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Asphalt Sealcoating


Protect Your

Continued exposure to Midwestern winters can cause pavement to break down over time. Sealcoating and crack filling not only enhance the your driveway or parking lot’s appearance, but act as a protective barrier preventing destructive water, salt and other chemicals from penetrating and breaking down the surface. Studies have shown that a proper preventative maintenance program can save thousands of dollars over the lifetime of your asphalt. A properly installed, quality sealcoat product will protect the asphalt from fuel, oil, weather and traffic wear. If sealcoating is avoided, cracks can start forming in the asphalt, which then leads to potholes.

Protect your investment! Contact Family Asphalt today for a free estimate.

Asphalt Crack Repair

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Proper Preparation
Before Sealcoating

With warm weather comes maintenance and repairs to parking lots and driveways. Sealcoating your parking lot or driveway is an easy way to extend the life of the asphalt and improve the curb appeal of your property – saving you money in the long run. Crack sealing is the first line of attack in a pavement maintenance program. Done properly it can add 5-7 years or more to a pavements lifecycle. Studies indicate that the longest lasting method is performed in 3 steps:

1. Prep the crack with a crack saw. This opens up the crack, creates a reservoir and preps the edge for better bonding.

2. Clean the crack with dry, clean compressed air or for the best results, use a Heat lance. A heatlance removes not only dirt but moisture and vegetation. The heat lance also heats the old surface which helps in bonding with the new sealant. Cleaning is the most important step in the process

3. Seal the crack with a quality polymer modified brand name rubberized hot-pour sealant. Hot-pour sealant is proven to last up to ten times longer the cold applied products in flexible pavements.

Does your asphalt need repair? Protect your investment! Contact Family Asphalt today for a free estimate.



Pothole Repair


Does Your Pavement
Look Like This?

If a driveway is in relatively good condition but there are one or two bad areas, cutting and patching may be an option to consider. Family Asphalt can patch your asphalt using our proven 4-step process.

1. We saw cut the perimeter of the area to be patched and remove the asphalt.

2. The area will be prepared the same as with paving. We apply tack coat adhesive to the vertical edges of the patch. This will help bond new asphalt to old.

3. Then, we pave the area with new asphalt.

4. As a final step in the patching process, we feather the edges of the patch.



Parking Lot Striping

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Professionally Strip
Your Parking Lot

A well-marked parking lot promotes safety and convenience by informing your customers where to park, stop or walk. A professionally striped and marked parking area will accomplish the following:

1. Provides a safer parking environment for both drivers and pedestrians traveling to your property

2. Increases efficiency and flow. In busy lots, this often results in a reduced number of lost customers and accidents

3. Improves the overall aesthetics of your location

Have Family Asphalt mark your parking lot by calling: 414-687-6108.



Tennis Court Resurfacing


More Than Just
A New Coat of Paint

Tennis court resurfacing is not merely painting a tennis court. Our four to five coat system allows us when resufacing a tennis court to basically give the court an entirely new surface, not a paint job. Before color and our razor sharp lines hit your court, there is lots to be done.

The court is cleaned and the cracks and holes are filled with an acrylic court patch binder, cement and silica sand mixture. After the cracks are filled, it’s time to give the court a new canvas. We apply a 100% acrylic black resurfacer. Additional, imperfections to the court are fixed at this time. In some cases, as second coat of black resurfacer is required to further remove imperfections in the court.

Finally the top coats and markings are applied and the court.

Call Family Asphalt to get an estimate on resurfacing your tennis court.



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