Sealcoating in Pollock Pines

Our family has been providing this service to Pollock Pines for 35 years, with nothing less than quality material, professional workmanship and competitive pricing. Each and every project is performed by the owner/operator of “SNS”, with unwavering principle, integrity and perfection. We take great pride in our work and complete satisfaction is guaranteed.

Why you should invest in Sealcoating your asphalt with Sierra Nevada now…

* Oil prices are increasing and that means the cost of asphalt increases dramatically!
* Maintain asphalt with Sealcoating and Hot-Tar Crack Filling for protection and avoid high future costs!

Sealcoating not only protects your asphalt but it also offers your Pollock Pines residence/business beautiful curb appeal with instant gratification.

Our brochures and website depicts the “12 reasons why 2 coats” as well as the “7 Stages of Oxidization” as well as 4 years of client references. As an incentive for customers who choose the “2 coat” treatment, you qualify for discounts, interest-free monthly payments, and future sealcoatings without incurring a single price increase.
This means that you will pay the same price today as you will 4, 6, 8 years down the road when your asphalt is ready to be maintained again. Quite risky, but we value everyone’s loyalty that much and we know that is a big reason why we are still in business.

* 1-Coat has its advantages as well, lower $ expense and short term protection/curb appeal and we do offer this pricing as well even though we highly recommend the “2 coat” treatment that will last you much longer and save you more.

Please give us a call with any additional questions that you may have, or to schedule an estimate.

Although asphalt has amazing adhesive and waterproofing properties, it has some serious disadvantages that originate from its chemical makeup. For one, Asphalt is a very complex mixture of thousands of chemicals. These chemicals are predominantly open chain in structure, it is this amount of un-saturation within their molecular structure that provides easy access to weather, salts and chemicals to attack and disintegrate the asphaltic molecules. As these molecules disintegrate, the asphalt in the pavement loses much of its original properties. At this time in the aging process of asphalt it will turn from a dark black color to brown to gray. If left untreated the asphalt will continue on its natural path of aging ultimately ending on cracking, alligatoring, and decomposition.