What is chip sealing?
Chip sealing is a thin film of heated asphalt liquid sprayed on the road surface or base stone followed by the placement of small aggregate ("chips"). The chips are then compacted to orient the chips for maximum adherence to the asphalt, and excess stone is swept from the surface. This protects the pavement from the effects of sun and water, increases skid resistance, fills small cracks and other surface defects.
Why is chip sealing done?
It's great for new driveways, roads and parking lots it's cost effective costing a third of the cost of asphalt paving. It's a quicker process to install the materials. It's also great for overlaying old tired driveways, paving and concrete. Great for larger areas that need to be paved on a more cost friendly budget but also looks great!
With a more rustic look it's great for lanes and large driveways with a choice of different colors of stone to choose from.
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