Concrete Sealing and Paver Sealing To Enhance and Protect
We have sealed most types of outdoors surfaces over the years. The masonry materials most commonly sealed are:
DRIVEWAY SEALING AND CONCRETE SEALING: Concrete surfaces like driveways, patios and porches easily stain and discolour. Typical concrete floors are plain concrete, coloured concrete, exposed aggregate, stamped concrete, pattern paving, stencil paving, spray pave or terrazzo. Several concrete sealing solutions are available, including film forming sealers, natural finish sealers, enhancing sealers and hybrid sealers.
PAVER SEALING AND BRICK SEALING: Modern pavers are made of a wide range of masonry materials. Clay pavers (both pressed and fired/glazed), concrete pavers, reconstituted stone/concrete pavers, terracotta, natural stones all benefit from a carefully selected sealing solution.
NATURAL STONE SEALING: Natural stone materials have gathered popularity over the last few years. Sandstone, limestone, bluestone, granite, travertine and other natural stone substrates are often porous and need a premium grade sealer to offer protection. We offer comprehensive stone paver and tile sealing services.
The Benefits of Professionally Sealing Your Driveway And Your Pavers
We are often asked whether to seal pavers or concrete. In short, prevention is better than the cure. Yes, sealing is optional and does not offer a 100% guarantee against staining but it does greatly lower the risk of permanent damage. If you want your pavers or concrete to look good for longer and become easier to maintain then sealing is the way forward.
Here are some of the benefits:
- Lower maintenance - Easier to clean
- Reduced risk of permanent stains from food and drink spillages, BBQ's, dirt and fallen leaves, pet messes, etc.
- Slow the growth of moss or mildew in damp areas.
- Reduce the rate of colour fade.
- Some sealers lock in the paving sand and slow weeds.
- Keep your surfaces looking "newer" for longer.
Sealing Stamped Concrete, Pattern Pave, Stencil Paving and Spray Paving
Maintaining a seal coat on your decorative concrete surfaces is an essential maintenance task and recommended by all manufacturers and installers.
If you leave your concrete surfaces unsealed they may stain, the dyes will fade and, in areas of shade, mold may take hold and cause damage.