A.A.T. Infrared, Inc. offers asphalt sealcoating services for both residential as well as commercial properties. Our seal coating specialists use high performance products mixed to manufacturers specifications and applied in professional and workmanlike manner.

Seal coating your asphalt surfaces can be completed during non-business hours to minimize any business disruptions, to avoid customer safety hazards and to assure parking lot availability.

One of the most damaging things to asphalt pavement surfaces is cracking. Cracks in your asphalt surfaces allow moisture to penetrate the pavement. In the winter this moisture can freeze causing a multitude of more serious problems. In the warmer months weeds or grass can grow in the cracks causing extensive damage. A crack is a future pothole waiting to happen.

Professional crackfilling and crack repair using specialized hot applied materials is best but if the cracks are not too numerous or large often the homeowner can be the first line of defense against the inevitable damage caused by cracks in asphalt pavement.

Crack Filling is the process of injecting a hot pour rubberized sealant into isolated cracks in the asphalt pavement to prevent water from penetrating the sub-grade and stone base.

If your asphalt driveway has cracks or your asphalt parking lot has cracks, it would be best to make crackfilling a priority. It's an investment that will pay for itself many times over by saving more extensive asphalt pavement maintenance and asphalt pavement repairs and by helping your pavement last as long as possible.

Do you need asphalt seal coating? In 2008 the cost of new asphalt nearly doubled, meaning that it is now more important than ever to extend the life of asphalt paving through the various means available to us. Furthermore, the like-new appearance of your paving is more inviting to customers and improves traffic safety.

Sealcoating is a process through which one or more layers of a coal tar pitch or asphalt cement mix is applied to asphalt parking lots, driveways and other asphalt paving surfaces. Asphalt sealcoating provides a new, rich, black appearance to asphalt and provides a protective barrier against asphalt damage caused by gasoline, oil, salt, water or ultraviolet rays. Sealcoating improves the exterior appearance of residential properties as well as to commercial business properties - while it increases the life of any asphalt paving area.

One of the most damaging things to asphalt pavement surfaces is cracking. Cracks in your asphalt surfaces allow moisture to penetrate the pavement. In the winter this moisture can freeze causing a multitude of more serious problems. In the warmer months weeds or grass can grow in the cracks causing extensive damage. A crack is a future pothole waiting to happen.

Professional crackfilling and crack repair using specialized hot applied materials is best but if the cracks are not too numerous or large often the homeowner can be the first line of defense against the inevitable damage caused by cracks in asphalt pavement.

Crack Filling is the process of injecting a hot pour rubberized sealant into isolated cracks in the asphalt pavement to prevent water from penetrating the sub-grade and stone base.

If your asphalt driveway has cracks or your asphalt parking lot has cracks, it would be best to make crackfilling a priority. It's an investment that will pay for itself many times over by saving more extensive asphalt pavement maintenance and asphalt pavement repairs and by helping your pavement last as long as possible.

And whether the work is done on weekends, at night, or in segments, there are usually several ways that we can schedule and manage your asphalt sealcoating and crack filling project to keep your business open. It is advised that we avoid traffic, water or other contaminants on a new seal coating project for a minimum of 18 to 36 hours. This allows for curing and proper setting of the materials used. We will work with you to create the best approach for your business.