Asphalt Overlay Tips and Info for Everett WA Property Owners

When your commercial pavement has suffered from damage over a majority of the surface and you’re wondering if it needs to be replaced, there’s an asphalt repair service that can save it: asphalt overlay! This service is a great option for extending the life of your parking lot or any asphalt pavement, but it needs to be performed by a reputable paving company that knows your area.

Statewide Parking Lot Service Inc, Everett WA’s trusted paving company, has the latest asphalt repair techniques in order to bring our local customers the very best. That’s why we’ve compiled this handy guide to asphalt overlays for local commercial property owners.

Asphalt Overlay Tips and Info for Everett WA Property Owners

Difference Between Asphalt Overlay And Asphalt Sealcoating?

These two asphalt paving processes are similar but not exactly the same.

  • Asphalt Sealcoating – A thin layer of asphalt emulsions, additives, and very fine aggregates, and it’s meant to protect existing asphalt against wear.
  • Asphalt Overlay – A layer of actual asphalt pavement laid over an existing paved area.

Why Get Overlay Services?

An asphalt overlay is a good choice for pavement that’s damaged over less than a fourth of the total surface area, doesn’t have deep cracks, and has a stable base layer. Asphalt overlay is a good choice for a worn parking lot that’s had a couple potholes filled, for example, and it creates a new surface layer.

When is Overlay Not Enough?

If the pavement is seriously damaged, uneven, or cracked, an overlay won’t help, and it’s time for full depth asphalt replacement.

Statewide Parking Lot Service Inc, Everett WA’s Asphalt Overlay Experts

We have over 35 years professional asphalt paving experience in both Washington and Oregon, so our experienced paving contractors can repair your commercial pavement using the most advanced methods, including asphalt milling and overlay.

Contact one of our parking lot repair experts today to learn more!

Close-up of Asphalt paving machine and road construction crew resurfacing suburban road with a new layer of asphalt.