The reason to sealcoat asphalt pavement is to optimize the life of your asphalt by slowing the deterioration process. Sealcoat is a liquid that is applied to the asphalt to act as a barrier protecting the pavement from UV rays, cracking, and traffic amongst other things. The key is to sealcoat your asphalt after the construction so the exposure is minimal.
A-1 SuperSeal is proud to offer a new asphalt emulsion sealer, Duraseal®. You can find more information about Duraseal in our Technical Literature Page.
Road surface marking (pavement markings) are used on paved roadways to minimize the confusion for drivers and pedestrians. Examples of pavement markings would be parking bays, handicap symbols, crosswalks, crosshatching and more.
We can provide custom pavement markings to fit your specific needs. Check out our Gallery page for custom stenciling and more.
Crack filling is also essential to long term pavement protection. Cracks in asphalt allow water to penetrate the surface that could cause potholes and more cracking. To avoid this it is recommended that you have the cracks filled as soon as possible. Common factors that contribute to cracking are lack of traffic and excess water or ultraviolet degradation. Joint and seam cracks can be caused by a weak seam or improper pinch roll.
Signs are not only helpful in directing traffic, but required to keep your property safe. We offer ADA signage, in addition to custom signs for your specific project.
Preformed thermoplastic is a durable pavement marking that provides high retroreflectivity for enhanced visibility.