Commercial property owners in Sonoma County may wonder who can revamp asphalt their parking lot, and that company is Sikes Asphalt Group, Inc. We’re locally owned, just like your business, so we care about beautifying communities like Santa Rosa and Petaluma, CA. We have experience with all kinds of parking lot paving services, including repairs and commercial parking lot installation, and we can bring this experience to bear on your parking lot maintenance.
What is Parking Lot Sealcoating?
An asphalt sealcoating is a special mix of petroleum binders and liquid polymers, sometimes with added sand for traction, that flows over the parking lot’s surface and creates a protective barrier once cured. Professional paving contractors apply asphalt seal coats by either spraying or manually spreading.
Benefits of Parking Lot Sealcoating
- Slows Pavement Deterioration – By providing a thin coating over the top asphalt surface, a sealcoat slows penetration of water, chemicals, oils, and UV rays. This slows down the deteriorating effects of these things on asphalt pavement.
- Protects Against Damage – The special rubberized polymers in professional sealants create a flexible but durable protective barrier against weather, but it also soaks into the top layer of asphalt to provide extra flexibility, making it less brittle and prone to cracking.
- Provides a Beautiful New Surface – One of the most obvious benefits of a parking lot sealcoat is the fresh, dark black surface that a sealcoat creates. This can instantly upgrade the look of your lot, as well as creates a perfect surface for new parking stripes or pavement markings.
- Saves Money – Asphalt sealcoating is one of the most cost effective parking lot maintenance services because initial application only costs pennies per square foot, and all the benefits can put off expensive parking lot repairs for years.
Your Santa Rosa, CA Area Asphalt Sealcoating Experts
If your Sonoma County parking lot needs a sealcoat, you need to call Sikes Asphalt Group, Inc. right away. You can apply a sealcoating to your parking lot right after the pavement has thoroughly cured, and the pros recommend getting a fresh sealcoat yearly for high traffic lots. Wherever you are in the life of your pavement, contact us for information about our commercial parking lot paving services.