No matter how strong and well-laid your asphalt is, it will inevitably crack. Erosion, weathering, and the steady march of time all contribute to asphalt cracking. If you have noticed growing cracks in your asphalt, it may be time to get them repaired. Luckily for you, asphalt crack sealing is both effective and highly-affordable when compared to other asphalt maintenance services. At Cactus Asphalt, we use our industry-leading rubberized crack sealer to close up cracks and keep them sealed. We offer consultations to advise you on the extent of crack sealing services needed to properly maintain your pavement. We’ll never charge you for a service you don’t need. For trusted service and quality crack control,contact our experts today!
SIGNS YOUR ASPHALT NEED CRACK SEALING
The older your asphalt is, the more likely it is to have cracks. Asphalt in areas with harsh weather, frequent earth movement, and other damaging external conditions are also more susceptible to cracking. However, not all cracks in your asphalt need sealing. If you notice cracks in your asphalt and are unsure about getting them professionally sealed, contact our experts at Cactus Asphalt for a consultation. Experienced, knowledgeable, and always honest, we’ll never sell you a service you don’t need. Read on for two telltale signs that your asphalt may need crack sealing:
• Cracks are small but widening
• Water is seeping in rather than running off
ADVANTAGES OF CRACK SEALING
If performed properly, crack sealing can keep your cracks closed and smoothed over for years on end. Just as importantly, it can save you hundreds to thousands of dollars by preventing the need to remove and replace your pavement. Here a just a few reasons to consider get your cracks looked at and resealed by our experts at Cactus Asphalt:
• Extends the life of your pavement
• Seals out water and prevents damage to the subgrade
Comprehensive Crack Control from Phoenix, AZ’s Asphalt Experts
If you’ve got asphalt, sooner or later you’ll have cracks. Once water seeps in through cracks, it deteriorates the foundation of your pavement and leads to worse problems. The important question is what type of cracks you have and how bad are they? Not all cracks need to be sealed. Rather than talk you into more than you need, Cactus will tell you exactly what you require.
We use a special crack sealer containing rubber and polymers. We first heat our crack sealer to over 300 degrees. Then we inject this sealer into cracks with a pressurized wand. This effectively seals out moisture and creates a protective barrier for your asphalt. It’s easier than paving — not to mention less expensive.
Crack Sealing Sealing Video
Crack Sealing FAQ
Crack sealing is an essential service for many businesses in the Phoenix area. Our clients often have questions about how to seal cracks in concrete, so we’ve prepared these FAQs for you. We want you to understand why crack sealing is so important, so our experts at Cactus Asphalt have put together some questions and answers for you. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any other crack sealing questions we didn’t get to.
What is the purpose of crack sealing?
Crack sealing is sometimes referred to as crack filling, and this service helps to extend the lifespan of your asphalt. Base erosion and the sun’s rays are the two main reasons why cracks develop in asphalt. The sun is especially hot in the Phoenix area, so having our experts apply a concrete crack sealer is often necessary.
How long does crack sealing last?
Asphalt crack sealer is used for crack sealing, a process that extends the lifespan of your pavement. Crack sealing can often last up to eight years or longer. This permanent treatment lasts much longer than crack filling, which often lasts for only one or two seasons.
How is crack seal applied?
The process of how to seal driveway cracks should be left to experienced professionals like those at Cactus Asphalt. Driveway crack sealer can be poured hot or cold. The hot pour process involves pour pots, a hose, and a wand applicator. The cold pour process uses a pour pot only.
Can crack seal be done on the same day as seal coating?
While crack sealing can be performed on the same day as seal coating, we recommend giving your pavement more time to dry. It’s often best to allow 72 hours between these applications so your crack seal can dry before the seal coating is applied. Our experts at sealing foundation cracks can help you create the ideal timeline for your next project.
What are the primary benefits of sealing cracks?
We wouldn’t recommend you get a service you won’t benefit from, so it makes sense to understand the benefits of crack sealing. The main advantage of having your cracks sealed is to reduce your potential future asphalt repair costs. Think of our cement crack sealer as a preventative maintenance service. Another benefit of this service is to increase the lifespan of your existing paved surface or parking lot. Our team can use Quikrete concrete crack seal to give you the best products and services in the industry.
For a detailed consultation covering the cracks in your property, plus top-of-the-line crack sealing for pavement and asphalt, contact our experts at (623) 344-7695 or email us at email@example.com today!