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Bold City Seal Services (BCS) has been a dependable, budget friendly and comprehensive resource for all your parking lot needs since 2019. We are a family owned & operated, fully insured, licensed and financially sound asphalt maintenance company serving the greater NE FL area. We assure you that when you hire us we will complete the job and do it right! Our smaller company size allows us the capability to cater and conform to our customer’s specific needs, just as well, if not better, than some of the larger, well-known names in our area.

When you hire Bold City Seal Services, know that we pride ourselves on our workmanship and customer satisfaction. Give us a try for your next project and get a quality job at a reasonable and competitive price.


Oil primer

Surface preparations

3rd coat application options

Squeegee or Broom coat


Parking stall line striping

ADA compliance striping

Stop bars, crosswalks, and

lane division lines


(numerical, letters, Special/

custom characters)

Saw-cutting and patching

Fill and tamp only

Concrete grinding

Crack Sealing

Hot tar crack seal

Cold pour crack seal

Alligator crack seal


Signage Installation




Wheel Stop

Remove, replace, or

new installs


A reliable, budget-friendly and comprehensive resource for all of your parking lot needs since 2019.


  • What is seal coating?

    A black liquid material made up of clays and polymers used to help protect your existing pavement in its current condition. The goal being to prolong the life of asphalt surfaces.

    There are a few different methods of application. It can be applied by broom, squeegee, or most commonly spray. Our mixing procedures, applications, and additives meet or exceed manufacturers’ specifications which are in line with federal spec applications. We generally recommend sealcoating new pavement approximately 1-2 years after the initial installation. BCS primarily applies Coal Tar emulsified sealer.

    Everything from small driveways to large distribution centers or office and apartment complexes, BCS provides and applies our sealcoat material effectively and with integrity. There are a couple of ways applicators will cut corners by heavily “cutting” their sealcoat products with water to extend its application area. They also may limit or leave out recommended additives (such as latex or durability additives), which comes at an extra cost to the applicator, in order to help their profit margins. BCS has operated on referrals only for years and mix and apply our products to manufacturers specifications for the best application within a competitive budget.

  • What is oil primer?

    A latex liquid applied over heavily saturated oil damaged asphalt to help sealcoat adhere to the surface. Otherwise, the sealcoat will likely not stick to a slick oil surface and will either crack and peel or “potato chip” up from the surface following the application and drying.

    Surface preparation is a standard approach to clean the asphalt surface prior to sealcoating. It typically involves blowing off the pavement surface to clear it of loose sand debris with commercial-grade walk-behind blowers in combination with minimal isolated push brooming. Additional cleaning, sweeping, or even pressure washing

    may be required or needed to help the sealer adhere to the pavement surface. Standard surface preparation will not correct or clean years of the neglected pavement surface.

    In some cases, a 3rd coat application option will provide the ability for more material to be applied to specific areas (mainly in aprons around corners, or heavily trafficked drive lanes) and is intended to provide for more protection of the asphalt binders in your existing pavement for longer-term wear. It is common for the sealer to appear to wear at the same rate as a 2-coat application, but is generally due to the sealer wearing off the polished or raised aggregates in the asphalt mix.

    A 3rd coat application will help prolong the life of the sealcoat in these areas to allow for slightly longer wear towards the end of sealcoats lifespan. It is possible to apply the 3rd coat application to the drive lanes and turn radiuses even weeks or months after the standard 2 coat application to freshen up the appearance of your newly sealed surface. A 3rd coat is generally not needed in the parking stalls due to the limited amount of traffic the parking stalls have compared to the frequently used drive lanes and turn areas.

  • How are Squeegee or Broom coat applications completed?

    Typically done on the 1st coat of application to provide a heavier amount of sealer or for slightly better crack filling abilities when compared to a 1st coat spray application. Costs vary with each process and pavement condition, but it is normal to say that a customer could expect to receive roughly 1 to 2 times more the amount of material for each coat applied by either broom or squeegee application. So, if a seal coat specification called for a 1st coat squeegee application and a 2nd coat spray application, overall that application would receive roughly 2-1/2 to 3 coats worth of spray application in comparison to a standard 2 coat spray specification.

  • How do you perform repairs?

    It is common to repair exiting potholes by cutting and patching damaged areas with a saw, removing the debris, tacking the edges, and installing hot mix asphalt to help prolong your overall pavement surface life or prior to sealcoat applications. The cut is generally made just beyond (6”-1ft) outside of the immediate damage to help ensure edge structure.

    A cheaper but more budget friendly approach to cutting and patching is to clean out the potholes of loose debris and fill them with hot mix. This provides the same concept approach but is likely to show quicker deterioration in the long run if the pavement does not have an apparent edge to tie-into.

