Driveway Sealcoating is a great way to protect and preserve your real estate investment.
Sealcoating gives beautiful curb appeal as our driveways are a large part of our property. In addition, our sealer includes sand to provide a non-slip surface.
As part of our promise to be transparent our Sealcoating process for residential driveway Sealcoating is as follows:
- We start with trimming grass and vegetation out of cracks and away from the edge of the driveway.
- Next, we power broom needed areas to remove dirt spots, leaves stuck to the driveway, dry grass trimmings. This gets the asphalt cleaner than just blowing the driveway off.
- We use the most powerful brand backpack blowers on the market to remove all grass trimmings, dirt, gravel, and debris from your driveway to leave us with a clean surface. Sealer must be applied to a clean surface, or it will not adhere properly.
- Crack filling now begins, and we use the best method – hot rubberized tar to fill applicable cracks. It’s important to know not all cracks benefit from being filled. For example, areas that have a lot of cracks that look like a spider web we call gatoring. These areas we use the hot tar not to fill every crack, but to prevent the spreading of the damage to surrounding solid parts of the driveway.
- If applicable, asphalt patching is completed and Potholes are cleaned and filled with our permanent patch material Aquaphalt. That’s right. Permanent! Our patch material hardens unlike cheap store-bought bag cold patch.
- We start sealing your driveway from the furthest point from the street with a small edging brush. This typically is right in front of the homeowners garage. We use this smaller edge brush to keep the concrete and garage doors CLEAN. We follow using a three-foot natural fiber brush to sealcoat down the driveway using our small edging brush as needed near finished walkways, cobblestone, retaining walls, etc., before edging one final time at the end of your driveway.
- Finally, we tape the driveway off to driving for 48 hours and place a yard sign as a stamp for another job well done.
Will your driveway be our next project?
Nearly all residential driveways are brushed, and Sealer should ONLY be on the asphalt. Professional Sealcoating companies DO NOT get sealer on garage doors, concrete pads for garages, finished walkways or downspouts. This is the Beyond Sealcoating difference!
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