Seal Coating

Munson Inc is your number 1 choice for seal coating services in Southeastern Wisconsin.

With all the warm weather this summer there comes maintenance and repairs to parking lots and driveways. Seal coating your parking lot or driveway is a way to extend the life of the asphalt and improve the appearance of your property.  Seal coating protects your pavement from the materials and elements that can destroy its structural integrity.  We apply commercial grade sealers to both residential and commercial customers and nearly always apply 2 coats.  This sealer

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Beyond cosmetics, the seal coating helps the parking lot to better accommodate facility traffic, parking, and delivery needs and provides safer and much more effective guest access. The wider parking stalls are more compatible for existing use and minimizing company liability for any ding damage caused when parked vehicles open their doors.

extends the life of your pavement while also improving its appearance.  It protects against gas and oil spills and the UV rays from the sun oxidizing your asphalt which make it brittle and more prone to cracking.  Cosmetically it appears new beautifying your property and adding value to your investment.

With Winter coming soon, it is also important to seal out the water before it can get into cracks and freeze, causing deeper cracks and more damage to your asphalt.

Asphalt Crack repair

The most economical method used in maintaining the life of parking lots is crack repair.  This process includes filling cracks (1/4 inch and wider) with a hot-poured rubberized sealant.  The crack sealant reduces pavement deterioration.

How Often Should I Seal Coat?

New asphalt should be sealed 8-12 months after installation.  And more SEAL COATING should be done every 2-3 years for best results.

 

  • This process is not used for airline or alligatored cracks.  Without proper maintenance, water can destroy a pavement surface.

 

 

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