Pave Sealers are concrete sealers used to protect the surface of pavers from cracking and general wear. It can also be utilised to hide imperfections in the paver itself.
Paver Sealer is a solution or mixture of chemicals applied to the surface by spraying, brushing, or rolling. The sealer dries quickly, usually within 24 hours. This is an advantage.
How can a paving sealer help you?
If you have a paver or concrete patio, you likely know how important it is to keep that surface clean and protected. They will help you do just that.
Protection from UV rays: The sun’s UV rays can cause discolouration and fading of your pavers over time. They will protect them from these rays, so your they look their best longer.
Protection from water damage: Pavers are prone to water damage because they are porous and absorb water quickly, which can lead to cracks in the surface. A sealer will help prevent this problem by locking moisture into the surface, keeping it from seeping through.
Improved stain resistance: A sealer helps prevent discolouration caused by mould and mildew growth on the surface. This means fewer stains and less maintenance over time!
How can the pavement get damaged?
They are an essential product for the longevity of your pavers. It protects and maintains beauty. If you are looking to protect them, consider using this product.
The most common way that pavers get damaged is through weathering. The sun can damage the surface and cause it to become cracked or fade over time. This can be highly unsightly and potentially dangerous if there are sharp edges on these cracks or if they are unevenly spread across the surface. If you have gaps in your pavers, then you are going to need to seal them with a high-quality sealer to prevent more damage from occurring due to weathering effects such as rain runoff and wind erosion which can occur during heavy storms or high winds conditions such as hurricanes or typhoons type events. This type of weathering may also cause small holes in the surface area, which could lead to water seeping into those areas causing more damage over time if left untreated properly first before further damage occurs from rainwater runoff through those cracks.
It is a coating that can be applied to protect from harsh elements. It covers the pavers from water damage, helps prevent algae and moss growth, and keeps dirt from getting stuck in the joints.
However, paver sealers can wear down over time and must be reapplied. If it is wearing down, here are some ways you can tell:
1) If it has turned white or yellowish, it has been exposed to too much sunlight and needs to be reapplied.
2) If your paver sealer becomes dull or opaque after exposure to rainwater or snowmelt, it must be reapplied.
3) If there are visible cracks in the surface of your pavers where they meet together (known as “joints”), it may mean that your joint compound has dried out and needs replacement.
Paver Sealer is easy to apply, won’t crack or chip, and can sustain in any weather. It also protects your pavers from UV rays, water damage, and other factors that can damage them over time.