Protecting Property Assets

Preservation is an owner’s greatest asset. Just as you paint a new house to protect it from the elements, asphalt must also be protected to maximize its life span, and to protect the investment. Asphalt is an organic material and is thus susceptible to the actions of nature. From the day it is placed, asphalt pavements begin to deteriorate. Over time, air, water and ultraviolet rays from the sun cause the surface to oxidize, and the asphalt starts to break down. Failure to maintain a pavement system on a routine basis can erode its lifecycle and will cause costly maintenance repair.

Unlike sealers that have to be applied every year or so, RejuvaSeal applied every 3-5 years will…

  • not chip, peel or delaminate
  • extend the life of asphalt assets
  • restore the asphalt performance characteristics
  • last much longer than traditional water based sealers

value-of-timely-maintenanceHere’s the bottom line. The longer you let asphalt assets deteriorate, the more money it will cost to restore those assets to accepted standards. Proper maintenance, done in a timely manner, is the key to preserving asphalt, extending its lifecycle and maintaining its curb appeal. Spending $1.50 per sq.yd. on pavement preservation, before the asphalt starts to deteriorate, eliminates or postpones spending $10.00 to $15.00 on expensive repairs and/or reconstruction costs. Applying RejuvaSeal on a periodic basis can extend the useful life of pavement indefinitely, maximizing the considerable capital investment made in asphalt assets.