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Why Should Pavers Be Sealed?

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BA Sealing PaversWhy Should Pavers Be Sealed?

Pavers today are mostly made of concrete, which is a porous material, susceptible to all kinds of staining and marking. Oil, grease and rust are very difficult to remove from unsealed pavers because they are so easily absorbed. Unsealed pavers retain water for long periods, creating and ideal situation for mold and mildew to grow.


Protects against the intense Florida sun and other natural elements.


Protects Pavers from oil, rust and other stains


Inhibits weed growth, insect intrusion and mildew.


Enhances the look of the pavers.


Provides Structural Integrity by locking the joint sand in place


Prevents efflorescence (the white chalky coating)

Paver Sealing Process:

First we chemically treat your pavers to kill any algae growth.

Second step is to pressure wash your pavers clean with a pressure washing surface cleaner.

Third step is to re-sand the paver joints. The forth and final step is to seal your pavers typically with Seal N Lock (wet look).

About Our Paver Sealer

  • Environmentally Safe
  • Won’t harm pets or plants
  • No toxic chemicals
  • Locks the sand in the joints for structural integrity
  • Inhibits Algae and Mold