Protecting Your Outdoor Investments - Texas Stone Sealers


April 17, 2019

Protecting Your Outdoor Investments

When you bought a home, you put a lot of money into it. In fact, you didn’t just put money into the initial price of the house, but into the upkeep, renovations, and restorations as well. Collectively, you might have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars. It was well worth it, but now, you want to do whatever you can to protect your outdoor investments.

Let’s say, for the sake of hypotheticals, that you built a pool when you bought the house. Obviously, this process took a lot of time, money, and effort. Now, you want the new pool to remain looking like new for as long as possible. Are you just going to leave it to the elements or are you going to do whatever you can to ensure that there is no corrosion or mold? No, of course not! You need to make sure that you are taking care of your belongings without having to waste more money on preventable repairs.

Protecting Your Pool

Water is a natural corrosive. It has shaped our world over time simply by going where it goes. While the water in your pool is mostly stagnant, it will still eat away at the pool coping over time. Soon, you will be seeing cracks, crumbling, and mold formation on the side of your pool. All of these can lead to or already are big problems. For example, mold releases toxic spores into the air (and water) and can make you and your family very ill. Small cracks can turn into larger ones that result in splitting concrete. You don’t want your pool to begin to deteriorate so soon, or ever!

Protect Your Deck and Patio

Your deck is what your guests see first when arriving at your house. Of course, you want this to be beautiful and stainless. However, if you do not seal your deck, it will easily pick up stains from oil, vegetation, and spills. Be mindful of this and make a decision to have it sealed before stains have the opportunity to appear.

You should also keep in mind that Houston is a very rainy city. This is because we live so close to the ocean. Due to this, we receive high amounts of annual rain and flooding. Your deck and patio, without the right waterproofing sealants, could sustain a lot of water damage. You should protect your investment from all of the elements.

Our Professional Stone Stealing

With the use of the amazing TSSPro line of surface sealers, we can come to your home and professionally seal your surfaces. Pool coping, driveways, patios, decks, kitchen counters, you name it! We can give you the help you need.

Contact Texas Stone Sealers

To get into contact with us, you can call (888) 275-5354 or any one of our several locations. Alternatively, you can fill out a contact form with your questions here. We are excited to hear from you and help you clean, seal, and restore your residential surfaces.

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