Save Money With Sealcoating
Maintaining your commercial property is a significant investment already. You spend both time and money making sure that your business is running smoothly and effectively. When it comes to budget, careful measures must ensure that intelligent decisions will pay off over time.
Paving your property is a significant asset and cost to your business. Don’t waste money by letting it go to disrepair; sealcoating helps protect and prolong the life of your pavement. Find out more cost-saving benefits of sealcoating and how to schedule efficiently for lasting results.
Protect Your Budget
Allocating money for paving your commercial property can be a considerable investment of sums, but it is worth it over time. Keep in mind that you must protect your budget by maintaining your pavement to avoid unnecessary allocations for the same job. Budget once for complete paving and then for maintenance sealcoating only. Sealcoating is significantly less costly than repaving.
Protect Your Pavement
In most of the areas we serve, clients experience a regular influx of snowfall, ice, and freezes. Sealcoating can help protect your pavement from weather damages. Without sealcoating, water may seep through cracks or under the surface, creating potholes and structural damage. Regular sealcoating efforts can mitigate freeze/thaw cycles prevalent in the late winter and spring months. Preventable repairs are especially costly.
Protect Your Image
The whole reason you paved your commercial property in the first place was to increase curb appeal. Maintaining your effort is necessary to control the first impressions of clients and business associates that come to your property. Remember, you only get to make a first impression once. The difference between getting an account or not can be in the details.
Protect Your Routine
Scheduling routine maintenance in advance and on time is the best way to ensure that you will keep up with sealcoating. Schedule your sealcoating within the first year after your new pavement installation and then every two to four years afterward, unless you notice any additional issues. Preventative care is less costly than treatment.