Spray seal, which can also be known as Chip Seal, acts as a water proofer.  It is an adhesive and is skid resistant.

It is a thin layer of bitumen emulsion followed by a layer of aggregate.  The process is repeated for a standard two-coat application.

However, if an existing seal needs repair, a single coat re-seal may be used.  Spray seal delivers a more cost effective solution

and is commonly used for:

  • Larger Driveways
  • Rural Driveways
  • Low Traffic Car Parks
  • Patching
  • Subdivisions
  • Highways
  • Both Rural and Urban Streets

The end product of a Spray Seal is a courser finish, with a small amount of loose stone, or more stone if wanted, which is left to bed in over time.

Coloured stone may also be used on the topcoat.