L & L industries is not just about servicing asphalt

Asphalt Maintenance


In addition to routine inspections and ongoing maintenance, sealcoating  asphalt pavement with a coal tar or asphalt-based emulsion slows  pavement deterioration by protecting against the enemies of a parking  lot. However, for maximum benefit, sealcoat needs to be applied  approximately 12 months after the initial application and then on a  regular basis, about every 24 to 48 months, thereafter.

Crack Sealing

 Proper attention to cracks prevents problems from spreading and doubles  the life of the pavement. Pavement repair in early stages of  deterioration pay big dividends later delaying costly resurfacing. 


 Sealcoating is one of the most important elements of a pavement  management plan. A sealcoat consists of either coal tar pitch or asphalt  cement mixed with inert fillers, water, emulsifying agents, or  additives. Applied in thin coats, pavement sealing is used to protect  off-highway pavement surfaces against gasoline, oil, salt, water, and  ultraviolet rays. 

Pavement Marking

 A well-marked parking lot directs people safely around the parking area.  Crosswalks, stop bars, loading-zone markings, and properly marked  pickup areas, such as for customers or boarding vehicles, inform  pedestrians where they should walk, when to give right-of-way to  traffic, and what areas to avoid. 

Sports Surfaces

 The sports surfacing process includes the installation of a series of  coatings. The initial courses are made up of multiple layers of a  special acrylic material designed to fill in any voids and smooth out  any imperfections in the asphalt or concrete base. 

Storm Basin / Drainage

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