San Antonio Stone Sealing Experts

If you’re looking for reliable San Antonio Stone Sealing Experts, you’ve come to the right place. Here at Texas Stone Sealers, we have helped countless home and property owners find the best sealing solutions for their stone surfaces.

There’s no doubt about it. Our quality sealants are the best around. Simply put, we don’t do second-best. Known for our Advanced CLT Technology, every project, and service we deal with leads to great results, every single time. Here’s a general overview of what you’ll get when choosing us as your San Antonio Stone Sealing Experts.

  • Long-lasting protection
  • Over 15 years of application experience
  • Stain resistance
  • Waterproofing
  • Color enhancement

About Our Process

We understand the importance of completing sealing projects the correct way, which is why we’ve created a method that helps us get the right results, every single time. Moreover, we work with various types of surfaces, including travertine, marble, slate, and granite. One thing to note, though, is that flagstone is the most common type of stone used in outdoor patios, decks, and outdoor patios. The term “flagstone” doesn’t just refer to a type of stone. It refers to the cut of the stone.

Keys for Premium Sealant Application

Premium Sealant Application

Sealing and cleaning stone surfaces is very beneficial in terms of prolonging life and preserving the natural beauty, especially for surfaces that experience large quantities of foot traffic. Simply put, heavy amounts of foot traffic can cause heavy wear and tear in entryways and hallways.

As time passes, dirt and fine scratches can begin to build on these surfaces, resulting in a dull appearance. Professional stone sealing and restoration companies can help by restoring your stone surfaces through the removal of dirt and scuff marks to restore the flooring’s original color. This results in a brand new look.

Additionally, the sealing of your surfaces will protect them from spills and scratches, while making them super easy to clean.

Types of Flooring We Work With

  • Marble
  • Concrete
  • Tile
  • Travertine
  • Slate
  • Granite
  • Limestone
  • Brick
  • Saltillo Tile
  • Hardwood

Take a look at how we deal with each type of flooring.

Slate Maintenance

Slate is a popular flooring option due to its organic and earthy appearance. As a metamorphic stone, slate is formed when physical and chemical changes occur in an existing rock when exposed to extreme heat or pressure. Slatestone is very soft, making it very easy to scratch and chip at the edges and corners.

Investing in the sealing of your slate is essential when it comes to minimizing stains, scratches, and long-term protection. Although it is a very colorful rock with several variations, it can be damaged permanently through staining and spalling.

Outdoor Tile Maintenance

While outdoor tile flooring is a very popular choice among homeowners, cleaning this type of flooring can be a very arduous task. For the most part, tile floors are considered either ceramic or porcelain.

On the one hand, you have ceramic tiles, which are made from red or white clay and are fired in a kiln. They are extremely absorbent and prone to erosion. Porcelain tiles have a very high density as opposed to ceramic tiles and are made by dust pressing.

San Antonio Stone Sealing Experts

San Antonio Stone Sealing Experts

Protecting Concrete Surfaces

Concrete flooring is an excellent choice for economically speaking. They can be dyed to customize their appearance. Concrete flooring is formed by mixing cement and pouring it onto the floor. Pigments are usually added during the process of mixing. Moreover, concrete is porous and able to absorb moisture when not sealed according to the correct application process.

Water can seep into the pores, and it can harbor the unwanted growth of mold and mildew. Concrete can also potentially crack when exposed to freezing temperatures. Fortunately, when we apply heavy-duty sealants, we’re adding long-term protection.

Maintaining Grout on Flooring

Grout flooring is used in tile backsplashes, showers, bathroom flooring, bathroom walls, and even countertops. One negative about grout is the difficulty it causes when aiming to clean it. This is especially the case when it is a light color. Accumulations of dirt, mold, and contaminates can happen as grout is a mixture of water, cement, and sand, making it very porous.

Hardwood Flooring Sealing & Maintenance

In terms of maintenance, hardwood flooring is one of the hardest kinds to maintain. They require periodic service that helps tremendously in terms of maintaining and retaining their natural beauty. As time passes, dirt becomes embedded in the grain of the wood. This leads to an appearance that is dull from all the fine scratches.

Professional hardwood flooring sealing and maintenance are essential when it comes to the removal of residue on the surface, leaving the wood’s rich, natural color. Overall, the best bet when it comes to hardwood flooring is finding the best stone sealing company around. Enter Texas Stone Sealers.

Advanced Cross-Linking Technology

Here at Texas Stone Sealers, we don’t just talk about being the best at what we do. We also back it up. For one, we use highly-durable sealants in most of our services. These sealants prevent water from penetrating the stone, helping them last for many years to come.

In addition to extending the stone’s life and enhancing their aesthetic, waterproofing and stain-proofing also helps in terms of keeping bacteria and mold out of these areas that could cause damage later on in time.

Our CLT sealants create an unsurpassable barrier against moisture. We’ve spent countless hours on the development of these sealants and can get you the results you deserve every time.

Inside Services

Before and after for marble floors.

Here’s a general overview of what our CLT sealants do with your stone surfaces. During the cross-linking technology, polymer chains link with each other, including the stone’s molecular chain. These nano-scale bonds are extremely powerful and form the matrix that helps resist moisture.

These silicon-oxygen backbone chains formed by our sealers lead to protection for many years to come. As a matter of fact, we stand by our services and products so much that we offer a 7-year warranty.

San Antonio Stone Sealing Experts

Don’t neglect the sealing and maintenance of your stone surfaces. Instead, call the San Antonio Stone Sealing Experts here at Texas Stone Sealers. To learn more about our services, you should call (888) 275-5354. Additionally, you can also learn more by visiting our cleaning & sealing and process webpages. Trust us. You won’t find better San Antonio Stone Sealing Experts anywhere else.

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