Chip Seal Paving is a fantastic alternative to asphalt because it is much more affordable but also much more durable! By saving money on your pavement and increasing the time between reseals, you will be saving money and adding value to your home!
Chip seal paving is widely becoming the surface choice for all Texas & Central Texas home owners. Texas and Central Texas home owners choose chip seal paving for its ease of application, attractive appearance, easy to maintain, durability, and affordability. If you are interested in finding out how a chip seal paving can increase your property value then call Joseph’s Chip Seal Paving at (682) 225-5578
Chip Seal Paving has can go by many names depending on the regional preference. At Joseph’s Chip Seal Paving we call our craft either chip seal paving, Texas Tar, Shoot and Chip, Sprayed Seal, Tar Chip Seal, and many other names. Ask us using any terminology and you will get the same response, that we can save you time and money on your project!
Every home, business, municipal building, or farm road has a different look and feel. With a Chip Seal Paving from Joseph’s you have the ability to choose the color of your pavement. This is as easy as choosing the color of the stone you want to use on your chip seal. No longer does your driveway have to be an eyesore. With Chip Seal Paving you can now have your driveway complement your landscaping or house!
Chip Seal Paving Benefits:
Enhances Surface Texture
Seals minor Cracks and fixes imperfections
Restores life to your weathered surface
Perfect for resurfacing or New Roads
Protects Underlying Pavement from Oxidation, Aging and Traffic Wear
Highly weather resistant
The Chip Seal Paving Process
The chip seal paving process is not only quick but also provides a much more durable surface. The expert chip seal pavers at Joesph’s starts by spraying hot rubber-based emulsion onto the surface. This is followed by immediately spreading a layer of uniformly-sized aggregate chips. You can choose from the color or the chip we use. Last the hot rubberized asphalt emulsion retains flexibility and doesn’t bleed through the aggregate overlay. Then the new surface is rolled to seat the aggregate. After a short curing time, the pavement is swept of the excess chips and is ready for use!