Asphalt Sealcoating in Post Falls, ID



Residential Sealcoating

Asphalt sealcoating protects your asphalt investment from deterioration and is key to keeping an attractive-looking parking lot or driveway. It’s the best and most cost-efficient way to avoid expensive repairs due to water damage, UV damage, and pavement failures.

American asphalt sealing offers asphalt sealcoating in Idaho and Washington to commercial and residential properties. Our professional work crews are highly experienced and offer quick job turn-around to minimize interruption of your business or home. 

Commercial Sealcoating

We use only high performance, commercial-grade materials on each job. Our professional spray equipment is built to handle materials of all different specifications for both commercial and residential asphalt sealcoating jobs.

Let us show you how regular sealcoating can extend your asphalt pavement life and produce a savings of more than 200% in the maintenance costs.

Parking lot repairs can be an expensive proposition. The cost of asphalt is relative to the cost of oil. As the price of oil goes up, so does the price of asphalt. Therefore, it is important to preserve your parking lot or driveway as long as possible.

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I'd like to talk about things you should know about asphalt sealing. Sealing your asphalt keeps it flexible so it doesn't crack as easily during the freeze and thaw here in the Pacific Northwest. When asphalt is left unsealed, the oils leave the asphalt which makes it brittle and cracks a lot easier. Of course, you have the "new look"'s nice to see a new-looking driveway or parking lot.

Now, I want to talk about what you can expect from a sealed driveway or parking lot and how long it lasts. The more water you have in a sealcoat the less sealcoat you have on your driveway. All quality sealcoat will have aggregates in the sealer (sand, rubber, and clay) to protect the oil in the sealcoat. If just oil is put down, the life of the sealer is greatly reduced. I have seen parking lots where oil was put down (css1) and 1 month later it's gone. At the end of the day, it is important to have a lot of clay, sand, and rubber if you want a long-lasting sealcoat.

Let's talk about scuffing. This is the one thing customers do not expect after a sealcoat... when tires are turned in one spot they leave marks...or if a tandem axel trailer turns, it scuffs it as well. The good news is, that after one year the curing process is complete and the scuffing will not harm your sealed asphalt.

American Asphalt - Parking Lot Paving
American Asphalt - Parking Lot Paving
American Asphalt - Parking Lot Paving
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Wonderful driveway sealed by American Asphalt. They sealed our driveway and three others in the neighborhood here in Rathdrum. They were on time, did a wonderful job, and were very professional. Great follow-up after the job was done.

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American Asphalt Sealing Inc. did a great job sealing my parking lot. They were efficient and they worked with our scheduling needs for closing the parking area. I will use them again in the future and recommend them without reservation.

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Make sure the proposed scope of work is sufficient to meet the necessary paving, repair, or maintenance procedures required for a complete construction process. A satisfactory resolution to your current pavement issues and resolution should be foremost.


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Compare the units of measurement listed on each proposal. This will assist in equally evaluating price quotes relative to the specifications provided by each contractor. Getting these right before the job starts will help extend the life cycle of your pavement.


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Quality materials are essential. Each project requires specific materials for durability and long-term performance. A reputable contractor will have a working relationship with several local suppliers making these resources available.


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Set an estimated date/time for the proposed work. Verify when the contractor can not only start but how long it will take to finish the project. Your business should not be inconvenienced more than what is required under, “standards of practice” for completion.


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Ask for current and past references with the job site locations. It’s doubtful you will be given a “bad” reference, however; you can visit site locations for expected levels of workmanship.  The Better Business Bureau, Chambers Of Commerce, and local material suppliers may also be able to offer insight into a Company’s history.


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Quotes received should be “competitive”. Very low bids often indicate specifications, materials or performance may be compromised. Be certain all costs associated with the project are stated in the proposal. The potential for additional costs should be specified and or discussed prior to the start of the project.