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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between cement and concrete?
Even though the terms cement and concrete are often used interchangeably, most don’t realize cement is an ingredient of concrete. Concrete is a mixture of paste and aggregates. The aggregates are sand and gravel, or crushed stone and the paste is a mix of cement and water.
What is sealcoating?
Sealcoating is a layer of tar emulsion that is applied to asphalt pavement. This layer is applied last and adds an extra level of protection against weathering and ultraviolet oxidation while giving the pavement a more uniformed, black appearance. Sealcoating is also known as resurfacing but is a process that is completed after asphalt paving.
What is resurfacing?
Resurfacing is the process of installing a new layer of asphalt on an existing pavement surface. This layer is typically applied as an additional measure of protection for the surface. Asphalt resurfacing is often interchanged with the term sealcoating. It can be considered a method completed to replace weathered sealcoating.
How do you protect a concrete surface from aggressive materials like acids?
Although most materials do not affect concrete, there are some more aggressive chemicals and materials, that can cause concrete to deteriorate. The best defense against harsh chemical damages is to start with quality concrete mixed with maximum chemical resistance. A large number of sealants and coatings are used to protect concrete from the many stresses caused by instances and environments.
My asphalt is cracking, can this be repaired?
You can bet your bottom dollar! Our professionals have the proper equipment and experience to quickly and inexpensively fill those cracks and prevent further damages to your property space. The sooner these asphalt cracks can be repaired the better off you and your property will be.