We offer concrete sealing throughout the Denver Front Range area. We recommend that you seal your concrete every year to protect it from Colorado’s hot sun, cold winters and rapidly changing temperatures. Concrete sealed on an annual basis will not only look better; but, it will also last a longer. Concrete develops hair-line cracks over time and a new sealant will keep water from getting into these cracks, freezing, and causing expansion.
Removing the Old Sealer
In some instances, we recommend removing the old sealer before putting on a new sealer. This is needed when you are unsure about what type of sealer was previously used. To remove the old sealer we use a biodegradable, non toxic, soy based solution. After the old sealer is removed, we use a power washer that is at least 4,000 psi. The time is slow and tedious because you can only remove an area the size of a business card at a time. In addition, it is important to ensure that you don’t miss any spots or the concrete sealing will turn out badly.
Installing the New Sealer
Sealing concrete correctly is very important. Everyone will quickly notice concrete that has been sealed incorrectly. There are a number of things that can go wrong and removing a bad seal is difficult. When sealing your concrete, you need to ensure it does not puddle or get wet. In addition, it is important that the surface is properly prepared. Anything sealed to the concrete will be there for a very long time.
We know a lot about concrete sealing and would welcome the opportunity to give you a free concrete sealing estimate. You can call us or submit your contact information via our online form. Once contacted, we will setup a time to look at your concrete to determine the appropriate plan of action. We appreciate the opportunity to serve you.