Kane Paving & Sealcoating, Inc.



With 20 plus years of experience, we know a thing or two about asphalt paving, concrete paving, and sealcoating. Below is a list of questions we get asked very frequently. Have a question that is not on the below list? Check out our service page for more information or contact us and we will answer your question as soon as possible!

Asphalt FAQs

Asphalt Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of an asphalt driveway compared to a concrete driveway?
  • Asphalt fights the effects of rock salt much better than concrete
  • Asphalt is more durable and lasts longer
  • The cost of asphalt is less than concrete (sometimes half the price!)
  • Easier to maintain – concrete will eventually crack and when it does there is no way to repair your concrete driveway without replacing it.
After paving, how long before I can park my car on my driveway?
We recommend staying off the driveway for a full three days. Note: hotter temperatures may require your vehicles to remain off your driveway for longer than three days.
What are contributors to asphalt deterioration?
Traffic, wear and tear, weather, sunlight / UV rays, water, oils, and freezing temperatures.
When do you do estimates?
Saturdays primarily and periodically throughout the work week.

Sealcoating FAQs

Sealcoating Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best time of the year to sealcoat?
May to September is the best time of year to sealcoat.
Can sealcoating repair large cracks or little spider cracks in the pavement?
No. Sealcoating cannot repair large cracks or little spider cracks in the pavement.
How long until I can walk on my newly sealed driveway?
We recommend refraining from walking on your newly sealed driveway for 24 -48 hours to allow time for the fresh coat to fully dry.
How often should my driveway be seal coated?
New driveways should be seal coated 90 days after the initial installation. After the initial sealcoat, regular sealcoating is recommended to be treated every 2-3 years to maintain your new asphalt driveway and protect it from UV rays, automobile chemicals, rain, freezing temperatures, etc.
How long does it take to reseal a driveway?
Approximately 1-2 hours depending on the size of your driveway.