Serving all of Central PA

Driveway Sealing

  • Provides a deep black attractive appearance for your asphalt driveway.
  • Helps extend the life of your asphalt driveway investment by as much as sixty percent.
  • Sealcoated parking areas are easier to maintain and clean.
Prevents water seepage. Asphalt is a very porous surface which allows water to absorb into the subsurface to soften and fail. Sealcoating fills the asphalt pores which prevents water seepage. As a result, the base remains stable reducing the potential of asphalt failure.

Sunlight causes an asphalt surface to "dry out" and become brittle. Sealcoating will keep the sun from drying out the asphalt and will retain the vital asphalt binder needed for a longer surface life. In addition, sealcoating provides a deep black, attractive appearance and will reduce maintenance cost.

Petroleum spills (vehicle oil leaks) soften the asphalt and causes failure. Sealcoating will protect the asphalt from oil intrusion, which reduces costly asphalt repairs.
Pothole Repair
Potholes are bowl-shaped openings that usually have raveled edges and can be up to 10 inches deep. They occur when the top layer of the asphalt surface has worn away, exposing the  base. Cave-ins (sometimes called pot holes) are holes that reach past the base of the asphalt. This void can occur when the dirt and gravel  below the base has washed away, causing the upper surfaces to fall though.
Line Striping
Wether you need 4 spaces or 400 spaces, a1-Sealing can handle any size job. We will work to optimize your lot for the maximum amount of vehicles. We are happy to discuss your needs and then make sure they will meet or exceed the reccomended spacing requirements. We use high quality stripping paint for duribility and will stand behind every application.  Your parking lot is important and your satisfaction is our goal.
Asphalt Crack Filling
Although asphalt driveways are very durable, the surface can become pitted and cracks can appear. Once the cracks have formed you've opened the door to more deterioration through water seepage and the repeated freeze/thaw cycles. That is why we rely on the time tested system of Hot Tar. The Tar is heated to over 400 degrees and then pour into the cracks. The high tempature allows the Tar to flow into all areas of a crack to seal it tight.
A-1 Sealing • Williamsport, PA 17701 • 570-279-6900 • info@a1sealing.com
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