SEALCOATING IS A ASPHALT PROTECTOR NOT A REJUVENATOR

We are very honest with our customers and explain them that the sealer is a high grade tar and water emulsion and contains very small amounts of sand and additives.  Sealer won’t works as a bad cracking area filler and  sealer doesn’t contains high amounts of sand that makes the sealer works  like a “paste” or thick mix that will cover alligators or spider areas. The only solution for those areas is a further process we call SAW CUTTING, REMOVE AND REPLACE, and this involves high cost due to lot of equipment involved. We talk to the customers before doing the job  and make them a very informed customers that won’t be disappointed at the end of the job.

BAD ALLIGATOR OR SPIDER AREA
BAD ALLIGATOR OR SPIDER AREA
ALLIGATOR AREA
ALLIGATOR AREA
ALLIGATOR AREA WON'T BE FILLED WITH SEALER COAT BECAUSE SEALER IS NOT A FILLER OR REJUVENATOR, IS A PROTECTOR
ALLIGATOR AREA WON’T BE FILLED WITH SEALER COAT BECAUSE SEALER IS NOT A FILLER OR REJUVENATOR, IS A PROTECTOR
ASPHALT SEALED. HERE THE SEALER WORKS AS A COSMETIC PRODUCT BECAUSE CRACKS WON'T BE FILLED WITH SEALER COAT
ASPHALT SEALED. HERE THE SEALER WORKS AS A COSMETIC PRODUCT BECAUSE CRACKS WON’T BE FILLED WITH SEALER COAT

BROWN COLOR SPOTS ON ASPHALT SURFACE

Minerals
Perhaps the most common cause of water color is the presence minerals. Red and
brown colors are due to iron; black to manganese or organic matter; and yellow to
dissolved organic matter such as tannins.
Iron and manganese are common, at least in small amounts, in most rocks and
sediments. In groundwater that contains abundant dissolved oxygen, iron and
manganese form solid mineral phases and cannot be dissolved to any extent. In some
groundwater, however, there is a limited amount or no oxygen present. Under that
condition, iron and manganese dissolve in the water. When this water is pumped from
the well, it encounters oxygen from the atmosphere, and these elements precipitate as
very small particles of iron hydroxide and/or manganese hydroxide minerals.
The yellow color associated with natural dissolved organic matter (e.g., tannins) may
result when rainwater or runoff leaches this organic matter from leaves, roots, and other
vegetative matter, and flushes it down to the aquifer supplying a well. The coloration
both from iron and manganese and from dissolved organic carbon may occur
seasonally. Insoluble oxidized iron (rust) can give water a red tint, manganese oxide
causes a black discoloration, and a combination of the two can yield a yellow-brown hue.

BROWN COLOR ON ASPHALT SURFACE
BROWN COLOR ON ASPHALT SURFACE