Most frequent questions and answers
When we sealcoat you typically need to wait 24 hours before you can take a car on your pavement. This amount of time allows the sealcoat to fully cure.
Yes! Well, it takes some work, but ultimately, yes. We can help make those oil stains disappear, but it isn’t as easy as just applying sealcoat. Sealcoat has a difficult time bonding to oil stained areas. This means that before we seal we must prepare the oil stained area. Preparing this area is simple, but does add a little extra time and materials. First, we clean the area by scrubbing it with a wire brush and burning off any excess oil with a propane torch. Second, we apply an oil spot primer to the surface. Finally, we allow that primer to dry. Once dry we can apply sealcoat over that!
There are two big things. One, make sure you turn your sprinklers off! If we show up and your driveway is wet – we can’t sealcoat. Two, make sure your parking lot or driveway is clear of vehicles or other obstructions.
We don’t currently have any concrete services. However, if you are interested we can direct you towards other contractors.
The simple answer is yes. We take great pride in the work that we do and if you aren’t satisfied with your finished product – we aren’t either. We are building a business that will be around Bozeman for a long time and in-order to do that we need you to be happy with our work. On top of that – we just want to do good work.
Obviously the further away you are from Bozeman the more it will cost for us to show up at your doorstep. With that being said, traveling to you likely means that we will have an excuse to fish a new river or scout new hunting locations. Put simply – we want to work with you to make your remote project feasible. There are two big ways you can make your remote project feasible. One, get neighbors interested. Two, help us understand what your project looks like by sending us lots of current photos. If you can do both of those, we can make your remote project work! We would love to hear from you.