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Concrete sealing is an important aspect of protecting and maintaining the beauty and durability of your home’s exposed concrete surfaces. Many homeowners are aware of the need to seal wood decks, fences, and siding to protect them from damage and discoloration caused by elements such as ice, rain, and sun. However, they may not realize the same applies to their concrete slabs.
Your home is an investment, and protecting it with simple and cost-effective solutions can save you money on repairs and replacements in the future. Sealing your concrete helps to protect it from water, which is its natural enemy. As water and moisture enter the cracks, fissures, and capillaries of the concrete, it can cause expansion and contraction, which can ultimately affect the integrity of the concrete. Humidity in the air can also have a negative impact on concrete.
In addition to protecting against water damage, sealing concrete also protects it from dirt, oil, grease, chemicals, and stains that can mar its appearance and make it difficult to clean. It also improves the shine and luster of the surface.
We offer affordable concrete sealing solutions to keep your concrete looking newer for longer. Contact us today to schedule your concrete sealing services.
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Concrete sealing is the process of applying a protective coating to concrete surfaces to protect them from damage and deterioration.
Sealing concrete can protect it from water damage, staining, and other forms of wear and tear. It can also enhance the appearance of the concrete and make it easier to clean.
The frequency of sealing depends on the amount of use and exposure the concrete receives. Generally, it is recommended to reseal every 1-3 years for exterior surfaces, and every 4-5 years for interior surfaces.
There are many types of sealers available, including acrylic, polyurethane, and epoxy. The type of sealer used will depend on the intended use of the concrete and the level of protection needed.
Yes, it is possible to seal concrete yourself. However, it is important to properly prepare the surface and choose the right type of sealer for the job. If unsure, it is best to hire a professional to ensure the job is done correctly.