CHARLOTTE, NC (Wednesday, April 22, 2015) — GemSeal® Pavement Products, the market leader in high-quality pavement coatings for nearly 60 years, is pleased to introduce FreshCoat Sealcoating, Line Striping & Crack Sealing as a distributor in Vermont. FreshCoat has been providing pavement maintenance services to homeowners and businesses in Chittenden, Washington, and Addison counties for over 10 years and is now set to carry the complete line of GemSeal pavement preservation products.
“FreshCoat has a strong reputation in Vermont as a premier sealcoating contractor and we know they are highly discerning when applying materials,” stated Glenn Shapiro, General Manager – Northeast Region, GemSeal Pavement Products. “That is why we are especially pleased that FreshCoat has partnered with us as a distributor; it is a true testament to the superior performance of GemSeal products.”
“Our team has been in the paving industry for over a decade and we know which products perform best in our region,” said Greg Donahue, Owner, FreshCoat Sealcoating, Line Striping & Crack Sealing. “Now, whether customers have a need for pavement maintenance services or pavement products, FreshCoat has everyone covered.”
For more information about FreshCoat Sealcoating, Line Striping & Crack Sealing, please contact Greg Donahue at 802-735-7659 or visit www.freshcoatsealcoat.com. For information on GemSeal products or distribution opportunities, please visit gemseal.
GemSeal’s pavement sealers, additives, primers, traffic-marking paints, crack sealants, and patching products were perfected over 60 years of manufacturing and testing experience. Proprietary processes, industryleading quality-control programs, and ongoing research and development make GemSeal a leader in the sealer industry. GemSeal has regional manufacturing and customer service locations in the US in Atlanta, GA; Baltimore, MD; Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; Dallas, TX; Detroit, MI; Greensboro, NC; Memphis, TN; and Tampa, FL. Additionally, the company has relationships with high quality manufacturing companies to meet demand in the western US.