Antelope Hills HOA – Sealcoat Project

Project Title – Antelope Hills HOA – Sealcoat Project

 Live Current Status: Project will begin on Monday July 22nd.

 Latest Update – There are no current updates.

 Project Start Date: July 22nd

Project Completion Date: The final phase of the project will be completed on July 30th

 Expected Road Closure Hours: Each section will be closed from 7:30am until the following morning.

 Project Manager: Chris Soria

                            Cell Phone: 510-366-4204

                            E-Mail Address: csoria@blackdiamondpaving.com

Antelope Hills HOA – Sealcoat Notice – 5-19

Antelope Hills Site Phasing Map – 5-19

Park Almaden HOA – Post Project Details

SCUFFING IN NEW SEALCOAT – ITS NORMAL.

It may look scary and sometimes ugly.  Scuffing and light tracking is common in brand new asphalt and fresh sealcoat especially right after the project and on warmer days for the first year as the asphalt and surface treatments cure. Scuffing does not compromise the quality of the product or surface treatment and will mend away over time.

Why Does it happen?

The new sealcoat is a made of a rather stout asphalt emulsion which is designed to protect the surface of the asphalt for a period of 4-6 years.

Scuff marks are caused by power steering  “3-point turns” and typically seen near driveways, in cul-de-sacs and turn areas and stopping points from trash and delivery trucks.  Scuffing will tend to slow down 6-8 weeks after the sealcoat project is performed as the material takes some time to fully cure.  These marks are superficial in nature and mend away from normal use taking on a much smoother and uniform appearance.

Below is an example of a freshly sealed road.  The scuff marks are clearly visible and after a few weeks these marks faded away and the roads looked great!

This is the same area two weeks later after a new striping layout was introduced.

(Project: Moncado Springs HOA – Vista California 2017)

 

 

 

City Homes East Sealcoat Project

SUNRISE HOA – SEALCOAT PROJECT UPDATE

WE ARE RETURNING – FRIDAY JUNE 14th

Remaining Section of Road will be completed on the above date and closed for 24 hours to cure.

USE CAUTION AND DRIVE SLOWLY – TWO WAY TRAFFIC

Martinique will remain open to thru traffic – The work will directly impact two homes meaning their driveways will be blocked during the project and the remaining cure time.  (See Map)

No Street Parking where the road will be split – This is very important so that we have the room to safely perform the work.

Six Common Sealcoat Misconceptions – 1-16

You can contact Erin Clark from Black Diamond Paving at (510) 688-0375 – call or text 

A COUPLE OF POST PROJECT NOTES: SCUFFING IN NEW SEALCOAT – ITS NORMAL.

It may look scary and sometimes ugly.  Scuffing and light tracking is common in brand new asphalt especially on warm days for the first year as the asphalt cures. Scuff marks from Heavy trash trucks and 3-point turns near driveways, cul-de-sac turns and stop areas are where its typically seen.

No worries, these marks will mend and fade away over time and the road will take on a much more smoother appearance.

“Properly installed and compacted asphalt has an appearance that may look porous to some customers. The surface will wear in and take on a smoother appearance from vehicle traffic in the months following installation”.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us.