Paver Stone Sealing & Cleaning

Paver stone is colloquially referred to simply as “pavers,” and is one of the most common outdoor building materials. If you have paver stone on your property, knowing how to properly eanean and maintain is essential to ensuring that it lasts as long as possible. Rather than letting the elements destroy your paver stone, you need to contact a professional stone sealer today.

Paver Stone Basics

Paver stone is made using a combination of concrete and a coloring agent of choice. Then, the mixture is poured into block-like formations, resembling bricks, which can then be arranged in a variety of patterns. Over time, paver stones are used to make beautiful mosaics in driveways, and are also popular for outdoor walkways, patios, roads, and other outdoor surfaces.

Risks of Pavers

While pavers are incredibly beautiful and can add aesthetic value to a property, they, like other stones, have their risks of deterioration. Perhaps the biggest risk of using unsealed paver stones is that they will stain – even wet leaves, for example, can cause major and irreversible staining. Additionally, unsealed pavers can also face risk of rapid natural deterioration based on exposure to the elements, as well as exposure to certain property features, like salt from ponds or chlorine for pools. However, while stains and deterioration are an issue, cracking is typically not (using concrete slabs rather than pavers increases the risk of cracking).

Sealant: The Best Form of Paver Stone Maintenance

While some stains on paver stone can be cleaned using rough brushes and detergent, doing so is a major hassle, and does not guarantee that the stains will be removed, and certainly doesn’t prevent the risk of future stains. Instead of relying on a yearly cleaning, sealing paver stone every three to four years plus, depending upon the quality of the stone, can protect them from the elements and from staining, increasing the length of their life and saving a property owner thousands. A paver sealant is crucial for anyone who wishes to keep their paver stone in an ideal condition. Sealer is meant to protect pavers from rain, wind, sun, and other naturally occurring and non-organic elements.

Sealing paver stones is a quick process, and one that usually only takes one day depending upon weather. While the process is short, sealing paver stones will protect the pavers for years to come. Additionally, sealing paver stone makes for quick and easy spot cleaning.

The enhanced sheen sealant finish for pavers comes with a 3 year written guarantee. If for any reason the sealant on your paver stone needs attention, we’ll come out to your home and re-seal it one time.

Contact the Professional Paver Stone Sealers at Texas Stone Sealers Today

If you have unsealed paver stone on your property, don’t wait another moment to take action to protect it. For a free quote, contact the professional paver stone sealers at Texas Stone Sealers today. You can reach us now at 888-275-5354.

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