Asphalt Paving & Sealcoating Solutions Offers Paving and Asphalt Services in 48 States Across the United States

Asphalt Paving & Sealcoating Solutions (APSS) has more than four decades of experience executing asphalt road repairs, crack sealing, sealcoating, and chip sealing. The company offers branch service, preventative maintenance, and structural services.

Tucson, AZ, United States - September 20, 2020 / / —

According to announcements made by Asphalt Paving & Sealcoating Solutions (APSS), the company with more than four decades of experience in paving and asphalt services has a presence in 48 states in America. It has grown to become a respected authority on matters related to asphalt and concrete. It has the expertise to execute structural projects and help companies with portfolio management.

Through crack sealing, APSS helps prolong a pavement's life by preventing the cracks from enlarging and deteriorating further through the action of debris, water, and other elements. It facilitates ADA compliance by parking lots by restoring stripes in the lot. The procedure adds to the space's appearance and enables the community to use the lot in a better manner. APSS's infrared light repair services are an excellent alternative for restoring pavement services damaged by depressions, for critical repairs, and for treating trip hazards.

The company's preventative services increase the lifespan of pavement and help save on expensive repairs. Its solutions are customized to the needs of the clients and yield maximum value for the money spent. Asphalt resurfaced using chip seals can last for seven years on an average.

APSS recommends a chip seal as an inexpensive and durable solution for improving the drivability of roads and adding to the surface's life. A tar and chip driveway installed by APSS is similar to a chip seal, and is a more durable alternative to gravel and are cheaper than concrete driveways.

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Asphalt Paving & Sealcoating Solutions said, “If you have any asphalt pavement on your property, it is likely that you are aware of sealcoating, but it could be that you are not entirely familiar with what the term means or what it can do for you. Common questions on the subject are how a seal coat works and what it typically costs.

Sealcoat is a combination of liquid and small solids, such as sand, meant to offer restoration and protection for asphalt surfaces. Commonly, it comprises of different blends of mineral filler, dissolved asphalt, and water. It is easily applied by using a broom or squeegee, or even in spray form.”

On the benefits of chip sealants, Asphalt Paving and Sealcoating Solutions said, “In general, chip sealing is only a fifth of a fraction in terms of the cost versus fresh asphalt installation or overlay. Chip sealants have the ability to seep in through damages such as pores, cracks, small potholes, and other minor damages, allowing for a smooth road surface and a safer driving surface. Chip sealing can also fill gaps and other potholes, which could prevent the absorption of water. If asphalt absorbs water, it could eventually lead to cracks and damage, which is something that you can prevent with chip sealants.”

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Name: Asphalt Paving & Sealcoating Solutions
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Organization: Asphalt Paving & Sealcoating Solutions
Address: 2555 S Rook Ave Tucson, AZ 85711
Phone: 520-372-6469

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