We’ve placed a lot of emphasis on our paver sealing operations lately because it’s so valuable for preserving exterior surfaces. However, it’s also vital to do all the routine cleaning and preparation before getting a major sealing project. Those two components combine to form a winning strategy for a longer paver life expectancy.
Paver sealing is so important, especially as we change seasons and experience different molds and algae proliferate all around us. It’s critical to get those kinds of organisms and substances off your siding, roof, and gutters and completely out of your exterior walkways like your patio. We’ve talked about paver sealing a lot lately, but this time we want to go slightly further to explain its full importance.
It’s surprisingly easy to do paver sealing the wrong way. We can firmly attest to the fact that this is not a “do-it-yourself” sort of project, at least if you wish to avoid some of the headaches we’re about to share with you.
Have you done any tile or brickwork to your patio and noticed a strange salty, filmy substance all over it? You probably thought it was from a bad paving job or failure to clean up after finishing. This is something called “efflorescence,” which is a French word that means “to flower out.”
Almost any preventative maintenance on your home will add to its value, keep it strong and sturdy, and enhance beautification. That’s why it’s a great idea to periodically seal your brick paver driveway.
When have a concrete patio or you’re looking to have one installed, it can be easy to assume that because it’s concrete it won’t need any maintenance or cleaning. You may also believe that whatever cleaning that it does it would be minimal. This isn’t the case as concrete patios need a certain amount of care to keep them looking their best. But don’t fret, because we have a few tips to keep your concrete patios looking great!
The Anxiety and Depression Society of America have previously indicated that the physical act of cleaning can relieve anxiety and stress. There’s no better time to utilize this formula than now, as we head towards the end of the year and into 2022. With a time for rejuvenation and change in the air, it’s time you get your backyard to look its very best.
Pavers are a versatile and attractive addition to any home or commercial property. When properly maintained and cared for, they can bring a lot of visual appeal to an outdoor area. However, many times they are neglected and left to crack and gather rust and debris.