Own An Asphalt Parking Lot? Two Benefits Of Having It Resealed

If you own an asphalt parking lot, you likely had it sealed soon after the asphalt was laid down.  However, since that time, you may have started to neglect the importance of making sure that your parking lot is properly sealed.  This could be because you don't want to invest the capital to have it done, or simply because you're too busy to think about it.  Learning more about the benefits of having your asphalt parking lot sealed will help you understand why you should make this maintenance a priority.

Resealing Your Asphalt May Actually Save You Money

If you've been holding out on resealing your asphalt parking lot because you don't want to part with the money, you may want to think again.  Failing to reseal your asphalt may end up costing you much more in the long run.

For example, the average cost to seal an asphalt parking lot ranges from .12–.20 cents per square foot.  This price is based on certain factors, one of which is the current condition of the area.  Compare this to the average price of $1.25–1.50 per square foot to have a parking lot repaved in the Mid-Atlantic Market.  Failing to seal your parking lot could mean that you are hastening the deterioration of your parking lot, which could mean that you'll soon find yourself having to shell out some serious bucks to get your lot back in good condition.

The saying, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" is operative in this regard.  Taking the time to have your lot sealed now, could mean that you won't have to deal with a crumbling lot later.

First Impressions Means So Much

Another reason why you should make it a point to have your asphalt resealed is because of the power of first impressions.  Don't think that customers have to sample your products to form opinions: They begin to process these impressions at lightning speed from the moment they set foot on your property.  The last thing you want is for people to turn away from your facility because they equate the condition of your parking lot with the quality of your product.  Maintaining a sealed parking lot that's in good condition is one measure you can take to possibly increase customer confidence.

Keeping your asphalt parking lot sealed is a great way to protect your investment.  Contact a paving contractor so you can have your parking lot resealed as soon as possible.

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