Pavement Crack Repair Services
While the terms crack filling and crack sealing are often used interchangeably, there are differences between these methods of pavement crack repair. Understanding these differences will help you make the most cost-effective choice and long-lasting solution for pavement crack repair treatment of your asphalt surfaces. Exit 7 Sealcoating offers a variety of residential and commercial pavement crack repair services including crack filling, crack sealing and poly patch. Our professional team serves New Jersey and Pennsylvania, call 609-424-3609 to discuss your needs today.
Pavement Crack Repair: Crack Sealing
Crack sealing is a method in which hot sealant is applied to working cracks in order to prevent water intrusion and further damage. Working cracks are both horizontal and vertical cracks that are greater than 0.1 inches; an example would be a transverse crack, which are usually the first to appear. Our crack sealant is rubberized and has the ability to seal the crack and stop water and debris from entering, while staying flexible with the pavement’s movement. This method is beneficial for active cracks that continue to extend in size and severity, the sealant protects the longevity of your pavement.