Parking Lot
Sealcoating

Protect Your Investment by Sealing Your Asphalt

In the Thousand Oaks, CA area, Asphalt Professionals Incorporated is the best option for commercial property owners who need to protect and revamp their asphalt paving, and the best option to revamp your parking lot is with an asphalt sealcoating. This pavement maintenance service extends the life of your parking lot and protects it against weather and wear. The expert paving contractors at API have been installing, repairing, and maintaining pavement in Southern California since 1974, so we can tackle any size parking lot.

How Does Parking Lot Sealcoating Help?

Professional asphalt sealcoating services repair minor surface cracks and seal the porous parking lot surface against water damage as well as providing protection against damage from the sun, weather, and repeated use.


Asphalt Sealcoating FAQs

  • What is a sealcoat made of?

    Asphalt professionals use professional grade products, and this includes pavement sealers. At API, we use only the highest quality blends of liquid plastics and petroleum products mixed with aggregates like sand, custom mixed to reflect the conditions at your parking lot. The petroleum bonds with asphalt binders, polymers add protections against UV rays, and sand provides traction.

  • What’s the parking lot sealcoating process?

    First, expert paving contractors will remove all debris and dirt from the parking lot surface to ensure the sealcoat can bond and cure properly. Next, they use either a sprayer or a squeegee to spread the asphalt sealcoat. After a 24 hour curing time, the coating is cured and the parking lot is ready to use again.

  • How often should you seal your parking lot?

    A new asphalt parking lot needs to completely cure before the first sealer is applied, which can take up to 60 days. After that, experts recommend a new sealcoat every two years to keep your parking lot protected.

  • What conditions are best for applying a sealcoat?

    To allow the sealer to properly adhere to the parking lot surface, the temperature during application needs to be at least 50 degrees. For the sealcoating to properly cure, there shouldn’t be any rain for at least 24 hours.

Your Parking Lot Sealcoating Professionals

If you have a parking lot in the Thousand Oaks, CA area that needs some maintenance, you should contact us right away to explore your options. We’ve been helping our Southern California neighbors with their pavement installation, repair, and maintenance for almost 50 years, so we can help you make your parking lot last for decades.

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