How to Seal Your Driveway

Seal Your Driveway

Protecting your driveway from the elements is a necessity. It might take days, it might take weeks, it might even take years, but nature always wins. Just look at what a bit of water and wind did to the Grand Canyon!

However, if you properly seal your driveway, you can increase its erosion and weathering endurance ten fold.

Water Damage

Water is one of the most damaging enemies of an asphalt driveway. It can get into the cracks, freeze, and expand those cracks, or it can nurture and nourish plant life, the roots of which will ruin the driveway’s foundation. Either way, sealing your driveway against the elements mitigates all of these risks.

It’s Super Easy

Sealing your driveway with any kind of sealer is an incredibly simple task, especially if you’re using no-mix sealer. No-mix sealer enables you to get right to work the moment you open the pail.

Start by cleaning the driveway, picking out the weeds, and edge-trimming its borders. Once this is done, take out your asphalt squeegee and start pouring sealer.

This process might take you several hours, depending on how large your driveway is, so make sure to start in the morning to give yourself plenty of time before the sunlight fades.


One of the best ways to prevent additional weathering and erosion of your driveway is to seal it. It might take a few hours and you might need to ask somebody for a few pointers, but trust us, the work you do in one weekend could save you up to thirty years of stress.