Parking Lot StripingProtect and revitalize your parking lot, driveway, or other asphalt investment with Hallman Asphalt & Sealing. Seal coating is our specialty; we do it all day long.

And we do it right. Hallman Asphalt & Sealing uses the right prep, the right product, and the right application. We’ve been in the paving business since 1976. We understand and do it all: seal coating, crack filling, patch work, base work, asphalt paving, concrete repair, line striping. That means we find and fix hidden problems before they become huge expensive headaches. Many other seal coating companies can’t or won’t do that for you.

The Result?

Your parking lot or driveway will look rich, dark, brand new, and it will be fully protected from water, freeze-thaw, and other damage. When Hallman Asphalt & Sealing does your seal coating, you can be sure that the seal coat will stay only on the asphalt—you won’t find it on the lawn, the sidewalk, your garage door, tracked through your home or business. Our prices are competitive, our quality is second to none, our service is helpful and friendly.

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Why Seal Coat?

  1. Curb appeal. Where else can you spend so little to change so much? Seal coating makes your driveway or parking lot look like new. The difference is striking. Seal coating adds value to your home or business.
  2. Water damage. Seal coating helps protect you against water damage. Water causes more damage to driveways and parking lots than any other single thing.
  3. Spills. Seal coating helps protect you against oil spills, antifreeze spills, and other spills by preventing these substances from penetrating.
  4. Snow. Wisconsin snow melts much faster on a dark black surface. The difference is amazing.
  5. Prevention. When Hallman Asphalt & Sealing does your seal coating, we conduct a thorough inspection to identify hidden problems and prevent them from snowballing into major headaches.

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Why Hallman Asphalt & Sealing?

Many companies out there know how to seal coat, but don’t understand how seal coating fits into the big picture.

That’s a problem.

If there’s an underlying problem with your asphalt such as a bad base or poor drainage, you need to know about that BEFORE seal coating, not after. Putting a band-aid on a serious problem will come back to bite you later on, and you don’t want that to happen. The worst thing you can do is hire someone who doesn’t know how (or doesn’t care) to protect your investment.

You want to identify any problems as early as possible so fixes are quick, easy, and inexpensive. If you wait, the Wisconsin freeze-thaw cycle will quickly take a small problem and turn it into a major headache. We have the expertise to identify any problems, recommend a fix, and take care of that fix for you, rather than just seal coat your asphalt and leave you to deal with the aftermath.

On the other side of the coin, we don’t go looking for problems that aren’t there. Since 1976, we’ve built a business based on being honest with our customers. Repeat and referral business is how we make a living. Our customers love the work we do, and we want to keep it that way.

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Quality Is Key

The craftsmanship that goes into seal coating your parking lot or driveway starts with an expert inspection. During that inspection, we’ll identify any hidden problems that untrained eyes might not see. That way we get out ahead of issues that could become expensive repairs later on. (You want to fix that pothole before it becomes a pothole.)

We clean and prepare the surface because we understand that your seal coat is only as good as the preparation.

If crack filling is needed, then you need to get that done right. There’s a reason why we invested a boatload of money into getting the best crack filling technology in Dane County. Here’s why: It’s so easy to get this wrong. If those cracks aren’t filled properly, the repair quickly becomes worthless.

When it comes to seal coating, we know precisely how thick to make that coat. Too thin and it looks terrible. Too thick and it doesn’t cure properly. We use commercial-grade, best-in-class product for all our customers. Two coats is standard for all our commercial work. High traffic areas receive appropriate, additional protection.

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Commercial Sealing

Commercial SealcoatingA deep, rich blacktop parking lot adds tremendous value to your business’s curb appeal. We love parking lots. And you’ll love the work we do. Hallman Asphalt & Sealing is big enough to tackle anything, but small enough to give your project that added attention that big companies frankly don’t have time to provide.

Consider us your one-stop shop. Seal coating? Check. Line striping and traffic marking? Check. Crack filling? Check. Concrete repair? Base work? Patchwork and pothole repair? Asphalt paving? Yes, we do it all. (Depending on the job, we may call in a trusted subcontractor, but we have the expertise to do it ourselves, supervise any of it, and make sure it gets done right.)

