Sealing your concrete is one of the most important aspects of maintaining a beautiful concrete slab. Without properly sealing your concrete it becomes more susceptible to damage like spalling, cracks, and deterioration.
Spalling, one of the most common issues with concrete is caused when water or other contaminants get below the surface of the concrete and cause the surface to chip off leaving the inside of concrete exposed. This exposed concrete can quickly lead to cracks and deterioration if water gets into the concrete and freezes.
Our concrete sealing pros use professional-grade sealants to provide a long-lasting seal helping prevent these types of damage and keeping your concrete looking great for years to come.
If your concrete has not been sealed in a number of years or you are seeing some of the issues we spoke about above you likely need to seal your concrete. We can also repair the issues your concrete has before sealing it so you can prevent more costly repairs or replacement.
Below are some of the concrete sealing projects we've completed. Some of these projects required repairs before the concrete was sealed however, the repairs and sealing saved these homeowners thousands vs. replacing the concrete.
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Top 8 Reasons to Seal Your Concrete
Keeps treated surfaces cleaner
High-performance, breathable, reactive, penetrating, superior water repellent sealer
Minimizes penetration from de-icing chemicals, salt, water, etc., that may damage concrete/masonry surface
Reduces spalling of new concrete surfaces
Will extend the life of concrete and masonry structures
Penetrates deeply for maximum protection
Chemically bonds to the substrate, preventing liquid absorption while allowing excellent vapor transmission
Leaves no residue/requires no cleaning after application