Paver systems in our area are vulnerable to its harsh seasons. In time, un-sealed pavers begin to look worn, faded and dull. Properly restored pavers will renew the surface color and provide a protective barrier from the elements and its damaging effects.

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Most pavers today are made of concrete, which is by its very nature a semi-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. Paver sealing prevents the absorption of these stains, as well as retarding the growth of algae, mold, mildew and weeds making ongoing maintenance of a properly sealed paver surface much easier and far more effective.

An integral part of our paving sealing process is to re-sand the joints prior to application of sealant. Polymeric sand is a unique mixture of polymer binders and calibrated sand. Once the polymeric sand sets, it becomes very firm & locks between the paver joints. This firm bond maintains pavers securely in place, being equally effective on both horizontal & sloped surfaces. It also withstands erosion due to climatic conditions, such as wind, rain and freezing temperatures. Thus it will also help prevent insect penetration & weed sprouting.

Call All Surface Restoration today at 201-405-1033 to restore your pavers.