Asphalt sealants, like just about everything else these days, have come under tighter regulations. All because of a byproduct in sealant that’s called “Coal Tar.” Coal tar is a heavily refined product, and because of the amount of coal tar that resides in asphalt sealant, our industry had to start conforming in 2009.
Our industry has constantly evolved to make better and better products! Products that not only conform but perform and are environmentally safe. Its taken years, but they have developed Asphalt Sealant products that are formulated not only to conform but also to hold up to the effects of weathering from the outdoor elements over time. Few manufacturers understand how to manufacture suitable asphalt sealants indeed. Arnold Asphalt Prides itself in applying Brewer® Coat Asphalt Products, which have proven time and time again to be leaders in this industry. Protect Your Investment today! Call Arnold Asphalt for a free quote. We offers sealant treatment services in Bloomington, Ellettsville, Nashville, Brown County, Stanford, Martinsville, and Bedford, Indiana. We can assist you in the seal coating project by filling out our online form or calling directly.
Advancing technology plays an important role in everyday life. When it comes to the asphalt paving industry, however, you likely don’t think about how new technology plays a role in the repair and installation process of asphalt paving. While some may get excited about the latest tablet to hit the market, we asphalt professionals get excited about new grading and slope technology and the advancement in asphalt mixes. Laser-guided A…Read More
It is recommended to seal your driveway every two to five years. Though, if you can see the color of the stones that make up the asphalt, it is time to seal it again. Ideally the best time of year for driveway sealcoating is between May and October. More specifically, the summer months. Here’s why. Hot and dry The heat helps dry the sealer faster, that’s why the humidity needs…Read More
Pavement failure is caused by a number of variables including, water intrusion, stress from heavy vehicles, expansion and contraction from seasonal temperature changes, and sun exposure. It is important to keep up with proper maintenance like crack and asphalt sealing to prevent cracks from spreading or forming. Cracking Asphalt cracking by far makes up for the majority of pavement failure issues because of its tendency to spread and the wide…Read More