    NOTE: Most new asphalt is NOT sealed over to prevent the sealcoat from damaging the new pavement while it cures or to prevent the sealer from delaminating from the new pavement. New asphalt will generally be black in appearance for approximately 1 year until it has oxidized from sun, water and tire abrasion.

    Concrete repair and patchwork. We provide small concrete repairs or concrete replacements on a limited size and quantity basis but we have a network of vendors for slightly larger projects. We typically do not install curbing or new construction projects. You will be better off reaching out directly to concrete providers for those types of projects. Please call for inquiries.

    Asphalt crack sealing is typically done to help prolong the life of pavement by providing either a “cold-pour” filler applied with a small squeegee or Hot tar crack sealer applied by lance or continuous heated melting box to help limit water intrusion through open grade cracks. Areas where it seeps through the base course over time softens the overall base structure for your pavement surfaces, eventually leading to further cracking and damage to pavement which in turn creates potholes.

    It is common to apply the crack seal to the inverted center drive lane where water is intended to drain, usually from one catch basin box to the next. In situations where heavy cracking has occurred due to pavement overuse or soft base, you may notice larger cracking areas or sections – the cost alternative to seal these areas is with a slightly thicker material applied by squeegee called an “alligator” crack seal. It is called this as the cracking occurring in the parking lot is generally described to be similar in appearance to an alligators back.

  • What striping and signage services do you provide?

    Striping applications consist of various scopes, layouts, configurations, and approaches. We provide guidance on professional applications for standard parking and ADA compliance parking. We also provide applications based on typical and city standard guidelines or to your approved plans and drawings. We only use high-traffic water-based latex paints for durability. We do not water down our paint so you get the most out of your new striping.

    Most standard parking stalls are measured at 9ft wide with ADA compliance widths based on state guidelines fall at 12ft wide with 5ft wide access aisles. Although, it is not uncommon to see non-standard widths or varying sizes of stalls.

    We also layout new or restripe cross-walks, stop-bars, lane division lines, arrows, and stencils. We stripe all the above based on whether you want or need your parking lot to match the way it is currently or if you desire a new layout. We carry varying sizes of stencils (numerical or alphabetical), as well as common sized and shape arrows to help you identify and mark your parking stalls or roadways. The blacking out of existing lines may be required or recommended if you plan to adjust your parking configurations to a new design or layout. This will help prolong the “bleed-through” of the existing colors or lines under the new paint lines.

    We provide and install ADA compliance signage along with various other parking or non-DOT compliance roadway signs such as “stop”, “compact”, or custom signs and posts.

  • Which zip codes do you service in Jacksonville?

    Some of the zip codes in Jacksonville and Duval county that we service are 32202, 32204, 32205, 32206, 32207, 32208, 32209, 32210, 32211, 32216, 32217, 32218, 32219, 32220, 32221, 32222, 32223, 32224, 32225, 32226, 32234, 32244, 32246, 32254, 32256, 32257, 32258, 32277 but we service many cities outside as well such as Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach and Atlantic Beach.

  • What are the most popular neighborhoods you service?
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    We service the whole city and surrounding areas. Some of the most frequent neighborhoods we service are Arlington, Avondale, Baymeadows, Brooklyn, Cathedral District, Cedar Hills, Deercreek, Downtown, Durkeeville, Five Points, Lakeshore, Northside, Mandarin, Murray Hill, Ortega, Royal Lakes, San Marco, Southside, Windy Hill.

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About Jacksonville, FL

Jacksonville is a city located on the Atlantic coast of Florida, the most populous city in the state, and is the largest city by area in the contiguous United States as of 2020. It is the seat of Duval County, with which the city government consolidated in 1968. Consolidation gave Jacksonville its great size and placed most of its metropolitan population within the city limits. As of 2020, Jacksonville's population is 949,611, making it the 12th most populous city in the U.S., the most populous city in the Southeast, and the most populous city in the South outside of the state of Texas. With a population of 1,733,937, the Jacksonville metropolitan area ranks as Florida's fourth-largest metropolitan region.Jacksonville straddles the St. Johns River in the First Coast region of northeast Florida, about 25 miles (40 km) south of the Georgia state line and 355 miles (571 km) north of Miami. The Jacksonville Beaches communities are along the adjacent Atlantic coast. The area was originally inhabited by the Timucua people, and in 1564 was the site of the French colony of Fort Caroline, one of the earliest European settlements in what is now the continental United States. Under British rule, a settlement grew at the narrow point in the river where cattle crossed, known as Wacca Pilatka to the Seminole and the Cow Ford to the British. A platted town was established there in 1822, a year after the United States gained Florida from Spain; it was named after Andrew Jackson, the first military governor of the Florida Territory and seventh President of the United States.

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