If you live in a subdivision, you’re probably very familiar with your Homeowners Association and rules. At Cassidy Paving, we have extensive experience working with HOAs to provide paving and sealcoating solutions for entire neighborhoods. There’s nothing more important than preserving your roads for the safety of your neighbors, but sealcoating also protects your pavement investment from the elements, such as rain, UV rays, and even from chemical spills. Here is how our crew provides top-notch sealcoating services for HOAs across Massachusetts.
Before any work can begin, you should be certain of the ins and outs of the area including the scheduling, permitting, and compliance requirements of subdivision paving. These can be complex and time-consuming steps, regardless of how well-versed a company is at dealing with these types of multi-layered projects. You should not trust this to an inexperienced company. At Cassidy Paving, we know that these projects need to be done as swiftly and safely as possible due to the proximity of homes to the paving site, as well as uphold HOA regulations. Our goal is to minimally disrupt the lives of residents within the subdivision while delivering an expert installation process that will be dependable and have a beautiful end result which will be HOA compliant, safe, and aesthetically pleasing.
Once you pave within a subdivision, you will want to extend the life of your asphalt for as long as possible. Since paving can be inconvenient for homeowners, the less disruption to their daily life the better. Sealcoating is like an insurance policy on the durability and reliability of your asphalt. It helps prevent cracking, potholes, and divets in the pavement as well as adds years to the lifespan on the asphalt. This not only adds protection for the road, but for the drivers during winter storms. Once the snow begins to fall across New England, sealcoating can also help to thaw the roadways much faster than those without it, allowing drivers to get around safely on drier roads.
When to Sealcoat?
Once your subdivision has new asphalt pavement installed, sealcoating will need to be completed, but not right away. Sealcoating should be applied to the top layer of your pavement somewhere typically between 3 and 12 months after the initial asphalt service. Any coating done prior to this timeframe will not allow the pavement to properly cure. Once that first coat is applied, it will need to be reapplied every 2-3 years. Our crew will keep an eye on the condition of your pavement to determine the actual timeline for reapplication.
Choose Cassidy Paving
When it comes to paving and sealcoating for HOAs, you have many options from which to choose from across Massachusetts. Cassidy Paving offers superior service because we are completely focused on delivering a superior site on schedule and within budget. If you want to talk to one of our experts about the particulars of your HOA and subdivision, give us a call today at 866-978-9788. Estimates are always free.