Asphalt Resurfacing

If it’s been years since maintenance or repairs on your asphalt parking lot, you might be noticing cracks and potholes. Now it’s time to ask: Should you opt for replacement or resurfacing?

Understanding the distinctions between asphalt resurfacing and replacement can lead to cost savings and extended pavement life. This repair method is meant for large areas of damage. It involves applying a new layer over the existing paved area, which can effectively address minor cracks, surface wear, and fading. This can increase the lifespan of your parking lot for up to two decades, but you need an experienced paving company.

Sealtite Asphalt: Upstate South Carolina’s Resurfacing Specialists

Our expert team offers asphalt resurfacing services, renewing the appearance and durability of your pavement. Let’s get into the nitty gritty of deciding between repair solutions and complete repaving.

  • Resurfacing versus Pavement Replacement

    Resurfacing services are recommended over demolition and repaving when the existing structure is still in relatively good condition, but the surface has deteriorated. Choosing this repair method over demolition and repaving can save costs and time, eliminating the need to remove and replace the entire structure. It’s a practical solution to renew the appearance and functionality of paved areas while extending their lifespan, making it a preferred option for property owners looking to maximize value and minimize disruption.

Our Asphalt Resurfacing Methods

Trust our experience for cost-effective and long-lasting pavement restoration solutions in Greenville, South Carolina.

  • Asphalt Overlays

    Our overlay process involves applying a new layer over the existing parking lot, roadway, or paved surface. This cost-effective method provides a refreshed appearance while extending the pavement’s lifespan. The existing surface serves as a base, ensuring structural integrity.

  • Pavement Reclamation

    Pavement reclamation is a sustainable approach to resurfacing. It involves milling and recycling the existing material into a strong base layer, along with new aggregates and other materials. This method minimizes waste and is environmentally friendly while still offering a durable and improved surface.

  • Repaving

    Repaving is a comprehensive solution in cases severely damaging the existing paved area. The old top layer is removed, the base is repaired or prepared, and the new asphalt is laid. This method provides a brand-new paved surface, ideal for areas with extensive damage or significant structural issues.

Ready to improve your worn parking lot? Contact Sealtite today!

Revitalize your pavement in Greenville, South Carolina, with Sealtite Asphalt’s expert resurfacing services. Enhance durability and appearance – contact us today for top-notch solutions!

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