Sealing Asphalt Parking Lots
Are you searching for ‘sealing asphalt parking lots’? Whether your commercial/industrial asphalt project is brand new construction or an existing location that needs to be resurfaced you can trust we’ll complete the job to the highest standards of excellence.
Howard Companies has the resources to carry out your pavement design and construction needs from project conception to completion. We have over 350 skilled craftsmen and estimators as well as a full line of maintained equipment.
Are you searching for sealing asphalt parking lots?
Through our pavement services, we bring exceptional quality and skill to the Fishers, Indianapolis, Plainfield, Carmel, Noblesville, Zionsville, Westfield and Greenwood areas. Let us help you pave whatever parking lot, roadway or surface you need. Call us today at 317-849-9666.
Some Tips from the Asphalt Paving Experts at Howard Companies
When you have your payment laid, there are things to keep in mind both short term and long term. Some ideas:
After your driveway or parking lot is paved, you will need to keep automobile traffic off of the asphalt for 24 hours (or even longer in hotter temperatures). Even after the asphalt has cured, do not expect it to be as hard as concrete. Your asphalt will remain pliable for a period of 8 to 12 months until the liquid asphalt has totally cured.
During the first 8 to 12 months while your asphalt pavement is curing, try not to park in the same spot every time. Avoid turning the steering wheel while your car is not moving. Doing so may create “power steering marks.” This “scuffing” is normal and will subside as the pavement cures. Turn the wheel slowly and gradually as to not scar the asphalt.
Asphalt should be sealcoated every two to four years depending on the amount of traffic. It is not recommended to sealcoat new asphalt during the first 12 months. This may cause asphalt to soften and prevent it from curing. Sealcoating will enhance the appearance and preserve the life of your asphalt, as well as protect your asphalt from oil, gas and other harmful fluids. Unsealed asphalt may dry out and become rough, thus reducing its useful life.
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