1. How to Use Driveway Sealer

    A fresh coat of driveway sealer always makes a dramatic difference in how good a home looks, but it is so much more than that! Like so many home maintenance projects, there is more than meets the eye. Just as wood needs stain to protect it from water damage, your asphalt also needs protection. Sun and rain weather, hot and cold temperatures, all dry out the surface and leave your pavement open to more damage. You need to apply a seal coat every two years will keep the surface safe, protected, and looking fantastic.

    Surface Protection Matters to What’s Underneath

    We wax our car and use lotion on our skin for protection. Driveway sealer does the same thing for your asphalt. It protects and seals the surface to keep water out. Well-Looked after asphalt will make water bead up and roll away just as a freshly waxed car will. Take the time to throw a bucket of water on your parking area and see what happens. I

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  2. Step-By-Step Repair Asphalt Driveway Guide

    Do you have asphalt driveway problems like cracks and holes? Don’t fret! Do-it-yourself job it is not difficult, and it gives you years more use from your pavement.

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  3. 4 Seal Coat Application Tips You Should Follow

    By now, you should already know that applying sealing to your asphalt driveway is not only a recommended step to maintaining it but a requirement altogether. Sealing your driveway will help you avoid the trouble of having to re-lay asphalt to your entire pavement because of too many cracks, holes, and other damage.

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  4. Choosing the Right Seal Asphalt for your Driveway

    If you want your driveway to have a beautiful slate-black look, you need a high-quality seal asphalt. However, what's the best choice if there are so many options available? Before you purchase online or in-stores, it's essential that you identify first what makes a high-grade seal asphalt different from cheap ones.

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  5. Do-It-Yourself Crack Filling Guide for Homeowners

    Crack filling asphalt is the best way to extend the life of your blacktop for many years to come. However, it is not as simple as pouring a sealant and calling it a day. There is a proper way to do so.

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  6. How to Sealcoat Your Own Driveway?

    If you want to keep asphalt looking clean and in good condition, it must be sealed regularly to prevent the onset of decay and cracking.

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  7. How to Start Your Asphalt Repair Business

    Far too many individuals start their business with little else than a couple of buckets of asphalt sealer, a squeegee, and a pickup truck. However, they quickly find out that they are losing money and not seeing the desired results that they need to earn a good living in the asphalt industry. This very scenario is what had put many, many contractors out of business before they actually had an opportunity for real success. So, how do you start your asphalt repair business and make it profitable? Let’s find out.

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  8. The Importance of Asphalt Sealcoating

    Protecting asphalt surfaces isn't complicated, as long as you have the right asphalt sealcoating equipment and sealcoating products. Fortunately, you are at the right place because here at Action Seal, you can find all the supply and material whether you are a homeowner, small property owner, or a professional sealcoating contractor.

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  9. Where to get Asphalt Repair Products

    Shocked by the escalating prices on asphalt replacement, many homeowners, business owners, and parking lot managers are searching for new ways to repair and maintain their driveways, walkways, and parking lots that are both affordable and effective.

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  10. What Are the Advantages of Recycled Asphalt?

    With skyrocketing oil prices, recycled asphalt has leaped from relative obscurity into a must for paving and utility contractors. Utilizing such machinery can save contractors hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.

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