If you're selling your home, you know the typical advice: Add a coat of paint Take down family photos Keep your lawn tidy Mop your floors But, as we all know, the housing market has gotten a little out of hand lately and sticking with the basics probably won't cut it anymore. Its time to … Continue reading Seal Your Driveway for Instant Curb Appeal
You're only as good as the tools you use. Cliché? Absolutely. But true nonetheless. Atlas Seal believes in providing the best work, achieved firstly through dedication, patience, and experience, and secondly through the use of quality machinery. The sealing unit is mounted on the back of a Chevy Silverado 1500, a powerful tool in its … Continue reading Our Sealing Machine
Your driveway can be re-sealed from April to October, whenever the weather permits. No snow. No rain. The sealer will take 48 hours to dry. Especially no hurricanes. A couple of days above 10 degrees, below 30. No extremes. T-shirt weather. Maybe a small breeze. Definitely no earthquakes. - The Atlas Seal Team Book your … Continue reading Optimal Sealing Conditions
There are generally two types of pavement sealers: Tar-based Asphalt-based Tar-based sealers have been used for a long time because they perform the best against water seepage and chemical damage (such as oil and gas). Tar-based sealers protect your asphalt the longest (from 3 to 5 years), and have stronger cohesion and adhesion to the … Continue reading Types of Sealers
You're a home owner. You know that owning a house means constant upkeep, repair, and renovation. You know that your home is your most valuable asset and that it will appreciate with time - but ONLY if you take care of it! Like all things in life, your driveway will crack and fade with time. … Continue reading Why Seal Your Driveway?