Texas Stone Sealers offers a wide variety of services for natural stone in and outside of the house. From sealing to repairing, our team can help you keep your stone looking good as new. If you do not have any outdoor stone like a patio or driveway, then you may find our countertop sealing beneficial. It doesn’t matter what kind of stone countertops you have. Our services will clean and seal them to perfection.

Additionally, we can help seal cracks in your stone that may be giving it an unsightly look. Homeowners and contractors want to ensure the beauty of their stone stays intact. Texas Stone Sealers will make that wish a reality with the services and sealants we use in our projects. Our sealants do what others can’t, which is why we are the go-to sealing company in the Greater Houston area.

Texas Stone Sealers has more than 15 years of experience in professional application. All of our work is guaranteed a 7-year warranty, which is one of the longest warranties clients will find. The reason we offer such an extended warranty is because of the sealants we use. Our sealants use cross-linking technology to create an impenetrable barrier against moisture.

CLT is one of the reasons we have hundreds of positive reviews and thousands of satisfied customers. Our services and products are what make us the best of the best. The amount of features our sealants have is incomparable to others. Our sealants are waterproof, stain-resistant, prevent mold, mildew, and algae from growing, enhance the color, and prevents deterioration of the stone. These features help keep our clients happy and their stone looking great.

Stone Countertop Cleaning & Sealing Service

Do you want to protect your natural stone countertops? Let Texas Stone Sealers clean and seal your countertops in your bathroom and kitchen. It doesn’t matter what kind of stone your countertops are made from; our team will create the barrier they need to last longer and look better. Countertops can be made from slate, marble, granite, limestone, or travertine. All of these stones are easily sealed with our state-of-the-art sealants.

Other sealants claim to be the “best,” but Texas Stone Sealers knows from experience that other sealants do not work. We have stripped and scraped other sealants off or our clients’ stone before. It is one of the reasons we developed our own sealant. If your stone is covered in an old sealant, we will remove it and then begin the cleaning process.

Countertops are one of the essential features of a kitchen or bathroom. At the same time, countertops play a big role in the kitchen and bathroom. Food, toothpaste, water, and wine can wear away the stone’s surface. Texas Stone Sealer’s team are experts in natural stone. They now the best ways of cleaning stone and sealing it properly. They will focus on stains and spills that have affected your stone.

Once they have removed the spills from the countertops, they will begin the sealing process. Our services are available to residential and commercial clients. If you are looking to maintain your restaurant’s kitchen countertops or your hotel’s bathroom marble, our team can help you keep their look.

Benefits of Countertop Sealing

There are five significant benefits for sealing your countertop. The biggest desire you may have when sealing your countertops is to preserve them. Your countertops will be preserves with the sealants Texas Stone Sealers has developed. They offer a wide range of benefits for businesses and homeowners.

Firstly, the sealants are going to prevent stains. A white marble will stain very fast if exposed to different substances. Prevent the staining from food, beverages, and other substances by sealing them. They will last longer and look better for a longer period of time.

Secondly, the integrity of the stone is maintained. Highly acidic substances like vinegar or lemon juice can eat away at the natural stone. Toothpaste is another example of a substance that can etch into your stone. Sealants will reduce the damage taken from these harmful substances.

Thirdly, you will clean your countertops faster than before. Because our sealants are water and stain-resistant, you spend less time cleaning your countertops. You won’t have to worry about stains from food and substances. Simply wipe up the mess and move on.

The fourth reason you should seal your stone countertops is that you will use less chemicals. Because cleaning is easier and faster, you won’t have to use harsh chemicals on your stone. This protects the environment and saves you money in the long run.

Finally, the last benefit of sealing your countertop is preserving the look. Your countertops will look as good as the first day they were installed. Natural stone has such a beautiful look that is important to preserve the look. Our sealant can keep your countertops looking great and improve the look by making the stone brighter.

Mastic Expansion Joint Repair & Installation Service

Texas Stone Sealers are happy to help clients who need joint repair or installation. Joints are primarily found between pool coping and decking. These joints must be maintained in order to keep water from seeping into the stone. If water enters, then it will cause damage over time. You may notice the stone cracks or flakes away. Repair your joints as soon as you can to ensure the stone is preserved.

Pool coping is not the only place joints are found. Joints can also be found in driveways, concrete sidewalks, wooden decks, concrete foundations, and concrete projects. Mastic joints are used to allow the slabs of stone or concrete to expand when necessary. Without these spaces, stone would crack and break under pressure.

Texas Stone Sealers can repair mastic joints and seal them with our proprietary sealant. Sealing your mastic joints with our sealants will prevent weeds from growing, and prevent water from soaking through. Similar to countertops or our natural stone sealers, mastic joint sealers prevent moisture from entering the stone. These features keep your stone, concrete, or masonry looking in tip-top shape.

Pool Coping: Cleaning, Sealing, and Maintenance

Pool coping or decking is what is around the perimeter of your pool. The pool coping is an essential part of an in-ground pool structure. Over time, pool coping can take a beating. The constant contact with water and the elements can significantly affect the quality of the stone. Pool coping also plays a significant role in using the pool.

It is a platform for people to step into the pool and is sometimes used as a handle for new simmers. Pool coping should be smooth but have enough traction, so people do not slip. A pool coping sealer can provide the protection it needs while also maintaining the safety necessities of the coping. Our TSS SG-100 is a grit sealant additive that provides the traction required without being too rough for swimmers.

Your pool coping may be made out of the following stones. If so, the team at Texas Stone Sealers can help seal it and ensure it lasts longer.

  • Flagstone
  • Poured concrete
  • Oklahoma Flagstone
  • Precast concrete
  • Lueder’s
  • Quartzite
  • Slate
  • Sandstone
  • Brick and Bullnose brick
  • Limestone
  • Travertine

If the stone of your pool coping is not listed, give us a call today. We can more than likely seal the stone that makes up your pool coping.

Coping Materials Affect the Sealant

The type of sealant we use on your pool coping varies on the type of material it is made from. Certina sealants work better with specific materials. At the same time, you want to maintain the look of your pool coping. If you have limestone or sandstone, then a saltwater resistant sealer would work best. Those stones are susceptible to saltwater.

Saltwater pools are more popular than chlorine pools. Saltwater is safer environmentally and requires less maintenance. Pools with saltwater also provide health benefits to those who swim in them. Swimmers are exposed to fewer chemicals, which is always a benefit.

If you own a saltwater pool, your coping will need to be a highly durable material. Stone coping will work best because they offer more protection against the water. Wood and concrete cannot provide such protection against saltwater. Finally, Texas Stone Sealers can always apply a glossy look to the coping. The gloss makes the coping look wet, which some homeowners prefer.

Benefit from Our Services Today

If any of the services above interest you, then you should get in touch with us today. You can reach our team by calling (713) 429-0569. Schedule a free quote today for your pool coping, natural stone, or masonry. Clients will find plenty of benefits from our services.

Our proprietary sealants help create a strong matrix against water and moisture. No other sealants are using cross-linking technology like us. We only used the most trusted chemical formulas to maximize results. Obtain all the benefits of our sealants by calling us. Schedule a time where our team can clean and seal your natural stone. They will work fast and professionally so you can enjoy your stone.

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