Concrete Sealing

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Sealing Stamped Concrete

Sealing stamped concrete is essential to protecting your investment. If you are considering (or already own) stamped or decorative concrete around your home or business, you already know it is an attractive complement to any area. Stamped surfaces are durable and provide greater wear resistance if they are maintained properly. Related: The Benefits of Sealing …

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Sidewalk Sealing: Protection from Weather and Salt

Sidewalk sealing in Lansing and throughout Michigan is essential. The number of freeze-thaw cycles Michigan has, combined with the practice of throwing down a lot of salt, guarantees an early death for unsealed concrete. Benefits of Sidewalk Sealing Extends the life of the concrete. Provides a safer surface. Protects concrete from weather, oil, salt, fertilizer, …

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Commercial Concrete Sealing: Extend the Life of Your Investment

Commercial concrete sealing is an economical way to protect large concrete projects. Property improvements can be expensive and property managers want those improvements to last as long as possible and maintain the appearance of their properties. The biggest reason to seal commercial concrete is to protect it from salt and other substances that will accelerate deterioration. …

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Residential Concrete Sealing: Driveways, Patios, and Bricks

New home builds typically do not include residential concrete sealing. A typical homeowner also doesn’t have professional knowledge about best practices when it comes to installing a driveway and relies on the general contractor to determine things like slope, depth, feathering, etc. The general contractor tends to go with the lowest bid for the driveway …

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Types of Concrete Sealers

Two main types of concrete sealers are used in Michigan depending on what kind of concrete you are protecting. Reactive penetrating sealer is the most common type of sealer. It is perfect for regular, non-decorative concrete such as driveways, sidewalks, patios, etc. Topical acrylic sealer is the second most common type. It is necessary to …

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