What should I use to seal an asphalt driveway?

Answer On One Hand: Coal Tar Sealants Are More EffectiveMost consumer driveway sealants have either coal tar or asphalt as their base. Coal tar sealants remain the most popular because of their greater du... Read More »

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Should I Seal My New Asphalt Driveway?

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When should you seal a new asphalt driveway?

On One Hand: Wait three monthsAccording to, new asphalt should not be cured for at least ninety days from completion (three months). After an initial seal, a driveway should be cur... Read More »

Should I seal coat my asphalt driveway?

On One Hand: Seal Coat Your Asphalt DrivewayAn asphalt driveway must be seal coated in order to ensure long life. An unsealed driveway will crack, allowing water to enter and freeze, which further... Read More »

How long should I wait to seal coat a new asphalt driveway?

New asphalt driveways should cure for a year before they are sealed. Two coats of sealer should be used in the first application, and one coat for every application afterwards.References:B&C Blackt... Read More »