Paver Installation

Paver Sealing


Should you seal new pavers?
Yes. The most important reason you want to seal your pavers is to protect them, protect the color, protect the surface from deteriorating. The second reason why you should seal pavers is looks. As soon as the pavers are installed the Florida sun’s UV rays goes to work deteriorating and fading the paver colors.

New pavers should be sealed ASAP or within 30 days of installation. Older pavers will need to be cleaned, re-sanded and then sealed.

Will sealing my concrete pavers make them slippery?
The short answer is no. However this is dependent on what type of sealer is used on your brick pavers and what type of brick pavers you have. There are some sealers that make brick pavers extremely slippery in wet conditions and there are others that do not change the texture of the paver at all.
How do you clean our pavers?
We use a pressure washing system with 220 heated water, and up to 4000 psi to insure we can get the pavers as clean as possible. The heated water helps to remove stubborn stains and grime build up.
Should we re-sand pavers before sealing?

Yes, this is an important step to fill any voids and help to hold the pavers in place. Then the sealer is applied over the new sand to create a bond.

How long should we stay off of the pavers after sealing?

Foot traffic is generally ok after 4-6 hours. Vehicles must stay off the sealed areas for 48-72 hours minimum.

Are the paver sealers harmful to pets or plants?
No. However pets should always be kept away from areas being sealed until those areas are completely dry.