Concrete may look like a pour-and-go solid material, and that’s partially true. But, to get the best results from concrete, it needs to be sealed. This process helps it to resist damage, corrosion and staining. One type of damage concrete is particularly susceptible to is cracking from being poured in freeze-thaw regions of the country.
Sealers protect from all these possibilities, and can even enhance the colors of the concrete.
These sealers bind and “penetrate” the concrete to apply invisible, breathable protection.
Water or solvent based, acrylic sealers create a thin film to resist moisture and enhance color.
Water or solvent based, polyurethanes create a thick film and protects from scuffs, and chemical abrasion.
Also resistant to scuffs and chemical abrasion, epoxies provide a glossy finish and can be pigmented!
Don’t install a beautiful patio to just have it fall into disrepair. Seal it properly and enjoy it for decades!
A Simple Process, Professionally Executed
Applying sealer sounds simple, but it takes technique. First the concrete is cleaned, then the sealer is poured over.
When you hire M & D Specialty Coatings, we will bring the equipment to clean so deeply you won’t see a speck of dust. And when it comes to applying the sealant, we will ensure it’s smooth, covering your patio consistently, without pooling or bubbles.
Your Patio Pros
The benefits of sealing your patio can be summed up in four words:
Whether you have an old patio that needs refurbishing, or would like a new one built, M & D Specialty Coatings is the team for you. With exceptional customer service and years of experience and knowledge, our family loves to help yours to enjoy the outdoors as much as possible with unique and long-lasting patios.
Applying sealer to your concrete patio is the final step in the installation process and adds five to 10 years to its lifespan! Reapplication can be done every three to five years, and following this maintenance schedule you won’t have to worry about your foundation for summer entertainment falling into disrepair.
Call us today for your free quote!