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For the best possible results, it is best to hire a professional to install and seal your pavers. The majority of the work lies in preparing the paving stone floor, and when it comes to sealing, you need a high-quality pressure washing machine. You need to clear the area of dirt and debris, and prepare the base material and sand bedding before laying the pavers down in the desired pattern. Then it is necessary to sweep sand over the...

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Interlocking pavers are favored because they create a strong, durable surface that can withstand prolonged exposure to inclement weather and heavy loads. It is possible to remove individual pavers if they are damaged, and no mortar is required when installing them. As interlocking pavers are also extremely decorative and versatile, they are well worth considering when looking to install pavers. Continue reading about driveway and...

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This depends on the type of sealer used. Certain sealers are great for allowing the pavers to cure and breathe, while others trap lime and salts on the surface of the pavers because they are not breathable. You should be looking to seal the pavers when they are new, because the whole purpose of sealing is to preserve the “new” look of the pavers on your yard or driveway. Continue reading about driveway and paving...

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One possible issue is weeds growing between the paver joints, but you can prevent this by filling up the joints with sand and adding a sealant. Otherwise, you’ll have to keep a close eye on your paving surface and kill any weeds that appear. There are various cleaning solutions you can apply to get rid of skid marks, algae, oil, and grime. You may see a whitish haze, known as efflorescence, on the surface of the paving stones, but you...

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How Often Should Pavers Be Sealed?

How Often Should Pavers Be Sealed?


Posted By on Dec 14, 2014

Again, this depends on the product, and it is essential to ask an expert. When paving stones are properly sealed, they should be okay for five or six years, at which point you would apply another light coat, which should keep your pavers looking good for another six years. Continue reading about driveway and paving...

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One of the best things about paving stones is their versatility. You can use them in your yard, driveway, garden steps, pool deck, walkway, and just about any other location outside your home. Continue reading about driveway and paving options.

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