19 Oct, 2017

Tarmac & PIC sealing

" Stop! "  Don't go the expense of laying new tarmac.

We can clean and seal tired old tarmac surfaces restoring them back to their fresh, newly laid look 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The benefit of the treatments offered by us for paved surfaces is obvious, but other surfaces also lose their original texture and colour. In the case of tarmac surfaces it is possible to not only just pressure wash these surfaces to clean them, but also to treat them with a restoring agent. The dramatic difference is self evident as the material is being coated on the treated surface as in the image below. 

Further advantages to the tarmac sealer are listed below.       

 

 

 

 

  • Protect against normal wear and tear
  • Enable's easy-clean of oil leaks and fuel spillages 
  • Severely inhibit's weed, algae and moss growth as the coating is blended with a fungiside.
  • Prevent's cracks appearing
  • Binds loose stones to the surface.
  • Available in black, red, and green
  • Can be applied all year round 

     

     

     

    This vast improvement has been achieved without the expense of relaying fresh tarmac.
     

              

      

     

    The following pictures show a tired and worn tarmac driveway in Northampton with damaged edges and moss. This driveway was cleaned before I applied a moss treatment which was allowed to work for a few days before returning to carry out repairs along the edges by filling with Tarmac repair compound and then restored with Tarmac restorer to replace the lost resin and colour.

    Repairs to Tarmac Drive in Northampton

     

    Restored Tarmac Driveway after sealing with Tarmac Restorer in Northamptonshire

     

    Commercial Tarmac cleaning in Rothwell, Northamptonshire.

     I visited the site and applied a weed and moss killer 14 days before cleaning. I then returned a power jet washed the entire area before applying a second weed and moss treatment to help prevent regrowth.

     

     

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    Tarmac cleaning and sealing

    Tarmac repairs

       











     

    Over time through wear and tear the tarmac surfaces can tend to break up a little. With our winter climate in the UK the freeze thaw cycle damages the binding agent, allowing the aggregate to break away and create small holes and craters, as in the image top left.

    In the picture sequence above right the defect has been repaired to ensure that an overall even surface is obtained.

                     

           

     

    As you can see in the image to left the tarmac surface has been coated, and the repair cannot not be seen.  The following image is the completed project,  beleive it or not the tarmac surface is 30 years old and looks as good as new.

    So dont panic before you even consider a new surface,  we offer a free consultancy and quotation service it's easy to contact us we will meet you on site to offer our considered opinion on how to acheive your improvment goals and save ££££££££££'s against a new surface.

    2. Resealing Pattern Imprinted Concrete

    After some time apart from becoming dirty, pattern imprinted concrete looses its shine. To restore the surface to its original quality it is possible to reseal the surface with an acrylic sealant. Depending on the degree of degradation the most appropriate sealant is selected from the range at our disposal and applied in a systematic way to produce a finish up to the original standard. Some examples of cleaned and resealed driveways are shown in the pictures that follow.