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Paver & Stone Sealing

Paver, Stone and Travertine sealers are designed to protect paver surfaces without changing the look, color, or appearance of the paver or stones surface. The sealants highlight the color in the paver and stones. They chemically react below the surface to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores that will cause water and other liquids to bead off the surface. A lot of people wonder if it’s worth it to seal brick pavers. Although it’s not an absolute requirement, there are many benefits to taking the extra step. Below are some of the advantages of sealing your brick pavers.


Travertine Sealing

8 Benefits to Sealing Brick Paver or Travertine

#1: Helps with Repelling Water Damage:

Water damage can be devastating to the look and feel of your brick pavers. So taking the extra step to seal them can make them look a lot better and last longer.



#2: Helps with Stain Repellant:

No matter how careful you are with walking or driving on your brick patio or driveway, there are always going to be stains that happen. Sealing the pavers will help with repelling the stains that oil, grime, and grease cause.



#3: Helps with Cleaning:

Since the sealant will help with repelling the stains, a sealed patio or driveway is going to be a lot easier to clean than one that hasn’t been sealed. So you have more time to enjoy your patio or driveway.



#4: Enhances the Look:

When your pavers have been sealed, they are going to look great for much longer. They also are going to last a lot longer than those that aren’t sealed.



#5: Strengthens Your Pavers:

Sealing your pavers will help with making them stronger. This can help you with saving money since you won’t have to replace them as often as you would if they hadn’t been sealed. There is a lot less chance of cracking and breaking.



#6: Help Withstand Weather Conditions that are Harsh:

Even if you don’t have to worry about ice and snow, heavy rains and hail can be just as damaging to your brick pavers. Once they are sealed, however, it can help with giving them strength to stand up to harsh weather.



#7: Reduces Cracks and Loosening:

Not only do cracks and loose bricks look awful, they also can be dangerous since it can cause someone to trip and fall. But when you seal your pavers, this can greatly help with reducing the large amount of loose and cracked pavers.



#8: A resand with Sealing, Help to Restricts Growth of Grass and Weeds:

There is nothing more unsightly than having grass and weeds come up between your pavers. But doing a re-sand and sealing them can stop for a time the grass and weeds from growing up in between the bricks.

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