|Concrete Sealer Remover
How to tips for removing a failed Concrete Sealer that has discolored or turned white. Sealing concrete is a great way to increase appearance and longevity. Driveways, sidewalks, patios, porches, brick pavers, and stonewalls can be sealed to enhance their look and block out moisture. There are sev [ ... ]
|Exposed Aggregate Sealer and Coatings|
Exposed Aggregate patios, driveways, and walkways are decorative stone surfaces commonly used in residential and commercial landscaping. These surfaces require a coat of a new sealer to provide protection and enhancement to the substrate. This Exposed Aggregate Sealer is typically applied every 1-3 [ ... ]
|How to Maintain Stamped Concrete|
Stamped Concrete Patios and Walkways have become increasingly popular over the last decade. These are decorative concrete surfaces that have endless possibilities when it comes to improving and enhancing your landscaping. Like any concrete surface, stamped patios should be sealed and maintained ever [ ... ]
Concrete is widely used today for many different applications. Around the home concrete is poured for everything from driveways and sidewalks to porches and patios. It can increase the value of your home as long as it is maintained and kept in good condition. To help protect and preserves concrete surfaces around the home it should be sealed. Sealing concrete with a good concrete sealer will provide years of protection and ensure and long life span.
Concrete sealer will protect the surface from many spills and stains. Although it won't stop 100% penetration, it will stop deep penetration from water rust, dirt, grime, oil spills and so on making cleanup in the future much easier.
Quality concrete sealers will also lock out moisture which is especially important in cold climates. As water is able to penetrate concrete it can freeze and cause expensive damage. Sealing the concrete will stop moisture and water from penetrating the surface. A good concrete sealer will also protect the surface from winter salts which can cause erosion and pitting. Read more...