Pavement and Parking Lot Crack Sealing

At JLP Sealcoat we take great pride in our work to fill your driveway or parking lot’s cracks to give it the longest life possible. The following are the steps we take to ensure the highest quality crack sealing.

JLP Sealcoating offers state of the art crack sealing techniques to professionally seal cracks and block out the elements. The first step is to make sure all cracks are completely cleaned and free of dirt, weeds, and any other matter. We use a hot air lance that dries moisture in seconds and blows cracks clean while etching the walls and surface of cracks allowing for
maximum adhesion.

Crack Sealing Steps

At JLP Sealcoat we take great pride in our work to fill your driveway or parking lot’s cracks to give it the longest life possible. The following are the steps we take to ensure the highest quality crack sealing.

Step One: Lot Preparation & Cleaning We use the most state-of-the-art Kaiser Morris Crack Jet II to clean out each crack with its 2800°F, 90 CFM blast output before sealing it.

Our state-of-the-art crack jet
Cleaning out cracks with hot air lance
Cracks are dried with hot air lance

Step Two: Crack Sealing Hot Polymeric Sealant is used for all cracks a quarter inch and larger.

Hot Rubber Cracksealing

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Step Three: Sanding Crystalyzed Carbon (Black Sand) is used on hot rubber sealant to add traction and asphalt texture to the crack repairs. It also helps with the sealer adhering to the repairs better.

Black Sand used on hot rubber sealant

Hot Rubber Crack Sealing

JLP Sealcoat understands the demands the New England climate makes on asphalt driveways. That is why we use Flex-A-Fill® Crack Sealant, specifically engineered to withstand extreme temperature changes. Flex-A-Fill® Crack Sealant expands and contracts as temperatures rise and fall, keeping cracks sealed in any weather.

Water, sunlight, cold, and traffic can widen cracks at an alarming rate. Eventually, these cracks, if gone untreated, can lead to complete pavement breakdown, requiring that you replace your entire driveway.

But just one application of Flex-A-Fill® Crack Sealant will seal out water and other harmful materials for far longer than ordinary asphalt fillers would.