Paver Sealing & Cleaning
Paver sealing is an important step in extending paver life and ensuring the color you chose for your pavers will last for years to come. Also sealing pavers will help protect against erosion and deterioration due to UV rays, heavy rains, salt, mold and normal traffic.
Most Tampa homes have concrete pavers installed for driveways and pool decks. Our Tampa paver sealing service will bring back the natural color and help protect your investment. The color in pavers is a pigment that the manufacture adds to the concrete, over time if not sealed properly these pavers will fade due to exposure.
Because pavers are porous dirt and grime gets embedded in the pavers and must be cleaned before sealing. At Tekdecks we use a heated pressure washing system that uses 220° heated water. Using heated water allows for better cleaning and ensures a good bonding surface for our paver sealer.
After pressure washing the pavers we then re-sand the pavers before sealing. Most cleaning and sealing jobs can be done in one day, depending on the size and how much restoration is needed to the pavers. We use the best paver cleaning and paver sealing equipment available that’s why we can provide the best pricing and cover our paver services with a 1-year warranty.
Paver Sealing & Cleaning Steps
- Pressure – Wash Pavers: Removing of dirt buildup, stains, efflorescence, mold, moss, etc..
- Re-sand with silica sand: Re-sanding is a process of spreading sand over the pavers and into the cracks to stabilize your surfaces which also helps prevent weeds from growing in between stones.
- Apply Protective Paver Sealer: Protects brick concrete pavers and enriches the beauty of the natural stone and brings out the various tones and colors.
Should you seal new pavers?
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?
How do you clean our pavers?
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?
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“Brad Skinner saved the day. He repaired our travertine that had been done by another company He also finished a section of the patio that had not been completed by another company. He responded quickly to my request to come out. Him and his team were professional and finished the job on time. The communication was great and very happy with the work done. Thank you Brad.”
“Brad and his team were responsive in providing quote to us. He also assisted in helping us get travertine for our pool deck. Install occurred on 8/6 & 8/7 and his team was extremely thorough, professional, and efficient. We are more than pleased with the work done by his team.”
“Brad and his team did an amazing job with my driveway and backyard repairs, installation, and paver sealing. Very glad I found this company. Great value and great service by the team! Highly recommend!”