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The Last Word in Tarmac & Asphalt Restoration

Tarmac and asphalt are used widely for surfacing applications in both the domestic and industrial sectors. Their popularity stems from a number of reasons, including among other things their reliable durability and pleasing visual aesthetic. As time progresses, both of these qualities can diminish but restoring them is a matter of rapid simplicity with Adseal Tarmac and Asphalt Restorer, available at the most competitive price from Greengate's, your local builders merchant.

The first visual signal that tarmac or asphalt is beginning to deteriorate is a noticeable fading in its colour, which is usually black or red. This shows that the physical quality of the material is also diminishing. Adseal Tarmac and Asphalt Restorer, simply applied with brush, roller or sprayer helps to reinforce the compromised surface and restore its original colour.

Adseal Tarmac and Asphalt Restorer works by strongly binding aggregate into place, securing it together properly and imbuing it with the necessary strength to function optimally under the demands of frequent usage. The formula is guaranteed to increase the substrate's useful service life.

Usage is not the only factor that can damage the integrity of asphalt and tarmac surfaces: UV radiation from the sun also causes such surfaces to deteriorate (even in the UK climate!) Adseal Tarmac and Asphalt Restorer incorporates an effective shield against UV radiation, helping to stop the damage in its tracks, allowing the surface to maintain its original colour and also protecting against any further staining. After application, the formula dries rapidly, ensuring the shortest amount of downtime before the surface can be used once more.

Though the UK is currently under a third national lockdown due to COVID-19, we are pleased to announce that Greengate's, your local builders merchant, remains open for business.

Find out more details about Adseal Tarmac and Asphalt Restorer on the Greengate's website!

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