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If you consider yourself reasonable at DIY, it is well worth looking at buying the tarmac paint materials you need and saving money on labour costs.

There are many tarmac driveways and footpaths across the UK and whilst tarmac painting or coating is still in its infancy here it is very much commonplace in the USA and Canada. A fresh application of tarmac restorer on tarmac and ashphalt surfaces should be carried out every 3-4 years to keep your tarmac driveway looking as good as new.

If you need to make good any cracks to the surface of the tarmac prior to painting, you can use tarmac crack repair compound. Pot-holes and other defects such as broken areas of tarmac can easily be 'patch repaired' using our cold lay repair mix for tarmac.

Tarmaseal tarmac paint is available in 5 or 20 litre drums. Application should be carried out on a dry day and can be done easily using a roller. Once you have finshed coating your tarmac you will see the results can be amazing and your tarmac driveway can look like new. Please keep cars off of the tarmac for 24 hours and avoid walking on it for 2-4 hours to allow the tarmac paint to cure properly.

Tarmaseal is available in three colours, black, red and green and is shipped directly to your door usually within 3 working days but can be sent overnight if needed sooner.

If you are interested in buying and applying Tarmaseal tarmac restorer please complete our online enquiry form or call us on 01268 722500.