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Seal Coating

Seal CoatingAsphalt seal coating is a protective coating applied over the asphalt surface.  By sealing your asphalt, we are putting a protective barrier over the structure of the asphalt.  This seals out problems of extreme weather conditions in Central Oregon.

Sealcoat provides two essential benefits — surface preservation and aesthetic improvement. Asphalt is a complex mixture of stone, aggregate, mineral fillers and asphaltic binder, which are predominantly open chain in structure. The open chain provides easy access to weather, salts and chemicals that attack and disintegrate the asphaltic structure. This is also why you want to seal coat your new asphalt. In fact, a newly constructed pavement surface can completely separate and fall apart from the top down in 10 – 15 years if left unsealed. Sealcoating every 3-6 years prevents this erosion and breakdown while providing a smooth, black surface that is visually appealing. Many of our customers take a proactive approach to maintenance by sealcoating more often than they need to for surface preservation because of the substantial aesthetic improvement it provides. We can design a plan and proposal that fits your needs and objectives based on what’s most important to you.


  • Process is fast for less interruption of traffic and business flow
  • Saves you money by more than doubling the life of your asphalt
  • Sealing is waterproofing. It keeps out moisture that could corrode the sub-grade of your asphalt
  • Creates a barrier from harmful elements that could break down the asphalt
  • Seals in the beneficial properties that exist in asphalt pavement
  • Provides curb appeal of a new looking black appearance
  • Maintained pavement is much easier to keep clean

Crack Sealing

Crack SealingCrack sealing is the single most important step in pavement maintenance.

Because cracks are the most lethal problem a pavement can have, all cracks ¼ inch wide or wider must be sealed to prevent water infiltration and protect the life of the pavement. Small cracks (less than ¼ inch wide) are generally not sealed because the material will not penetrate the surface, and sometimes (though rarely) very wide cracks are sealed with sand-asphalt mixtures.

A number of materials are available for sealing cracks but the most well known and most cost-effective is hot-rubberized crack sealant. We use high quality crack sealer material that is specified for the climate in Central Oregon. This material is a hot application applied at 375 degrees Fahrenheit. It offers advanced low temperature bonding properties, prolonged resistance to degradation from weather and a positive seal during the expansion and contraction of the joint or crack.

Infrared Restoration

Infrared RestorationInfrared offers versatility when repairing failed asphalt and provides a quick, convenient and permanent solution for reoccurring problems such as potholes, utility cuts and manhole repairs.

Our infrared in place asphalt recyclers offer a cost effective method for asphalt repairs. The infrared repair process provides a seamless repair that costs less. Repairs are complete faster than traditional methods and outperform other heating technologies. For example, the “saw cut, remove and replace” method take twice as much time, more equipment and man power to complete basic asphalt repairs while leaving the customer with a “cold” seam around the perimeter of the repair. The seam around the repair is the weak point and is very susceptible to damage from water seepage and “freeze thaw.”

The infrared asphalt recycler heats the existing asphalt in and around the area of repair to over 300 degrees Fahrenheit: the same temperature as new asphalt when it comes out of the plant. At this heated temperature the softened asphalt can be re-worked. Once heated, a rejuvenation agent is mixed into the scarified asphalt to bring back the qualities of the old asphalt. Recycled or new asphalt may be added to bring a repair area up to grade if needed, before compaction. The results from the infrared repair are a permanent and attractive repair that has recycled the existing asphalt. Considering the ever increasing price of asphalt and paying to dispose of old asphalt, infrared is becoming the preferred “GREEN” alternative.

This process is intended for surface repair of existing localized pavement distresses due to normal use. If the pavement distress is caused by inadequate pavement thickness, weak sub-grade, poor quality of materials in adjacent areas and/or improper drainage of the pavement, the expected service life of the repair may be affected.

Why Use Infrared?

RECYCLE     Why waste perfectly good asphalt when you can recycle your existing asphalt?

PERMANENT REPAIR     Seamless welded edges and no saw cut joints to allow water seepage to deteriorate the repair.

COST EFFICIENT     Little new asphalt is required, no unnecessary equipment and less manpower per repair. The savings are passed on directly to the customer.

TIME SAVING     Eliminate saw cutting, jack hammering, loading, trucking and disposal. There is only one trip to the job site and there is no hole left in the parking lot during repair.

TYPICAL USES     Trip hazards, paving seams, isolated failures, catch basins, manhole repairs, bird baths, potholes, utility cuts, oil spot removal, decorative imprints and thermoplastic markings.


StripingYour parking lot is the gateway through which all of your customers, visitors and employees pass.  A great first impression is achieved by using high quality traffic paint and experienced professionals to ensure an accurate job.

We offer new parking lot striping and re-striping of your existing parking area. Central Oregon Asphalt Sealing LLC can do alphabetical and numerical signage for parking areas, curbside painting and install parking bumpers. We use high quality paints and experienced professionals to ensure an accurate job.