Asphalt is remarkable in its durability and value as a parking lot surface. Like any building material exposed to the weather and constant traffic, asphalt will suffer damage depending on its age and construction quality. Cracking and broken areas will grow exponentially if left untreated. The best time to repair areas is at the point the areas are small. If deterioration is left unchecked, the parking surface may require a complete overlay. Proper specification of repair methods is critical to maintaining a sound parking surface.

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Regular sweeping of your parking lot ensures a presentable, clean environment. Besides cleaning unsightly paper trash, a quality sweeping service removes dirt, rocks, and sandy grit that will impact your asphalt’s longevity as cars grind it against its surface. Cleaning can be done day or night, depending on your tenants needs. For those really dirty surfaces, Coast can also wash your lot down with high pressure flushing to make it look clean and new again.

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The look of new asphalt is stunning to the eyes of any prospective tenant. Sealcoating of the surface can preserve that perfect new pavement appearance along with protecting the surface against the ravages of weather and traffic. The sooner a pavement gets sealed, the smoother the surface remains. We can brighten old, tired surfaces with a fresh coat of sealer but damaged asphalt areas will need to be fixed to keep the integrity of the surface. We encourage all of our clients to seal the surface while it is new to cut off this damage from destroying the soundness of your asphalt investment.

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In the Northwest, we are blessed with over 30 inches of annual rainfall. Often overlooked is the storm water this rainfall creates on our paved surfaces.  As it makes its way to the catch basins, curb inlets, and other structures which lead to our streams and rivers, this water picks up a host of contaminants from the pavement. Fortunately, the issues surrounding how to keep storm water from polluting our waterways have inspired a number of products and processes to protect our environment. 

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HA5 High Density Mineral Bond

Pavement Preservation is the new buzz word surrounding asphalt pavements.  Clients who manage pavement are seeking to extend the life of pavements as the cost of asphalt has doubled over the past decade.  The newest innovation in pavement preservation is HA5 High Density Mineral Bond.

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