A sealcoating business can be a great full-time or part-time business that has the potential to provide a great income. Some asphalt paving contractors also do sealcoating, while other business owners do sealcoating full-time. Another side business that can be added on to a sealcoating business is line painting for parking lots. In some areas sealcoating is only a seasonal business, but in warmer climates, it can be done year-round.
A sealcoating business can be started with just a brush or squeegee and some pails of driveway sealer. As the business grows, you may want to upgrade to a tank and sprayer system.
Coming up with a good sealcoating name doesn’t have to be difficult. You may want to use your own name, or the name of the town or city where you are located. You may also try to come up with a catchy sealcoating name or logo. Try to choose a name that is easy to remember and easy to spell. Make sure the name is not used by any other sealcoating contractor in your area.
Below are some examples of seal coating business names you can use for inspiration in choosing your own name. Some names may be already used in your area, or might be trademarked, so make sure you properly research the sealcoating or line painting name you choose before registering it and having any marketing materials printed.
If you need some more tips on choosing a business name: 12 Tips To Help Choose A Business Name.
Seal Coating Business Names
Hovan The Sealing Man
Rick’s Striping and Seal Coating
Black Magic Seal Coating
Treasure Coast Sealing, LLC
McMillan Asphalt Sealcoating
Super Seal Sealcoating
United Sealcoating & Asphalt Maintenance
Parking Lot Striping & Sealcoating
All Out Sealcoat
Delaware County Sealcoating
Atlantic Southern Paving and Sealcoating
All American Sealcoat
JR Sealing & Coating
Black Kat Sealcoating
Bobby Johnson Sealcoating/Painting
Yellow Dawg Striping
Action Asphalt Sealcoating and Striping