Save When You Sealcoat Your Asphalt Parking Lot

sealcoating commercial parking lot

When guests arrive at your business, the parking lot is one of the first things that they see. This means your parking lot is a key factor in making a good first impression. To keep your curb appeal, you may want to think about seal coating your asphalt parking lot. Here are several benefits to seal coating your pavement.

Resistant to Chemicals

Cars leak a variety of chemicals onto your asphalt parking lot every day. Your pavement is exposed to antifreeze, brake fluid, gas, and more. This can damage the asphalt more than water. Fortunately, sealcoating can keep the chemicals from penetrating the pavement.

Resistant to Oxidation

The sun can cause a lot of damage to your pavement. To maintain its flexibility, asphalt contains oils. As it is exposed to the sun, it causes the oils to bake, causing the asphalt to dry out and crack. Sealcoating will slow the evaporation of any oils, which will in turn slow down the deterioration.

Resistant to Moisture

If moisture gets into the asphalt, it can lead to bigger problems. Water speeds up the degradation of the parking lot. Then, in the winter, as the pavement freezes, the water expands and leads to cracks and other damages.

Appealing to Guests

If you want guests to know that you care about your business, then you need to focus on how it looks. Over time, asphalt can fade to gray from exposure. Dark asphalt with a smooth finish is more appealing. It tells your guests that you care about appearances and you maintain professionalism in all aspects of business, including the parking lot.

Sealcoating your parking lot will also lengthen its lifespan and prolong a replacement. To replace asphalt is a tedious and expensive process. If it is time for your parking lot to live again without replacing the asphalt entirely, then it might be time to consider seal coating. For seal coating, striping, pothole repair, and more for commercial parking lots contact Azzarelli Paving & Site Development by calling 813-296-6500 or emailing us today!

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