Count on us to protect your stone, concrete, or pavers with professional sealing.
Many types of stone as well as concrete and pavers need to be properly sealed in order to look and perform their best. Unfortunately, when the sealing work is done with cheap/wrong products or techniques, the look of the stone can be permanently damaged. Don’t risk it!!
At Parkland Pressure Clean & Detail, LLC, we have been sealing stone, concrete and pavers for years. We know from experience what products and techniques work best on different materials and in different applications. Whether you are interested in sealing a marble counter top in your home or a high-traffic stone floor in your business, we can handle the job.
We Only Use The Best Commercial Grade Sealers
There is a vast variety of sealing products you can get your hands on these days. Unfortunately, many of them have serious flaws. They may have a strong odor or even pollute your indoor air with unhealthy volatile organic chemicals. Another potential problem is that many DIY products are topical sealants rather than penetrating sealants. This means they just sit on the surface of the stone, preventing the stone from breathing and potentially creating an unsightly hazy or streaky look. When you trust Parkland Pressure Clean & Detail, LLC with your sealing project, you can rest assured we will select the correct products for your needs, based on the type of material and whether it is an interior or exterior application. We will clean your stone thoroughly to remove all traces of dirt or old surface treatments and ensure you get the best possible benefit from the sealant.
Sealing Done Right!
Sealing stone, concrete, or pavers has two main benefits:
Protection: Natural stone, concrete, and pavers may look quite solid and dense, but they are actually porous. The more porous the material, the easier it is for water or acids to contact and react with minerals in the stone and create stains. By sealing the stone, you can reduce the size of the pores and coat the exposed minerals. This slows penetration time and helps prevent staining.
Beauty: Any type of sealant is going to make your stone look more beautiful, simply by reducing pores’ ability to trap dirt and making the surface easier to clean. When sealing marble or granite, you typically want to use a clear penetrating sealer that will not change the color or finish of the stone. However, with other types of stone or with concrete or pavers, you can use an enhancing sealant designed to provide a glossy, look and or enhance the color of the material.