San Antonio Stone Sealers: Granite, Flagstone & Concrete Cleaning

San Antonio Stone Sealing & Cleaning Company: Flagstone, Pool Coping, Limestone, Slate & More

Texas Stone Sealers
Contractor | Floor refinishing service | Blast cleaning service | Commercial cleaning service

1100 Northwest Loop 410 Suite 700
San Antonio, TX 78213
(210) 501-0731
(888) 275-5354

Monday7:00 am-7:00 pm
Tuesday7:00 am-7:00 pm
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Trusted Stone Restoration & Maintenance Pros

Texas Stone Sealers has a team of stone restoration and maintenance professionals in the San Antonio, Texas area ready to help you with all your stone care needs. San Antonio Stone Sealers has been helping people in south Texas keep their marble and granite countertops sealed and protected, and preserving the natural beauty of many backyard swimming pool coping and stone decks with our proprietary blend of TSSPRO Sealants.

San Antonio Stone Sealers specializes in caring for natural stone, but we also offer grout cleaning, pressure washing, calcium and efflorescence removal, and concrete cleaning and sealing services.

Natural Stone Cleaning & Sealing Services

    • • Flagstone
    • • Austin Stone
    • • Limestone
    • • Travertine
    • • Slate
    • • Granite
    • • Marble
    • • Terrazzo
    • • Terra Cotta
    • • Oklahoma Flagstone
    • • Sandstone
    • • Moss Rock
    • • River Rock

And much more. If you’d like to schedule service or ask us a question, please give us a call and we’d be happy to help however we can.

San Antonio Flagstone & Natural Stone Sealing, Cleaning & Restoration Experts

Do you have stonework in the San Antonio area that needs some TLC? Stone needs to be maintained properly to keep it healthy. In the depths of the earth where it was harvested from, it was perfectly fine. But once it was mined from the earth and cut into its current shape, then placed by your pool or on your patio, it is very susceptible to damage. Some of the biggest contributors to stone spalling, staining, mold, mildew, and calcification are not just the natural elements. When you surround your pool with flagstone, slate, limestone, or sandstone, you are exposing it to harsh chemicals and/or salt water. This is fine, as long as you have taken the necessary steps to seal it before exposure.

What happens when you don’t seal outdoor stonework in San Antonio?

Flagstone Patio in San Antonio After Sealing

If you had a pool or stone patio installed and it wasn’t sealed, you’ve probably noticed some staining, discoloration, and perhaps even some mold growth. Sometimes even if you sealed the stone yourself, your stone will still become damaged. This is because the cheap hardware store varieties of stone sealant do more damage than good. At least half of our calls from homeowners with stone concerns are from people who had there stone sealed, but on the cheap. Many of them did it themselves, others bought the home and did not know what kind of sealant was used on the stone.

Let me tell you folks, there is a HUGE difference between professional grade stone sealants like the TSSPRO variety we sell, and those sold at big name home improvement stores. Removing cheap sealant is something we do on a regular basis. Cheap sealants harm the stone by not allowing it to breathe, and leave an unsightly haze on the surface. Also, it usually has spotty coverage, so the stone can become impregnated with water and thus sustain water damage. Although the San Antonio area is still somehow in a drought, we have consistent rainfall. This coupled with the cold winters and hot summers means that there is no constant temperature for the stone, which is what it was used to before it was mined.

Our team of professional San Antonio stone sealers will come to your home and discuss which product stone sealant would best suit your needs. Then we will do any cleaning necessary before applying the sealant. Our TSSPRO sealants are fast drying, and cure quickly. However, the temperature must be within certain parameters for it to cure properly, so please take note if you are scheduling in mid summer or mid winter.

Which San Antonio area cities does Texas Stone Sealers operate in?

Although our headquarters for the area is in the city, our San Antonio stone cleaners visit many cities and suburbs in and around the Alamo city.

Some of the cities we serve around  include: Kirby, Live Oak, Universal City, Balcones Heights, Bandera, BoerneLeon Valley, Windcrest, Castle Hills, Converse, Selma, Alamo Heights, Schertz, Cibolo, Olmos Park, Helotes, Shavano Park, Bulverde, Terrill Hills, Fair Oaks Ranch, Garden Ridge, Hollywood Park, St Hedwig, Castroville, Seguin, Somerset, New Braunfels, Lockhart, Luling, Seguin, and Wimberley.

What types of stone do your San Antonio team have experience restoring?

All types of stone. The most common type of stone people want cleaned and sealed is Flagstone, because it is so popular in the area. However, limestone is also a popular choice, as are sandstone, slate, travertine, marble, Oklahoma flagstone, and even river rock from the Colorado River. We also clean and seal non-stone surfaces such as wood, concrete, pavers, tile, and brick.

Contact Texas Stone Sealers Today to Schedule a Free Stone Cleaning or Sealing Estimate!

Texas Stone Sealers™ provides each client with a free, customized sealing quote over the phone. The quote is based on the linear footage of stone and it’s condition.

Please complete the form below and you will receive a free flagstone sealing quote. If you’d like to receive a quote faster please call us at (210) 501-0731

In the comment section tell us about your flagstone, why you want it sealed, has it been sealed before, do you have a spa, (is it raised or even with pool surface) do you have a waterfall, water-slide, flagstone decking?

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