Precision Pavement Sealcoating
At Precision Asphalt Sealing Co., LLC we sort out any paving issues you may have with our sealcoating. With proper maintenance, your asphalt surface is going to last for many years with regular sealcoating treatments.
Sealcoating is a process where coal tar is applied over asphalt to protect it from environmental damage, such as heavy rains, excessive moisture, and sun damage. The coating is essentially like applying sunscreen while out in the hot sun for the day.
Sealcoating also serves to fill in minor cracks and surface flaws. Another substance is a crack sealer, which is an elastic material used specifically to seal cracks in pavement. A high-quality sealcoating or crack sealer protects your asphalt surface against every day wear and tear.
Our paving contractors in Owensboro, Kentucky use asphalt which is an alternative to brick, stone, and other materials to create a smooth surface. We have all types of this durable material, and surfaces include parking lots of local municipal roads.
If your paved surface is under five years old, it is easily repairable, as long as the damage is not too severe. We take care of all phases of asphalt projects, from planning new ones to maintaining or repairing existing asphalt surfaces.
Concrete Construction Projects
Concrete-based construction projects include almost any type of surface around your property, including some of your interior spaces. Whether you need a new sidewalk in front of your business, or you want to spruce up your patio or driveway, we have an affordable solution for you.
We always use state-of-the-art materials, and have the equipment required to start your project as quickly as possible without unnecessary delays. Our typical concrete-based projects include:
- Walkways (including garden paths)
- Garage/Basement Floors
Concrete has long been one of the most versatile construction materials. A popular trend in recent years is decorative concrete-based creations designed to mimic more expensive materials such as granite, brick, and marble. The term for this technique is stamping, and allows homeowners and business owners to enjoy the beauty of more expensive surface materials without straining their budgets.