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What We Do

We provide services to help you properly maintain your blacktop driveway or parking lot. Generally, we repair any major cracks and pot holes, apply patches, and then we apply sealer which protects and prolongs the life of your blacktop. This also improves the appearance, leaving a clean, crisp, black appearance. We've been owned and operated by Rich DeSantis for over 20 years. We also provide paving and line striping services.

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  • My driveway looks wonderful!! You gave me a fair price and you responded quickly and professionally.

    Thanks very much. I will recommend you to my friends.

    Linda LemmonHaverford, PA
  • From start to finish you did a professional job. You listened to what we wanted and delivered on your promises.

    Please don’t hesitate to use Aimee or myself as a reference.

    Stephen SalaEagleville, PA
  • Thank you very much for the prompt and dependable service you provided in sealing our driveway. We appreciate the fact that our driveway was sealed on the day that was promised. We were so happy with the job that Tina recommended your company to her employer to have two company parking lots sealed and lined.

    Frank and Tina LicwinkoConshohocken, PA

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What’s the difference between spray sealing and hand applied sealing?

With spray sealing, we can adjust the sealer additives according to the needs of the surface to be sealed, depending on whether the driveway is exposed to full sunlight or in the shade, on a steep hill, etc.

How is sealer applied?

Hand application is used around loading docks, garages, walls, doors, sidewalks, Belgium block borders, pavers, and grass lines, to assure no overspraying will occur. Spray is used for the remainder of the surface with a spray gun to assure even coverage throughout the surface of the driveway.

How long after we accept your bid, before you come out to do the job?

Approximately 7 to 10 days after acceptance of bid. A little longer during peak season.

Why should I seal my parking lot?

Along with improved appearance, it is much more cost effective to maintain the parking lot by making necessary small repairs and applying sealer every two to three years, than to repair or resurface a parking lot which has been left to deteriorate over time.

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