Efflorescence

Why are There White Spots on my Pavers? Treating Efflorescence on Pavers

  Efflorescence on Pavers – Preparation for Removal Good morning. Today we are going over efflorescence removal. First thing we want to do is get the pavers wet. This entire area here is suffering from what we call “efflorescence“. Simply, it’s just the calcium deposits making their way to the top. What expedites that is

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Paver Sealer Problems – 5 Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

Before you pull out the paver sealer, there are many things that need to be done in preparation. This is where many individuals go wrong. They slap on sealant without taking the extra necessary steps to create a beautiful and durable protective layer over their driveway, patio, or lanai. Paver sealing is a science, and if

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How to Prepare Pavers for Sealing: Paver Cleaning and Sanding

Choosing pavers for your driveway, deck, or patio is a worthy investment for your property. However, to ensure longevity and sustained beauty, they need maintenance. We have already discussed why you should seal your pavers, but today, we want to discuss how to prepare pavers for sealing. Yes! There is a lot of preparation required before

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How much does it cost to have pavers sealed? What do you charge per square foot?

Hey guys, Jeremy here with the Premier Pro Wash and Seal. In this video I want to go over the pricing structure when it comes to the question “what do you charge per square foot to seal my pavers”? It’s a question we get quite often. It’s a fair question but unfortunately, it’s just not

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Paver sealing step-by-step process using a water based sealer by Premier Pro Wash & Seal

This video demonstrates step-by-step our paver sealing process. An extra step was taken in the beginning due to several rust stains throughout and efflorescence. A specialty acid was used to combat both the rust and efflorescence. Afterwards, neutralizing the acid is very important to eliminate any adverse reaction to the sealer. Once acid washed and

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