Crack Sealing

Crack sealing is an important maintenance process that stops water from seeping into cracks and further deteriorating your asphalt surface and base. Failure to seal cracks results in further cracking, potholes and eventually a major breakdown, leading to unnecessary expensive repairs. Crack sealing is an extremely economical way of maintaining pavements. Midwest suggests to crackseal yearly to prevent any further damage.


Sealcoating will provide a layer of protection blocking out harmful intrusions such as water, oils, and U.V. damage, along with providing a slip-resistant surface with a deep black finish that beautifies the parking lot or driveway. Asphalt sealers are typically bituminous based products or acrylics. The sealcoat is in a liquid formulation of an emlusion, mixed with water, silica sand, polymer additives, and other proprietary fillers and solids. These products can be applied by brush, spray or squeegee. The earlier an asphalt sealer can be applied in the life cycle of the asphalt the better.

Air Injection Patching

Patching is the process of filling pothole or excavated areas in the asphalt pavement, which is necessary to restore the look and overall function of your pavement.


Professional line striping and pavement marking is critical for the safety and efficiency of any business. Central Minnesota residents rely on Midwest Asphalt Maintenance LLC for their commitment to safety and accuracy. Midwest Asphalt Maintenance LLC understands the importance and responsibility involved with providing an accurate and trustworthy striping service.

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