Aceline Kari Bernier Pavers June 29th, 2018 - 10:55:51
If your pavers are beginning to show some signs of fading or stains you can hire a Michigan paver company to clean strip and re-seal your driveway. This can bring back the original beauty of the paver driveway. Because of the wear and tear of having vehicles driving over the pavers you may have to have your pavers redone every 2 to 3 years to ensure the best performance. With proper maintenance there is no reason why your paver driveway cannot stay looking almost as good as new. Brick paver sealing is also a good idea for paved patios. You invest in a brick paver driveway and patio to improve the value of your property why would you refuse to use basic maintenance like sealing your pavers? Often people buy homes that have already been upgraded with a paver patio or driveway but do not realize just how much brick sealing could improve the look of the landscaping that is there. When pavers are allowed to fade out from the sun and dirt that build up it is hard to see the true beauty of what is there. Paver sealing in Michigan is even more important because of the salt used on the roads during the winter. Salt can stain the pavers and dull the colors. Power washing can help to some degree but sealing the pavers can make them look as good dry as they do wet. Invest in the maintenance needed to protect your property value. Sealing driveway pavers is an easy option for keeping your driveway as good as new.
Structural integrity - An indispensable part of enhancing ones pavers is the process of re-sanding the joints which helps in its stability reduces paver loosening and cracks while effectively reducing the effects of erosion on the pavers preventing the exposure of the structural aggregate. A variety of sealing pavers also provides resistance against salts acids and other corrosive material. Sealing pavers also helps in conservation of water as it protects the joint-sand from erosion. Appearance - The paver wears a clean and glossy look once it is sealed. Sealing paver enhances the appearance of its color. Sealers use ingredients which protect the pavers from fading due to exposure to sunlight.
What is the difference between thick and thin pavers? Where should you use either product? Do thick pavers cost more than thin pavers? Can I install thin pavers on top of my driveway? These are common questions we get from homeowners all of the time. Thick pavers range from two and three eighths of an inch to three and half inches in thickness. They are typically used in new construction. When you build a new home and choose pavers for your hardscaping thick pavers will be used. If you add a new pool to your existing home and decide to install pavers as the decking surface thick pavers will be used. If you want a new patio in your backyard thick pavers will be used. If you want to redo your driveway with pavers the existing concrete should be removed and thick pavers will then be installed on top of base material.
Unsealed interlocking pavers are susceptible to staining chipping and growth of creepers through the cracks and edges. Although pavers require minimum maintenance regularly cleaning of the pavers and occasionally sealing them is necessary to preserve the well-tended look of your pristine patio or driveway. Sealing pavers is quite easy considering that a lot of good quality acrylic based sealants are available in the market. It is important to identify the material of the pavers whether it is clay concrete or stone because scrubbing material depend on it. To clean pavers you can use a scrubbing brush and water with a little amount of regular household detergent. Let the solution sit for fifteen minutes before scrubbing off with a broom.