Resurfacing VS Sealcoating: What's the Difference?
What is Resurfacing?
Resurfacing your asphalt driveway means laying a new layer or coat of asphalt over your existing layer. This usually adds 1”-2” of asphalt and corrects structural damage.
What is Sealcoating?
Used primarily for preventative measures, sealcoating restores the rich color of new asphalt, protects asphalt from the sun, and fills minor imperfections in the driveway, but doesn’t repair or restructure the driveway.