Chip Seal

Hot Tar and Chip was the first method of paving

Virtually every asphalt roadway or highway built in America before 1930 was done with tar and chip. Many country roads are still paved with chip seal and can be used wherever blacktop can. It's more affordable and requires little to no maintenance. We have both Commercial and Residential customers, From high profile homes to apartment complexes and everything in between, chip seal is perfect for long lanes, private roads and parking lots.

Our state-of-the-art computerized distributor truck applies a heavy coat of hot tar liquid A.C. to the entire surface being chip sealed. We then cover it with a layer of washed chip rock and lock it into place with a large rubber tire pneumatic roller. We repeat this process a second time, something not every chip seal contractor does as standard procedure. Their 2nd layer is always a separate charge. We do it right the first time.
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Why Choose Chipsealing

More traction

Is your parking lot or driveway on a hill or slight grade? Chip seal provides more traction when wet or icy.

Chip seal can be snow plowed—just keep the blade up about an inch.
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Hot Tar Chip Seal lets you keep that rural gravel country road and driveway look while having the convenience of not having to re-rock it every year or deal with dust, dirt and mud. Are you seeing a little bit of tar ! That's normal a good chip seal job will have some tar peaking through.
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Great value

It's known that hot tar chip seal is more cost effective than asphalt. It requires less money to install and has little to no maintenance needed. And according to the size of the area being covered, it can be close to half the price of asphalt, and about a third the cost of concrete. It also gives better traction on slopes and grades.
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Service Areas

We take sealcoating projects all around the Central Ohio area, including multiple cities around Columbus, as well as nearby suburbs. Here are a few of them:

Blacklick, Ohio
Canal Winchester, Ohio
Celina, Ohio
Delaware, Ohio
Greenville, Ohio
Hillard, Ohio
Lancaster, Ohio
Marion, Ohio
Marysville, Ohio
Newark, Ohio
Pickerington, Ohio
Powell, Ohio
Reynoldsburg, Ohio
Sidney, Ohio
Westerburg, Ohio

Our 3-step Chipsealing application process 

This is what our process looks like. 

Step 1: Tar application
Step 2: Apply chip rock layer
Step 3: The end result

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How To Get In Touch With Us

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18645 State Route 4
Marysville, Ohio, 43040

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