Frequently Asked Questions

What primary services do you offer?

We specialize in the cleaning and sealing of concrete pool decks, patios, driveways and walkways. This includes stamped concrete, exposed aggregate and regular concrete.

How often do I need to seal my project?

Every 2 to 3 years and in some cases 4 years. Do not believe you need to seal your project every year. It will destroy the appearance of your project. Just because it’s not shiny, doesn’t mean there is no sealer.

What are the rates of your services?

Every project is different in size and has challenges that can be different, depending on who sealed it, what was used and how the sealer was applied. So we provide free quotes, but only after we measure, visually see and test the surface by placing water on it. This helps us price your project accordingly at a fair price.

Why does my project look dull weeks after I have it sealer?

This is the result of a sealer that has plastic in it it. The plastic in sealers are fillers. The more plastics, the cheaper the sealer.

The sun’s uv rays cooks the plastics, turning the sealer cloudy. Cloudy sealer prevents the sun rays from reflecting of the acrylics in the sealer. Just like a dirty window-tough for the sun to shine through.

Don’t allow cheap, wrong type of sealers to be used on your stamped concrete, exposed aggregate or regular concrete project.

Are you licensed and insured?

We are fully licensed and fully insured. This includes Liability Insurance and Workman’s Compensation Insurance. 

What are your terms and conditions?

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How often should I seal my stamped concrete?

Every 2-3 and sometimes 4 years. Regardless of what you’ve been told, some contractors just want to get you money every year. You should not seal your project every year. Just because the sealer is not shiny, doesn’t mean you no longer have sealer on your project. Putting sealer over sealer is problematic and will, not can. It will destroy your project appearance and take many years to disappear, allowing you to start over. Hopefully, with the right contractor this time. To see projects that have been sealed every year, visit our concrete sealer issues page.