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Concrete Sealing

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Concrete Sealing

Concrete sealers are often recommended by concrete installers because they offer a barrier to protect your concrete from staining, surface damage, and corrosion. Depending on the type of sealer that you choose, you may have an impermeable layer adhered to the top of your concrete that prevents materials from passing through it, or there may be a layer that blocks the pores in the concrete in order to reduce absorption of water and salts into the concrete.
  • Resist staining
  • Resist cracking
  • Resist surface damage
  • Protect against corrosion
  • Resist mold
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What types of concrete sealer are available?

There are four main types of concrete sealers including, acrylics, epoxies, polyurethanes, and penetrating sealers, such as silanes, silicates, and siliconates. Acrylics offer a thin layer on the surface of the concrete to protect from water and chloride damage. Epoxies are a group of sealers that form a protective film on the concrete surface that offers a hard, abrasion resistant finish. Polyurethane sealers form a high-grade protective film nearly twice as thick as acrylic and produce a very durable chemical and abrasion resistant finish. Penetrating sealers are a group of sealers that penetrate and react chemically with the concrete to shield against moisture and chemical penetration.
  • Acrylics
  • Epoxies
  • Polyurethanes
  • Penetrating Sealers

Decorative Sealers and Finishes

Many concrete sealers not only serve the functional purpose of protecting your concrete from abrasions, chemicals, and water damage, but they also have the additional function of bringing beauty and design to your concrete whether inside or out. There are hundreds of different finishes and designs available from basic high shine concrete to detailed works of art that can be customized to meet your creative ideas for your space. From hardwood to tile look to metallic, light reflecting finishes, the sky is truly the limit when you choose to seal your concrete.
  • Hardwood look
  • Tile look
  • High Shine Metallic
  • Faux Brick
  • Stamped concrete
  • Stenciled designs
  • Marble look
  • Many, many more…
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Benefits of Concrete Sealing

Why would I want to go to the trouble and expense of sealing my concrete (it is only concrete after all)?

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Increase Durability

When you choose to seal the surface of your concrete, you are creating a thin yet dense surface to close off the pores of your concrete. Since concrete is a highly porous surface, you can keep your concrete from staining and cracking by adding a concrete seal. This seal keeps your concrete looking brand new for many years to come.

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Extend Life

By protecting your concrete investment from staining and cracking you can extend the life of your concrete. You will find the need to repair and or replace the concrete much less frequently because your concrete will stay strong when it is sealed away from the elements. This will not only save you time and money, but is also environmentally friendly by saving materials thus making your concrete a sustainable feature of your home.

Offer Protection

A concrete sealer locks out moisture while protecting from sun damage and other chemical damage. Protect your investment with one of our concrete sealing options.

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Design Options

Unsealed concrete can be drab and boring, but when you choose to seal your concrete, you can choose from a nearly infinite number of design options. From matte to high shine finish and from stained concrete to stencils. The sky is the limit when it comes to your design choices. You can even choose to add designer look alike finishes such as hardwood flooring, marble, tile, or brick.

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Inhibit Mold

One of the most important benefits of concrete sealing is the barrier that is created by the sealed surface. When you keep moisture from penetrating into the pores of the concrete, you can protect your investment and your home or family from mold growth that can be caused by water in your concrete.

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Concrete is an investment. With prices on concrete continuing to increase, we are here to help you maximize your money. We want to help you seal your concrete to protect it from the elements. Protect your concrete from water, chemicals, spills, and scratches as well as other normal wear and tear. You will find that you can repair and replace your concrete much less frequently when you choose one of our sealing services.
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Decorative Concrete Sealing

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Concrete Sealing FAQs

Do you need help deciding whether sealing your concrete is the right choice or which type of sealing agent to use? Here are some common frequently asked questions about concrete sealing.

What concrete surface should I seal?

Any surface that is exposed to elements such as chemicals and water require a sealed surface. This would include driveways, basements, pool decks, patios, and garages. Also, any concrete in areas with large swings in temperature known as “freeze- thaw regions” should be sealed to protect your concrete from cracking or breaking.

What would happen if I do not seal my concrete?

Because concrete is a porous surface, any chemicals such as oil, salt, and other common household cleaners penetrate the surface and can cause discoloration, cracking, and other damage. Also, concrete in freeze-thaw regions allow those chemicals to penetrate the pores of the concrete and then they expand as the temperature changes causing further damage. We can also add a slip resistant finish to the sealer to protect your family and guests from risky falls.

How will my sealed concrete look?

The look of your sealed concrete will vary depending not only on what type of finish you choose but also whether you choose to add a customized design to your sealed concrete. But your options are limitless, and to top it off, you can choose a matte finish or a high shine polished finish to complete the look.