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Make Your Pavement Look New Again

Chip seal is a protective wearing surface that can be applied to new pavements. It can also be applied to aging pavements with surface distress. The chip sealing process slows the aging process of paved roads and reduces the need for frequent resurfacing. It provides an effective moisture barrier for the underlying pavement against water intrusion by sealing cracks in the pavement.

Chip seal prevents deterioration of the asphalt surface from the effects of aging and oxidation due to water and sunlight. It is a quick and easy way to fill cracks and potholes. Compared to filling these imperfections individually, this process gives a smoother surface.

What are the Benefits of Chip Seal?

  • Can be used as a protective surface
  • Can be applied to aging pavement
  • Improves the look of your pavement
  • Provides a moisture barrier

About Seguin

Seguin or Séguín is a French and Gascon name. It may be a Frankish name, from Germanic origin (sig-, that is, "victory", cf. modern German sieg, and -win, that is, "friend", related to modern English "win"). Seghin, Sigiwinus, Siguvinus, Siguinus, Siguin, Sigiwin, Sigwin, Sigoin and Segouin are alternate variants. According to Jean de Jaurgain quoting primary source Saint Andrew of Bordeaux, the original Vascon name written in Latin was Sihiminum, related to Basque Seme(no), meaning 'son' (cf. ancient Aquitanian Basque "seni" meaning 'boy' > modern "sehi"). It is also spelled Scimin, Skimin, Scemenus, Semen, Semeno, Xemen, or Ximen and gave rise to the Castilian Ximeno and Jimeno. Both Semen and Seguin, unrelated names, are found in sources.