Seal Coating Q&A

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Q:When is the best time to seal your driveway or parking lot?

A:Weather wise, we recommend to get asphalt seal coating before it gets too cold. For the parking lot condition wise, it is best to get seal coating before the cracks are too deep and wide.

Q: Is it worth to pay for seal coating?

A:Yes, Sealcoating  prevents asphalt surface oxidation by forming a touch protective outer skin. It also helps prevent damaging water penetration, and protect your asphalt from the deteriorating effects of gasoline oil and other harsh chemicals.  Our seal coating project provides a black finish and fresh, new appearance that improve the image for your business. Most importantly, Seal coating save your money.  

Q: How often seal coating needed?

A: It depends on how and how much your property is used. If your property is commercial, having high traffic parking lot, especially heavy vehicles, it is better to seal every 2 years.

If it low to moderate  traffic parking lot, every 3 years should enough.

Please remember, Regular maintenance will keep your property safer and save money.

Q: how much is seal coating?

A: It depends on the size, condition of the parking lot. If the same size, regularly maintained parking lot would be less expensive than dry out, damaged parking lot. 

Q: How long should you stay off parking lot after seal coating?

A: During summer months, we recommend staying off the parking lot for 48 hours minimum.  For cooler months, at least 72 hours minimum. It is more depends on the temperature.

Q:How can I maintain my parking lot asphalt?

A:Your parking lot is the first thing that visitors see when they come to your property. Your parking lot is your "welcome mat". A parking lot that shows the signs of  neglect will have a negative impact on your visitors before they even reach your front door. The fact is asphalt deterioration is unavoidable. However, it can be slowed down significantly with routine crack filling and seal coating. 

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Accessible parking: Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How many accessible parking spaces are needed?

A: The minimum number of accessible parking spaces required depends on the total number of parking spaces in the lot.  Furthermore, one of every six accessible parking spaces, or fraction of six, must be “van-accessible. The general rule of thumb is that one of every 25 parking spaces in a facility up to 500 spaces needs to be handicap accessible. Of those, one of every six handicap accessible spaces needs to be van accessible.  For example: A parking lot with 400 total spaces needs eight accessible spaces, and two of those eight spaces must be van-accessible.

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Interlocking Paver

Durable, stylish and versatile interlocking concrete pavers.

Our interlocking pavers projects include paving stones in multiple sizes, shapes and textures to complement traditional or contemporary styles. Interlocking pavers are ideal for high traffic walkways, driveways, patios and terraces

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Hot crack Filling

Asphalt maintenance goes beyond just sealcoating. A lot of damage to asphalt can occur with water intrusion through cracks in the asphalt. Crack filling is an essential application in addition to sealcoating for long term pavement protection.

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Paving 365, Inc

18411 Crenshaw Blvd., ste.385 Torrance, ca 90504

(310) 561-6550