Asphalt Sealcoating Abbotsford & Fraser Valley

Topwest Asphalt has worked hard to improve and refine the materials and techniques we use to seal and repair driveways and parking lots. We are confident that customers will find our work of the highest quality, giving them the best value for their dollar and delivering outstanding customer service in the process.

Why Seal coat?

Sealcoating helps to protect asphalt against the damaging effects of the sun, from chemical attack by petroleum products and road deicers, and from water penetration, all of which can cause the pavement to crack and fail. Sealcoating can significantly prolong the life of your pavement, and keeps it looking like new throughout its lifespan.

Asphalt Driveway Repair & Maintenance

Preserve, Protect, and Beautify your Pavement

A sealcoat is a protective film that will wear away over time, particularly in high wear areas like wheel paths. A good rule of thumb is to have your pavement sealcoated every one to three years, depending on traffic patterns. This provides a consistently high level of protection for the pavement, ensuring that it will last longer. Many Topwest Asphalt customers have their pavement maintained every year to refresh its dark black appearance.

How Sealcoating Is Performed

Sealcoating is a relatively straightforward 7-step process. We strongly recommend having it done professionally, but DIY aficionados with strong backs and good equipment may prefer to do it themselves. Here are the steps.

1. Check the Weather: A sealcoat needs time to cure, so look for a clear, dry weather window of at least 4-5 days.

2. Trim and Tape: Cut back all grass and shrubbery from the edges of the asphalt, then use painters’ tape to tape off brick, concrete, gutters, and other surfaces nearby.

3. Clean the Asphalt: Use a broom or leaf blower to remove all leaves, dust, and debris. Remove oil stains with a degreaser and pick all weeds. Then use a pressure washer to thoroughly clean the asphalt and let it dry for 24 hours.

4. Patch Cracks and Holes: Fill in cracks smaller