Selecting a Sealcoating Contractor

Your investment on asphalt pavement, whether it is a parking Lot or a driveway, will require maintenance to extend the life span of the surface. This is a representative of a “welcome mat” for your business or a very important part to the curb appeal of your house or residence. Maintaining the asphalt is important and sealcoating is one of those steps. Choosing the contractor for sealcoating is as vital as making the choice.

First thing to Search for in a builder would be their background or reputation. Can they provide references? Can they provide properties to look to find the caliber of the job to you? Keep off those people who knock door to door and claim they can handle the sealcoat of your driveway as they have left-over material from work before. You’ll never hear from them. If any problems arise, that’s bad and you want them to be good.

You should compare warranties on workmanship involving sealcoating contractors. How long can they assert their program will last or wear? Also, what is contained in the quote? Are they including repair or any crack repair? And remember to get any guarantees in writing and collect any additional info from them such as business cards, reference lists etc. If any striping is essential, ask if is it subcontracted out or if they’re doing the job. Be sure to check them out also if they are employing another contractor. Once you’ve chosen a contractor, make sure they have insurance to protect you and your house from loss or any damages.

Do not be afraid to ask what equipment they have or the way the sealcoat is going to be applied before any work begins? Depending on the size of this task, you have to be certain they have the tools that are appropriate to clean and prepare and the surface to apply materials or the equipment or tools to ensure sealcoating is carried out in a timely and efficient manner.

If you are a property owner of a facility that involves a decent size parking lot, so you will want be aware of how the work is completed and the time involved. That’ll cost you in the end in labor expenses in case the crew is simply preparing the lot with brooms without using blowers and if they are applying sealer by hand instead of a squeegee or spray machine.

Other recommendations include keeping your eye on the weather. If temperatures are expected to fall below 50 degrees for 24 hours, make sure you don’t allow application or if rain is forecasted for the 24 hour period to ensure performance and proper curing. Once the sealcoating is complete you need to maintain vehicles off the driveway or parking lot for 24 to 48 hours. Following these measures will ensure the sealcoating will decorate and protect your asphalt pavement for a long time to come.

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