Sealcoating is a layer added over a paved surface to help protect it from damage caused by the sun, precipitation, and vehicle fluids. While sealcoating won’t cure existing issues, it will help prevent damage from forming.

How Often Should I Sealcoat my Driveway or Parking Lot?

The Milliken team identifies several factors that determine how frequently a driveway or parking lot should be sealed. Exposure to UV rays, water, salt, traffic, and other conditions all play a role in determining how often driveway and parking lot sealcoating is needed. On average, a sealcoat is needed every 2-3 years.

When is the Best Time to Sealcoat my Parking Lot or Driveway?

The best temperatures for applying sealcoating are between 55 and 90 degrees; an ideal day for the process begins around 70 degrees and increases through the day. Temperature is not the only factor when deciding the ideal time to apply sealcoating. The weather forecast should be rain-free for at least 24 hours.


How Long will it Take to Apply Sealcoating?

The amount of time it takes to complete a sealcoat on a driveway or parking lot depends on the size of the area and the weather conditions at the time of the job.

When Can I Use my Parking Lot or Driveway After Sealcoating?

Usually, a surface is usable 24 hours after the sealcoating process is complete. An onsite project manager will be able to give you a timeframe based on various factors specific to your parking lot or driveway.

What Are the Benefits of Sealcoating?

Sealcoating your driveway or parking lot has numerous benefits. Not only does it increase curb appeal, it protects your investment and will save you money in potential costly repairs in the future.

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