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Sealcoating is the best way to ensure your asphalt investment lives up to its maximum potential. A common mistake people make when they get new asphalt installed is thinking that this is a permanent installation that needs to maintenance or upkeep. Just like most other things in life, you must have a regular maintenance schedule to not only help it last long, but also look nice.

Asphalt Sealcoating


Each and every asphalt surface we sealcoat is prepped before the actual sealing begins. The amount of prep work differs for each driveway and each parking lot, but it includes:

- scrubbing the surface clean of any caked on dirt

-blowing away any debris using high-powered backpack blowers

-applying oil spot primer to any larger oil spots

-trimming all grass edges

Following the prep work, we apply the sealer using either brushes or spraying it on.  Depending on the nature of the asphalt surface and the anticipated traffic levels, either one or two coats of sealer will be applied.


Rhino Pavement is the PREMIUM option to choose when deciding on an asphalt maintenance and sealcoating contractor. We do not cut any corners, we keep our customers informed along every step of the process, and most importantly, we provide the highest quality products and workmanship.

At Rhino Pavement you will receive customer service like no other company can offer, thanks to our dedicated sales team. Whether you are a new customer or returning, we will assist you to the best of our abilities and with the utmost respect. 

We go above and beyond being a regular contractor. Our goal is to educate the public on the importance of asphalt maintenance, even if you are just someone looking for a second opinion and not looking to get work done immediately. 


  • Is sealcoating worth it?
    For every 1$ spent on preventative maintenance, 6-10$ will be saved on future pavement rehabilitation costs. Having a regular Sealcoating schedule combined with other forms of preventative maintenance like Crack Sealing and Patching will save you from huge expenditures in the future. Just like brushing your teeth to prevent cavities!
  • How often should I sealcoat?
    We recommend sealcoating every 4-6 years, or when visible wear patterns appear on the sealcoated surface, whichever comes first. It is important to let the sealer wear before sealing again. Sealcoat is designed to adhere to asphalt, without letting it wear, you will have layers upon layers of sealer just sticking onto sealer which can cause additional problems.
  • How long after sealcoating can I walk and drive on my asphalt surface?
    Many variables constitute the answer to this question. Humidity levels, temperature, shaded areas, will all effect drying times. Generally, pedestrian traffic is allowed between 2-4 hours after applying, and vehicle traffic after 12 - 48. These are merely general recommendations and it is best to speak to the representative in charge of your project or the foreman for a specific answer applicable to your project. Feel free to reach out to a member of our team if traffic must resume shortly after applying, as special changes can be made to the sealer mix design formula to speed up drying times.
  • Why are there tire marks on my driveway after sealer is applied?
    While sealer is generally safe to drive on in 24-48 hours, it undergoes approximately a 30 day curing period until it is fully hardened. Most tire marks are simply dirt that is tracked onto the freshly black surface and go away after this 30 day curing period. It is important to note that you should minimize turning your steering wheel when your vehicle is at a dead stop, as this can leave something that is called power steering marks.
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