We keep your business open! Downtime hurts your bottom line. That’s why we do everything we can to keep your business open. If we need to do the project in phases, no problem. If we need to work nights and weekends, no problem. If you need to maintain access to your building for emergency vehicles, we work with you to make sure that’s handled correctly.

We understand how to properly seal coat and repair high traffic areas. We have the equipment and expertise to do it right—from the initial inspection, through the prep work, through any needed repairs, all the way to the final bit of seal coating and line striping. We know how to properly clean and prep the site, which product to use, when to employ additives, exactly how thick to make the coat, when to use additional coats. Our crack filling technology is the best in Dane County.

You can’t put a price on honest communication. We don’t make promises we can’t keep. If we say your parking lot will be open at 11:00, it will be open at 11:00. We take the time to get on the same page with you, and we make sure you are in the know about any developments.

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Residential Sealing

When your driveway is freshly sealed, it looks brand new. Hallman Asphalt & Sealing makes it easy and affordable. Seal coating is what we do all day long. When we’re finished, your deep, rich blacktop driveway will add tremendously to your home’s curb appeal.

Protect your asphalt investment with seal coat. We use the best quality product for long lasting results. Hallman Asphalt & Sealing also uses hot crack filler when filling cracks on your driveway. We have the best technology in Dane County. That’s important because rainwater can infiltrate cracks, and the Wisconsin freeze-thaw cycle can tear your driveway apart. We won’t let that happen.

While others may carelessly apply the seal coat, often splashing on siding and garage doors, we promise to leave only your driveway black.

Seal coating is a messy job. Often in an effort to save money, homeowners choose to seal coat their own driveway. Save your time, money and frustration by leaving the seal coating process to an asphalt expert. At Hallman Asphalt & Sealing, we pride ourselves on the professionalism and cleanliness of our sealing work.

We recommend sealing one year after the asphalt is paved and then again after the black appearance has worn off.

Depending on the size of your driveway, sealing will take anywhere from 1-4 hours. You may walk on the new seal coat within five hours of its application, however please refrain from driving on it for at least 24 hours.

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Do It Yourself?

Sure. You can. But why would you want to? By the time you factor in the real costs of doing it yourself, you save money hiring us to do it. Lots of money in many cases.

Here’s why: We’ve been doing this for years. If a problem comes up, we know how to handle it.

We can look at your driveway, parking lot, or other asphalt surface and determine immediately if there are underlying problems that need to be addressed BEFORE you apply any seal coat. If there is a problem, we have the equipment and experience to fix it right the first time so it doesn’t come back to haunt you later.

We have the equipment and expertise to properly prepare the surface. Remember, the quality of the results is only as good as the quality of the preparation.

We’ll get the coat exactly the right thickness. Too thin and it won’t look good. Too thick and it won’t cure properly.

So why ruin a good pair of shoes? Why risk getting hard-to-remove seal coat all over your lawn, your garage, the sidewalk, tracked through your home? Avoid the many mistakes amateurs make by hiring proven professionals.

Do-it-yourself projects have a tendency to take three times as long as you think they’re gonna take. (Come on, you know it’s true.) We’ll take this headache off your hands, get it done, get it done right, and you’ll be delighted with the results.

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Don’t let yourself be scammed!

Legitimate businesses don’t drive up in a pick up with “leftover” supplies. It just doesn’t work that way. The wrong prep, the wrong product, the wrong application—there are so many ways for this to go horribly wrong. Protect yourself. Here’s how:

  1. Hire a local, well-established business with a solid reputation.
  2. Ask to see a Certificate of Insurance.
  3. Look for uniformed personnel. That reflects a level of professionalism.
  4. Look at the truck. If they’re in the sealing business, it should look clean. If there’s sealer all over their truck, then you’ll have sealer all over your sidewalk, your lawn, your garage—every place you don’t want it.

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Commercial: We work around the needs of your business. Call us today.

Residential: We are usually able to seal coat your driveway within two to three weeks of your initial call. Sometimes sooner.


  • Driveways start at $399.
  • Parking lots start at 15¢ per square foot

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