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Why You Shouldn’t Hire a Cheap Contractor for Paver Sealing

When you see discounts and deals, it’s easy to get caught in the hype. After all, that cash can be spent in better places! But when it comes to home maintenance, you shouldn’t hire a cheap contractor for paver sealing.  They may not come off as dirt cheap. Maybe they have a super amazing special […]

How Can You Save on Your Paver Repair?

Are you reducing your concrete paver’s beauty and longevity? If you don’t wash and seal your pavers, you are! And paver repair could become expensive! Pavers are a big investment with huge rewards. They increase your home’s curb appeal and add value to your property. It’s estimated that pavers can last 30 years or more […]

Paver Sealer Problems: Why is my Sealer Peeling?

Have you recently sealed your paver driveway, lanai, or patio and noticed flaking and peeling? You’re not alone! This is one of the most common paver sealer problems we come across when new customers contact us.

Paver Sealer Problems: Why is my Sealer Yellow?

Does this sound familiar? It was exciting to learn that sealing your pavers: Extends their longevity Improves their appearance Defends against moisture And prevents damage Thrilled to protect your investment, you bought a sealer. Perhaps you were adventurous and applied it yourself or maybe you called up that guy with a truck who said he […]

What is the Best Sealer for Pavers?

Sealing your pavers is the smartest way to protect your investment. When you seal your driveway, patio, pool deck, or lanai, it fills in the porous surface and defends against Stains UV rays Mold Weeds Moisture Moisture is one of the greatest adversaries to pavers because they are extremely absorptive. This is the reason they […]

Why Should I Seal My Pavers (More Benefits of Sealing Pavers)

Pavers are an expensive but rewarding material to use when constructing a driveway, pool deck, lanai, or patio. They are durable and look fantastic which increases your home’s perceived value and curb appeal. But they won’t continue to look amazing if you don’t seal your pavers. Without protection, the rain and sun can ruin your […]

How Often Do You Need to Seal Pavers?

Your pavers are looking dull. The color has faded, and every time you spill a little liquid, it absorbs straight through. You aren’t sure whether the weeds or the stains are sprouting up faster. Is there any hope of preserving your pavers? Or are they a lost cause? Paver sealing is a heavily debated topic, […]

How Often Should You Hire a Paver Cleaner?

You knew that owning property came with chores, but you overlooked the challenge of maintaining your exterior surfaces. And now, you feel as though your driveway, patio, or lanai is looking back at you! Your once beautiful pavers are frightfully dark, with green and black growing all over them. The Creature from the Black Lagoon hasn’t […]

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 […]

How to Restore Pavers

Over 30 years ago, to restore pavers in a driveway, lanai, or patio, you had to remove every individual paver, clean the weeds and dirt by hand, reinstall every paver, sand in between the joints, and then seal the surface.  The amount of time and money a project of this kind took back then was […]

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 […]