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Cracks in a driveway or parking lot are a huge problem. They spread, allow water to get inside and underneath your asphalt as well as giving grass and other vegetation a home to grow in the middle of your asphalt which leads to more cracks forming. This kills the life and looks of your asphalt driveway or parking-lot. That's why it is so important to get these cracks filled. But as most of you know normal crack filling isn't a great solution. These products do very little to help major cracks and they don't last. We have the solution! "Hot Rubber Crack-filling" The best crack filling solution on the market! We heat specially designed asphalt rubber compound to around 500 degrees. Then expertly pour it into all major cracks. No crack-filler is permanent but Hot rubber is the best option available. Click above or call us to learn more and to get a Free Estimate. (This service is available as a stand alone and sealcoating is recomended but no required)

What is "Hot Rubber" Crack-Filling?


Hot rubberized crack filling has a reputation for having the lowest failure rate of the methods used to repair cracks.

That's why we use it at Affordable Sealcoating.


Cracks in asphalt are caused by oxidation, drying out and shrinking of asphalt, poor installation, water penetration and the freeze/thaw cycle in cold climates. Proper crack sealing creates a seal between asphalt and the asphalt sub-surface to inhibit water from penetrating and causing extensive asphalt repairs.


A thorough routing of cracks prior to sealing provides a clean, uniform reservoir for the crack sealant to seat correctly while distributing the proper amount to every crack for maximum bonding to the sidewall of the crack. Routing is always recommended for commercial applications that have never been hot rubber sealed.

Cracks repaired with hot rubber filling are projected to typically last three to five years. SCHEDULE YOUR ESTIMATE 

How to fix driveway Cracks?
Asphalt Cracks are an invitation to moisture and harmful chemicals to seep into the pavement’s base and ruin your driveway. As this moisture expands and freezes, the pavement will break and the driveway will fail. To prevent this, we install a high-quality, hot applied crack and joint sealant to your cracks before sealcoating. Although this crackfill is visible, the sealed cracks prevents moisture for causing further damage. SCHEDULE YOUR ESTIMATE 
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