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Seal Coating

By Eckles Paving (30+ days ago)

Seal coat provides a protective barrier for the surface of your asphalt. It stops water from petetrating the surface, protects from the sun’s ultraviolet rays (oxidation), resists oil, gas and salt, and provides an aesthetically pleasing surface. Seal coat is a mixture of oil, water, and slate. When applied, the water evaporates leaving the oil and slate as the new wear surface. When covered with a dark black sealant, pavement looks and wears like new. Seal coating projects a positive image of the company, facility, or residential complex.

Seal coating can save real dollars for pavement owners. Unsealed pavements will require repairs starting within the second year and could require a one-inch overlay as often as every seven years. Cost savings will be a substantial 65% if the pavement is maintained regularly. Estimated savings for a 10,000-square yard asphalt pavement are $127,000 over 15 years.” – National Pavement Contactors Association

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Contact Eckles Paving
340 South 1600 West, , Mapleton, Utah, 84664, United States
phone: (801) 225-3715 fax: 801-489-6859


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