Have you ever seen previously sealed pavers that have a cloudy, white, milky look to them? How about pavers that appear the sealer is almost flaking off in areas? If so, chances are the previous contractor used a solvent or oil based sealer that failed. Sadly, we see this almost daily. These contractors run and hide and leave us to fix their mistake. Solvent sealers fail in Florida because of excessive humidity. Across the Tampa Bay area, from Wesley Chapel to Valrico and Bradenton, we receive a lot of rainfall! Over time, all that moisture gets trapped under the sealer. The water locked inside pavers creates a cloudy, white, and blotchy appearance.
Once sealer fails on your pavers, the only resolution is to chemically strip off the failed sealer. That process is 3-5 times the cost of sealing to restore your pavers!
You’ve spent too much money having your pavers installed to let amateurs ruin your property! Protect pavers with the right sealer, one that will hold up for years.
Two part professional grade water based sealer provides a safer and more reliable alternative. Our sealer is guaranteed not to fail, trap moisture, flake, or turn yellow.
We offer two different choices:
- Enhanced (wet look)
- Natural look
When complete, the finished wet look will be almost equivalent to how your pavers appear after it rains. It’s a clean look that brings out the color with a nice, light sheen.
For natural stones such as travertine and marble, our natural sealer is almost as popular as our enhanced sealer. About half of our clients prefer the natural look while the other half prefers the wet look. But for pavers, almost 98% prefer the enhanced version.
The choice is yours!
We do not have sealers that produce a high gloss.
Be careful with high, high gloss sealers because they are typically a solvent or oil based sealer.