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Patio Paver Restoration

When it comes to restoring your patio, the process is done over a three visit period. This is broken into a 3-step process due to each step requiring time to dry and settle before proceeding.

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Powerwashing

The first step to restoring the look of your patio is to powerwash. Powerwashing is generally completed on the first visit. Depending on the size of the area needing to be cleaned, additional time may be necessary.

pricing based on square footage of area

Polymeric Sand

The second step to restoring the look of your patio is adding in polymeric sand. This process is done second and cannot be started until the area is completely dry from step one.

Polymeric sand is a substance that is used to fill paver joints, or the spaces between pavers, tiles, and natural stone. It's also known as paver sand, jointing sand, or hardscape sand. The sand is a mixture of specified additive particles with jointing sand, which is made up of fine grains. When this chemical comes into contact with water, it becomes an ultra-strong bonding agent that tightly bonds concrete elements together. Polymeric sand is ideal to use because the joints it produces are long-lasting and uniform. This avoids the chance of weed development and ant infestation, which could compromise the paver project's overall aesthetics and longevity.

pricing based on square footage of area

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Sealing

The last step to restoring the look of your patio is adding in sealing. Sealing cannot be started until the area is dry from step two. Sealing the stone will keep it looking as beautiful as the day it was installed. Sealants protect this naturally porous material from stains, erosion, and wear while also enhancing its appearance.

Choosing the right type of finish for the sealant can make the finished result have rather different appearances. I can assist and guide you towards the look you are wanting to achieve with the end product.

pricing based on square footage of area

Patio Paver Restoration: Projects
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