Outstanding Limestone Coping Services | Houston, TX

Outstanding Limestone Coping Services | Houston, TX

Texas Stone Sealers can seal your Houston, TX limestone coping. We are pioneers in our field and operate our business with the highest standard of work and customer service. We can seal and maintain Lueder stone, Austin Stone, marble, and other types of limestone in your backyard. We also maintain and seal all flagstones, including sandstone, travertine, slate, and granite.

In addition, we provide mold and mildew removal services with pressure washing, as well as calcium and efflorescence removal. No matter the state of your outdoor surfaces, Texas Stone Sealers can provide services that will preserve their shine and integrity. We leave no stone unsealed!

Texas Stone Sealers uses only the best-quality sealants for their work. Nano Cross-Linking Technology, or CLT, is the most advanced sealing technology yet conceived and is what gives our sealants their durable quality. As pioneers of the sealing industry, our sealants can protect your stone product, concrete, and brick from water erosion and stains, giving them a longer life and enduring appeal.

For more information about our sealing products and services, and Houston, TX limestone coping in particular, don’t hesitate to call us today or contact us through our online form. We serve not only our Houstonian communities, but communities in San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, and beyond.

Discover Excellent Houston, TX Limestone Coping Sealing Services

Houston, TX limestone coping

Texas Stone Sealers is here to help restore your limestone coping patio to its former glory.

Limestone is a soft and porous building material and one of the most popular today. It is also one of the most common sedimentary rocks on earth.

Limestone is made of calcite, aragonite, and other grains. These grains contain the remains of shells of ancient marine organisms. Types of limestone include not only Lueder limestone but marble as well.

Limestone can be used for driveways, walkways, pathways, patios, and pool and deck landings. However, as a soft, porous stone, it is susceptible to dust, dirt, grime, and moisture. Unsealed limestone in particular absorbs most natural and unnatural elements and chemicals, including moisture.

If your pool coping, deck, or pond walkway has limestone, then they may be vulnerable to deterioration. Additionally, pool patio furniture can scratch limestone easily. Limestone can also absorb acidic materials very easily, even something as innocuous as tomato juice, which can degrade it further.

Unfortunately, cleaning unsealed limestone is a pain. Because it is such a porous material, the usual cleaning materials with harsh or abrasive materials will only destroy it further. Bleach, vinegar, alkaline, or other scouring or abrasive powders can and will deteriorate your limestone, severely diminishing its natural beauty. In addition, harsh scrub brushes and high pressure cleaners can create damage to limestone if not used carefully.

That’s where we come in. Texas Stone Sealers can seal your natural stone so that it will be protected from the elements, particularly moisture and acids. Frequent sweeping and the occasional washes with a soft cloth and soap and water can help keep sealed limestone in tip-top shape. Additionally, our TSS PRO sealant varieties can increase the longevity of your limestone, blocking out dangerous moisture, mold, and calcification.

Because of its porousness, limestone absorbs sealants very easily. Ultimately, its beauty and slip-resistance qualities won’t be affected by our sealants or sealing products. Therefore, don’t hesitate to call us today for a free quote. Texas Stone Sealers can seal your limestone coping while keeping it as pristine as ever.

Consider Nano CLT For Your Limestone Coping

Houston, TX limestone coping

Our professional team can help rid your limestone coping of the toughest stains and restore them to their natural appearance.

High-quality sealing work requires high-quality sealants. Texas Stone Sealers has spent considerable time and effort perfecting our sealants with Nano Cross-Linking Technology to further improve the longevity of your stone surfaces. Unlike other poor-quality, underperforming sealants, ours work to keep stains, moisture, dirt, mold, and bacteria out of your stone, concrete, brick, and other outdoor surfaces.

Cross-linking refers to when a polymer chain links to other polymer chains, including the molecular chain of the stone. These Nano-scale bonds are incredibly powerful, creating a matrix that resists moisture. Not only will using Nano CLT-bolstered sealants help keep the integrity of your stone, but it will help prevent moisture and other elements from seeping in at all.

But how do you know if a sealant is effective or not? The test is very simple: First, you pour water on the stone. If the stone darkens and soaks into the stone, then that is a sign that sealant is needed. Conversely, if the stone is clear or stays the same color as the water beads off, that means the sealant is effective.

Mold and Mildew Removal

Unfortunately, the hot and humid Texas air provides an ideal environment for mold and mildew growth. Mold and mildew are not just unsightly, but can present several dangerous health hazards. Mold has been linked to a number of adverse health effects, such as:

  • Wheezing
  • Upper respiratory tract infections
  • Lethargy
  • Memory loss
  • Acute idiopathic pulmonary hemorrhage among infants
  • And other asthma-like symptoms

In addition, mold and mildew are extremely stubborn to remove. If you encounter any signs of mold, mildew, bacterial fungi, and more growing on your stone, call Texas Stone Sealers immediately. Some of our sealants can protect against bacterial growth in any outdoor surface area. What’s more, once it’s been applied, the sealer is permanent.

Call Texas Stone Sealers Today To Seal Your Limestone Coping

Houston, TX limestone coping

Call us today to work with the most capable Houston, TX limestone coping sealers in Houston!

Unsealed limestone can be a pain to maintain. Limestone’s porousness overall makes it a hard and tricky stone to take care of. With Texas Stone Sealers’ sealants, however, your limestone can be fortified from water damage while still retaining its aesthetic appearance. We have many years of experience in the sealing industry and can ensure our sealing products will not compromise your stone’s functionality and aesthetics.

Our Nano Cross-Linking Technology or CLT gives our sealants a significant edge over others on the market. Our sealants can give your stone, concrete, or brick a more polished look. Some may even improve your outdoor surface’s resistance to moisture, mold, and algae.

Texas Stone Sealers is a pioneer in the sealing industry, offering a range of sealing services and products. We leave no stone unsealed; unlike our competitors’ sealants, ours don’t yellow over time. In fact, we are so confident in the quality of our services that we are willing to include a 5-year guarantee. To best preserve your Houston, TX limestone coping, call Texas Stone Sealers today to seal your stone against the elements.

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