Why should I sealcoat my asphalt?
Sealcoating protects your pavement from UV rays that bake the liquid asphalt out and dry the asphalt, which in turn causes cracking.
How often should I have my pavement sealcoated?
We recommend you have your sealcoating renewed every two to five years depending on wear.
When is the best time to sealcoat?
Sealcoating is best done when the temperature is 45 degrees fahrenheit and above at night and 65 degrees fahrenheit to 100 degrees fahrenheit during the day.
Should I worry about sealing pavement cracks?
Proper crack sealing is the single most important thing to do to preserve your asphalt. It will eliminate water from penetrating the asphalt during the winter and cracking it from the bottom.
How do you apply the asphalt sealer?
Asphalt sealer can be sprayed or machine squeegeed onto the asphalt. Squeegee-ing is the best method on parking lots because of the even coating it provides. Driveways are usually sprayed; and the sealer and should last five to seven years if done properly.
What is the proper way to seal pavement cracks?
All cracks must be blown free from dirt, heated for proper bonding, and filled with the approved product for your application. There are several different types of crack sealant: highway grade, parking lot grade, and airport grade. All contain differerent materials for flexibility.
How many handicap parking spaces do I need for my parking lot?
The Americans with Disabilities Act is a federal mandate for handicap parking space requirements at buildings open to the public. This federal legislation was passed in part due to inconsistencies in handicap parking requirements by local jurisdictions. The federal guidelines are as follows:
Number of accessible parking spaces required for commercial properties, open to the public
Spaces 1-25 26-50 51-75 76-100 101-150 151-200 201-300 301-400 401-500 501-1000 1001 +
Min. accessible 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2% of total 20 + per 100
Min. van access 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 for every 8 accessible spaces


  • Accessible space – 8' with 5' hashout on left side, Two spaces can share a hashout.
  • Van Accessible - 8' space with 8' hashout on right side.


  • Accessible - Regular handicapped sign – reserved parking and universal logo in center of each sign. Bottom of sign must be between 4’ and 7’ above pavement surface.
  • Van Accessible - Same as above, except that the words "VAN ACCESSIBLE" shall be printed below the logo.


Spaces, access aisles, loading zones shall have maximum slope of 2% (1:50) in all directions.

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Asphalt Repair

Our goal is to provide proper maintenance that will increase the life span of your asphalt and protect your investment.

crack sealing & filling

Crack Sealing/Sealcoating

We offer crack filling and sealcoating services to help reduce your risk of a future high expense repair or replacement.

handicap spaces & parking lot striping

Striping & Signage

We can create custom layout designs and restriping to any type of parking lot. We can also install wheel stops for safety.

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