Tag: driveway sealer

20 January

Protecting and designing you concrete driveway is incredibly important. For too long, homeowners would pour their concrete driveways, use a “cure and seal”, then forget about their driveways entirely. But “cure and seal” driveway sealers only last a few years after the concrete is poured. After that, your driveway is exposed and open to the […]

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13 June

Your driveway probably needs sealed. While that may sound like a blunt statement, it’s most likely true. The fact is, most residential driveways are left unsealed. When they’re poured, most concrete driveways have a “cure and seal” applied to protect the new surfaces. This sealer is effective, but it breaks down in a few years. […]

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27 April

Premier Concrete Coatings can protect your concrete driveway from cracks, chips, and breaking caused by water. Concrete is a naturally porous material, which allows water to get in and cause all kinds of damage. Every time it rains, water soaks into the unsealed concrete. This water will eventually freeze and cause small cracks in your […]

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04 February

Re-Deck of Central Ohio can protect it against water damage with its wash and seal service. Concrete driveways are strong and durable, but not enough homeowners know about the risks associated with water getting into their concrete. Unsealed concrete is very porous, which allows water to get in and freeze, causing cracks in the concrete, […]

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09 August

The typical final step in most new concrete projects is the same – spray a “Cure & Seal” product on the surface. While it is actually best to use plain old water from your garden hose – spraying and keeping the concrete wet (which allows crystals in the concrete to grow within the matrix of […]

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