Front Range Seal Coating
Protect, Preserve and Beautify  Your Asphalt Driveway and Parking Lot
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Front Range Seal Coating PH: 303-814-0444 Email: rnocero@msn.com

Residential - Commercial Parking Lot Crack Repair

Front Range Seal Coating Crack Seal Services:  We use high quality, commercial grade sealer products that are an economical, high softening point material made for use on parking lots. Our crack sealer materials are the supreme product in hot applied crack filling materials. These crack sealers are idea for all crack filling applications. We use special crack seal melter applicators called oil jacketed kettles that are designed to apply a hot pour rubberized crack filler that expands and seals when drying and setting. Our hot crack sealing process is identical to the process used by most local municipal, state, and government agencies on high traffic highways, road ways, parking lots, and airports. This process has been tested and proven its performance in the most demanding of conditions. The only difference is in the equipment we use to apply the product. We utilize smaller more economical equipment to save you money. Why Use Hot Pour VS. Cold Pour : Hot pour crack and joint sealants are considered by many to be better than cold pour sealants. Hot pour materials are designed for cracks up to 3/4” which are typically found in parking lots. Larger cracks can be sealed by this method, but they are not designed to stand-up to these larger cracks and won’t last. In those cases we would recommend repairing the area by replacing the damaged asphalt. Hot pour sealants should be used on driveways with many cracks, as well as high traffic areas. Hot applied sealants are the best choice for a quality, long lasting crack sealing job. Parking lots, driveways, and roadways that are sealed using hot applied rubberized crack sealants can be reopened to traffic as soon as the materials is cool. Depending on the outside temperatures, this can be as fast as 5 to 20 minutes after sealing the cracks. The more time the sealer is given to dry the better the odds of tearing will not occur. We recommend 48 hours, but this is not always realistic for a parking lot in Colorado. The basic rule of thumb is more time drying equals less lifting.
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Asphalt Contractor - Front Range Seal Coating
Front Range Seal Coating PH: 303-814-0444 Email: rnocero@msn.com

Residential - Commercial

Parking Lot Crack Repair

Front Range Seal Coating Crack Seal Services:  We use high quality, commercial grade sealer products that are an economical, high softening point material made for use on parking lots. Our crack sealer materials are the supreme product in hot applied crack filling materials. These crack sealers are idea for all crack filling applications. We use special crack seal melter applicators called oil jacketed kettles that are designed to apply a hot pour rubberized crack filler that expands and seals when drying and setting. Our hot crack sealing process is identical to the process used by most local municipal, state, and government agencies on high traffic highways, road ways, parking lots, and airports. This process has been tested and proven its performance in the most demanding of conditions. The only difference is in the equipment we use to apply the product. We utilize smaller more economical equipment to save you money. Why Use Hot Pour VS. Cold Pour : Hot pour crack and joint sealants are considered by many to be better than cold pour sealants. Hot pour materials are designed for cracks up to 3/4” which are typically found in parking lots. Larger cracks can be sealed by this method, but they are not designed to stand-up to these larger cracks and won’t last. In those cases we would recommend repairing the area by replacing the damaged asphalt. Hot pour sealants should be used on driveways with many cracks, as well as high traffic areas. Hot applied sealants are the best choice for a quality, long lasting crack sealing job. Parking lots, driveways, and roadways that are sealed using hot applied rubberized crack sealants can be reopened to traffic as soon as the materials is cool. Depending on the outside temperatures, this can be as fast as 5 to 20 minutes after sealing the cracks. The more time the sealer is given to dry the better the odds of tearing will not occur. We recommend 48 hours, but this is not always realistic for a parking lot in Colorado. The basic rule of thumb is more time drying equals less lifting.