You need to protect your investment, and asphalt sealcoating is the way to do that.
Heavy rains, poor drainage, chemical spills, UV rays, and Houston’s unique weather can all have an adverse effect on your driveway or parking lot. Our asphalt driveways and parking lots are the best in the business, and sealcoating is just another layer of protection for you and your property.
Premature deterioration and erosion eat away at your investment, but an occasional sealcoating treatment will keep your property in top shape for years and years to come. It's cost effective too!
Your Property’s Value
Sealcoating your asphalt driveway can contribute to your home’s curb appeal because a smooth shiny surface underscores that you have a well-maintained driveway.
Driveways are truly the first entry point of a home, and if yours has been maintained and sealcoated, it immediately improves the appearance and value of the property.
If you are selling your property, its curb appeal often determines a buyer’s interest level before they even step foot inside — by as much as 10 percent!
Asphalt Sealcoating Prevents Early Damage
But even if you have no intention of selling your property, sealcoating protects your driveway as an investment. A waterproofed driveway prevents early deterioration and the inevitable damage that comes over time.
Better Looking, Cost Efficient
When you install a new driveway you should wait at least 9 to 12 months post installation to call us for sealcoating because your driveway needs to “cure” beforehand.
After the sealant is used, you can expect a smoother surface that is waterproof and doesn’t allow dust and dirt to settle, working as the perfect repellent.
Not only will it make your driveway more attractive and water proof, it’s also a tried and true money saver in the long run.
So here's the bottom line: Wear and tear and the unique weather and topography of the Houston area can affect the deterioration of your asphalt driveway. Sealcoating is a measure of protection that HoustonTXPaving.com says can save the money you invested to install your driveway.