Concrete Sealing

Concrete sealing is not something that should be taken lightly.  You've already sunk your hard-earned money into your concrete driveway, sidewalk, patio . . .  why wouldn't you want to protect it?  If you notice your concrete getting uglier , sealing it is necessary to stop the problems.

If you're like most people, I bet you haven’t had it sealed in years (& probably since it was installed).  Go ahead, pour some water on it – what do you see?  If you see your concrete darken-up and absorb water like a “big hard sponge” then it’s UNSEALED & open for damage.

You’re just asking for trouble if you’re letting water (& everything else) soak right down into your concrete.  H20 expands up to 9% when it freezes - that’s why it will pit, pop, crack & flake off!

Concrete sidewalks, driveways and steps take a beating every summer & winter from both de-icing chemicals and the elements (lawn fertilizer, oil, gas, anti-freeze, UV rays, rain containing high amounts of nitric & sulfuric acids & so on).

It’s going to keep ROTTING FROM THE INSIDE OUT unless you do something to protect it – CAN YOU REALLY AFFORD AN EXPENSIVE TEAR-OUT & REPLACEMENT?

Our "Hydrophobic" penetrating concrete sealer will seal the surface and infiltrate the pores of the concrete, keeping the weather conditions and chemicals from further damaging your concrete.

Our sealer does not change the appearance or the texture of the surface & will not discolor the concrete, or cause it to be slippery.

The Concrete Protector makes concrete easier to clean, is salt, UV, and stain resistant, and environmentally responsible. It will protect your concrete surfaces from the effects of exposure that cause the damage: severe conditions like rainwater, repeated melting and freezing, and road salts, or de-icers.

The Concrete Protector Sealer:

  • Provides excellent water repellency
  • Protects against freeze/thaw damage
  • Resists scaling & popping
  • Protects against salt & water damage
  • Resists oil & chemical stains
  • Protects from harmful UV rays
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