What Is Sealcoating?

Sealcoat material is poured onto a worn asphalt surface to rejuvenate it and prevent further damage.

How Frequently Is Sealcoating Required?

Schedule sealcoating services based on three factors:

The pavement’s age and condition
How often the pavement is used
Local climate and weather conditions

Reactive vs. Proactive Maintenance

Reactive Maintenance

Reactive maintenance is less effective because:

Preventative Maintenance

Proactive maintenance is the preferred approach because it fixes small problems before they worsen and prevents other problems from happening at all. Here are some additional benefits:

The Process

We follow these six steps for each sealcoating service:


We ensure the proper application of sealcoat material by eliminating debris and obstructions from the pavement. We also repair cracks, potholes, and other damages as needed.

Edge and Tape

We use tape or other materials to block off areas that don’t require sealcoat treatment.

Apply the Sealcoat

We apply the coal-tar-based or asphalt-based sealcoat material with a spray or squeegee system.

Coat Application

We equip the sealcoat with a sealant layer to ensure it adheres properly and has a smooth finish.

Dry and Cure

We wait 12 to 36 hours for the sealcoat to dry.

Striping and Markings

We apply new lane markings, parking spot lines, and other pavement markings as needed.

Our Service Areas

Texas’s Premier Paving & Concrete Provider

RDC Paving is the trusted name for reliable maintenance, repair, and installation services in communities throughout Texas.

Our Office:

120 Iron Horse Dr, Hutto, TX 78643
If you have a job outside of our service area, our Pave America partners can help.

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