When it comes to protecting your pavers, sealing them is one of the best ways to ensure that they remain in good condition for years to come. Sealing your pavers will give them a clean, damp look with a shiny finish, depending on the type of sealer you use. It won't alter the color of the paving stone, but will instead highlight the tone of the material and improve its color. Additionally, the color will stay looking new for longer as sealants provide protection against UV rays that can cause discoloration.
If you don't seal your pavers, they won't decay or wither. However, you may have to clean them more often and it may be harder to remove certain stains. Sealants create an invisible layer on top of the pavers that repels water, oil, and anything else that might accidentally fall on them, as long as you wash it off quickly. Sealing is also a great way to protect your pavers from rain, snow, ice, and even the sun (although most pavers are designed to be UV-resistant).
It can also protect them from any foreign substances that might fall on them, such as oil stains, leaves, or spills. Most paving stone manufacturers will tell you that sealing your pavers is optional. However, it's highly recommended if you want to protect your investment and maintain the beauty of your hard surfaces. Our proven repair, cleaning and sealing system will also restore the original shine to old, dirty and faded pavers.