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Why it is Important to Sealcoat Your Parking Lot

People judge businesses in a variety of ways and first impressions mean a lot. If prospective customers and clients don’t like what they see when they pull up outside, they may not even bother going inside a business. That means it’s important to sealcoat your parking lot to ensure that the asphalt is in good condition. Learn more about sealcoating:

Benefits of Asphalt Sealing

Longer Pavement Life
No business owner wants to have to replace the parking lot. It’s expensive, inconvenient, messy, and disrupts business for several days or more. Sealcoating the parking lot will give it a smooth, dark finish and increased the lifespan to help businesses thrive and satisfy customers.

Happy Tenants
It’s important to keep the parking lot in good condition to keep clients, tenants, and customers happy. No one wants to hit large potholes or trip over cracks due to maintenance issues. Sealcoating allows business owners to maintain a smooth lot longer while keeping tenants happy at the same time.

Experts to Sealcoat Your Parking Lot

Asphalt sealer, also called sealcoat, is a layer of protection that blocks UV rays, water, oils, and other things that can damage the pavement. It can be applied with a sprayer, a squeegee, or even a brush. The finish looks deep and black. Applying the seal coat and re-applying every few years can save thousands of dollars in pavement repairs and maintenance. Asphalt is a combination of rock, binder, and gravel, and when contaminants hit the pavement, it can cause damage over time. Sealcoating prevents those contaminants from getting to the pavement in the first place.

If it is time to sealcoat your parking lot, the professionals at XSealer are here to offer you their advice. We offer sealcoating, plus we fill cracks, paint lines, and do other pavement work. Contact us today for a free estimate. Let us help you to figure out what needs to be done to get your parking lot in shape and to keep it in good condition for as long as possible.

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