Do you also
sealcoat parking lots?
Yes. About 1/3 of our business is patching, paving,
When can we have our driveway
We can usually
What time will you be coming?
Do we need to be home?
You do not need to be home. You may leave a check taped to the door. If you are not comfortable with that we can leave an invoice. It is very important that you contact us if you do not receive an invoice or simply mail payment to the address on your proposal contract.
When can we use our driveway?
Will you make sure not to get tar on our Brick? (or cement, or house etc.)?
We neatly brush all our residential
What can we do about the cracks?
Major cracks (1/4” wide and larger) are filled with a rubberized liquid
What is this hot applied
Although the cold pour crack filling products included in your quote do provide significant protection they will usually open up over the cold winter months. For more
Can you do the job any cheaper?
We will match any legitimate competitor’s price up to 15% who provides you a written proposal so we can make an apples to
Do you offer rebates if I refer someone?
We appreciate referrals. We will offer a 5 % rebate for 1-2 referrals and 10% for 2 or more referrals. These rebates are not combinable with multiple neighbor discounts or any other discounts.
How often do we need to
Why should I Be Wary This Year? and by the way, why is Suburban Seal Cote’s price higher than others I have heard of?
Sealcoating materials costs have increased dramatically in the last year. In addition our labor costs in particular have increased significantly. We try to pay very competitive wages with incentive to attract the best crew members.
So BEWARE of ANY company still offering “last year’s prices,” There are several new and “established” companies in our area who may be cutting materials (by diluting them) and operating without insurance or by doing the work too quickly or applying the sealer too thin. Suburban Seal Coating has spent years developing our reputation for quality and ethics and we will not compromise it by “cutting corners”. Think about it a moment; does it make sense for sealcoating & pavement services (which all involve petroleum) to be the ONLY thing that has gone down in price this year?