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Why did my pavers turn a milky white color?

Concrete Pavers turn white or become milky looking due to trapped moisture under the old coat of sealer. This is common with xylene or solvent-based sealers. Our water-based sealers allow the pavers to breathe, eliminating the chance of this happening

Do I need to re-sand my paver joints?

In most cases, yes. The sand should be at least 1/8 inch below the chamfer edge of the brick. Our sealing does a great job of locking in the sand so that it does not easily wash out.

How long should I wait before sealing my new pavers?

Typically 60-90 days. The main reason to wait is so that efflorescence can work its way to the surface and be cleaned off. The more the pavers get wet, the quicker this happens. For this reason, the amount of time to wait may vary depending on what time of the year it is.

Why should I seal my driveway?

Sealing your pavers is important to protect them from harmful UV rays, it helps resist mold and mildew and prevents staining from such things as vehicles, trees, and water runoff.

Will any debris get into my pool when I get my pool deck cleaned and sealed?

We keep dirt and debris getting into your pool to a minimum by using proper pressure cleaning techniques and industry-specific equipment that prevents excessive amounts of dirt from getting into the pool. A simple pool filter cleaning the day after we clean will clear up most debris that works its way into the pool. Any sealer that may drip from the coping edges will NOT do any harm to your pool or pool equipment. The amount of debris that gets into your pool will also be determined by the type of coping you have on your pool.

How often do I need to reseal my pavers?

A good sealing job, with a good product, should last between two to four years depending on the sealer used, the care given to the area, the traffic and the elements (i.e. rain, sun etc…). In addition, the quality of the pavers and the condition of the pavers play a large role in the longevity of the sealer.

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