Walker-Moody Construction, which specializes in asphalt maintenance, can take any driveway or commercial property and give the existing asphalt or concrete a fresh look. And with more than 100 years of service in Hawaii under its belt, Walker-Moody Construction has the experience to get any job done.

So, what are you waiting for? Sometimes when you look at your asphalt or concrete, you may like it’s in good shape. But if there’s cracking, you shouldn’t let these problems go untreated!

The best time for sealing is as soon as possible after a crack develops. A crack can continue to widen, so crack sealing must be continued to be effective. Failure to seal cracks properly may lead to further and more severe pavement damage from water intrusion.


Walker-Moody Construction is an authorized installer of SealMaster Hawaii. SealMaster offers a variety of coldor hot-applied products to seal what you have. Sealing cracks with Walker-Moody’s products is relatively simple and inexpensive, and can delay major maintenance if properly used.

To repair cracks in your pavement or concrete, there are a couple of steps: First, you need to clean the cracks so they are free of grass or any other loose debris. Second, make sure the surface is dry. Third, apply cold crack filler such as Acrylic Crack Filler (1 gallon) or hot-crack filler such as CrackMaster PL (flexible parking lot formula). If a cold filler is applied, it needs to cure for a few hours. But if a hot filler is used, the area can be opened for vehicular traffic within five minutes.

For a free estimate, contact Walker-Moody Construction at 839-2781. Company representatives will come out and review your property, measure the asphalt for accuracy, provide recommendations in a formal proposal and deliver your project on-time and on-budget.

Whether you want a quick fix or a long-term solution, give the professionals at Walker-Moody a call because they can fix it all.

CONTACT: 839-2781 • construction@walker-moody.com
WEBSITE: www.walker-moody.comwww.sealmasterhawaii.com



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