Concrete sealing is the process of adding a sealant to the top of your concrete to bond it together and protect its surface.
When concrete has been poured and completely dried, it benefits from having a sealant painted on top to protect it from future cracking, water damage, and other types of potential damages that could lead to premature deterioration.
We recommend sealing your concrete after installation and to maintain it over the years as concrete sealant can prolong the strength and durability of the concrete itself.
When you seal your concrete with an industrial sealant, you’ll provide your concrete with long-lasting results. This is why we recommend clients to have their concrete sealed when it’s completely dried after a new installation, as this is the best time to coat the concrete and ensure that it stays in new condition after being put into use.
If you’re investing in your concrete and want long-lasting results in both your concrete’s integrity, durability, and appearance, then sealing it after it’s completely dried is the best option.
Our concrete pros will assist you in scheduling a concrete sealing appointment soon after your concrete has fully cured in order to add it to the top.
Sealing your concrete is often a more affordable approach to concrete maintenance over time.
This is because when your concrete is sealed it requires less upkeep and repairs during its use whereas sealant only needs to be added to your concrete every few years to keep it protected.
We’ve found that sealant is a more reliable and affordable solution to caring for your concrete than repairing or reinstalling new concrete every few years, as the damages usually bear higher costs the more severe they are.
Along with long-lasting results and affordability, sealing your concrete makes for a more durable surface as a whole. Adding sealant has proven to prolong your concrete’s durability because the added strength can help it withstand excessive exposure to heat, moisture, and fluctuating temperatures.
These kinds of changes in weather and climates can be harsh on fresh concrete or even older concrete that isn’t as strong.
Adding a sealant helps your concrete adjust to the outdoor changes and can make sure that it doesn’t crack or crumble during storms or dropping temperatures.
If you’re looking for the easiest way to maintain your concrete, adding a sealant to it is the way to go.
Sealing your concrete ensures that it doesn’t require as much regular repairs or maintenance over time, only the occasional cleaning power washing or cleaning.
If you park your cars on the sealed concrete or use your concrete as a work space, you can trust that the oils and liquids disposed from tools and vehicles won’t readily damage or deteriorate your concrete as it’s been sealed previously with our industrial-grade concrete sealant.
Cleaning your concrete with power washing tools doesn’t break down the sealant, but we do recommend having it touched up every few years. We also offering garage epoxy flooring service.