Here you can see McCormick Works, Inc. using the spray method of application. Look at those lines disappear!
"Best news of the day! Certified to have NO cancer causing PAH content. Folks know what you are allowing others to expose your children to ;as the parking lot maintenance is done at schools,ball parks, malls even hospitals. If it smells bad and makes you a little nauseous it's coal tar based, it can have serious health effects. Demand safe products, fair prices and quality licensed contractors to do your work."
-Martha Moore, President 10/25/2017
Rhynotite sealcoat is available in 5-gallon bucks, 55-gallon drums, 500-gallon totes, and in bulk. Call Martha at 479-997-2449 for a quote!
BORN FROM An Asphalt crew's PAST
Where other asphalt sealcoating supplies are dangerous, we have developed and committed to a product that doesn’t have a long-term, negative effect on our environment. We believe in selling a product that works effectively, is built to last, and has minimal impact on the environment.
Arkansas Company Goes Green as it “Paves the Way”
SealTite of Arklahoma, LLC Arkansas Company Goes Green as it “Paves the Way” Situation Martha Moore began her construction career in her father’s asphalt paving company, but has since paved a new path as the owner and president of SealTite of Arklahoma, LLC, based in Mulberry, Arkansas. During her journey, she saw a tremendous opportunity to steer away from asphalt maintenance products using traditional materials because of the health concerns. In 2012, Moore started SealTite and made the strategic decision to go “Green” for her customers. The company produces an environmentally-friendly sealcoat for driveways and parking lots—versus sealcoat that employs coal tar, a material linked by the CDC to an increased risk of various cancers. Solution Moore realized the need to dive into all aspects of managing her business and turned to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Since then, she has completed the SBA’s Emerging Leader’s training program that helps businesses expand, used SCORE mentors to help improve her business planning and operations, and has taken classes provided by SBA Resource Partners. Impact Over the last several years, SealTite has grown from just Martha to a full- and part-time staff of seven. She has purchased a 16-acre facility that includes offices, a showroom, and work area, and has experienced a 1,500 percent growth in revenue, from $25k to an average of $400k annually. From the owner “The SBA has been my best friend. When you have a dream of starting a small business, you have very limited budget to deal with,” said Moore. “But what I found (and I’ve never been let down by) is that I can go to my rep at the SBA office and tell them what is going on with me. If I need help with job costing, merchandising, advertising, whatever you can think of for a small business, you can get that help through the SBA.”
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Q: How often should I reseal my asphalt driveway/parking lot? A: As a general rule you should seal your driveway every 1 to 3 years. More specifically, if you can see the color of the individual stones that make up your asphalt surface, you know it's time reseal it.
Q: Should I fill these cracks in my asphalt? A: Most driveways will have at least a few cracks, which must be repaired before you apply an asphalt sealer. It's important to repair all cracks, even the smallest ones. If you don't, they'll only grow wider and longer over time.
Q: What is an asphalt emulsion? A: An asphalt emulsion consists of three basic components: asphalt, water and an emulsifying agent. An asphalt emulsion is a stable dispersion of asphalt cement droplets in water, which can be pumped, stored and mixed with aggregates.
Q: What is coal tar? A: As the name suggests, coal-tar is derived from coal. Coal tar is used primarily for the production of refined chemicals and coal-tar products, such as creosote and coal-tar pitch. Coal tar is proven to cause cancer.