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The temperature needs to be above 50 degrees for 24 hours for a proper cure of sealer.
Depending on how tough the winter weather and traffic are on your asphalt we recommend every 2 to 3 years.
24 hours is recommended for proper cure of any sealer.
Yes we add silica sand to all our sealer to prevent slick conditions and longer wear of sealer.
We offer both spray and squeegee, the cost may vary depending on the size of the job.
We can lay binder asphalt with temperatures in the 40s and still get it compacted. Surface asphalt should be laid with temperatures at least 50 degrees for a good compaction.
New asphalt should be sealed when it starts looking dry, usually 3 to 6 months then every 2 to 3 years after.