Sealcoating

Asphalt Sealcoating is a process that fills surface voids and protects the asphalt against oxygen, UV rays, water, oil, and gas. This process is essential to increasing the lifespan of an asphalt lot or driveway. The lifespan of an asphalt driveway can vary based on traffic and weather conditions. Sealcoating is essential to help increase the lifespan of your driveway. It protects the surface of the pavement from damaging elements to which a driveway is routinely exposed. However, with proper maintenance, your driveway can last up to 20 years.

Because of New England’s extreme seasons, driveway sealcoating does not typically last longer than 3 years. New England Ground recommends applying sealcoating every 2-3 years to ensure the optimal condition of your parking lot or driveway and preserve your investment.