating only uses high grade hot rubber material to fill cracks in your asphalt because the rubber allows the sealant to expand and contract with the pavement as the temperature fluctuates. Cheaper crack fillers that are sold in stores become hard when cured and crack again quickly as the pavement moves allowing moisture to penetrate again.
We have been in business since 2003 in the Oakland County, Michigan area and we use only the highest quality sealcoat and asphalt repair products. Our number one goal is to provide exceptional service to our customers as they are our best resource for referrals.
Contact us today as we look forward to answering any questions you may have about your sealcoat or asphalt repair project.