Sealing concrete floors is an effective way to protect them from damage and keep them looking good for longer. If you have a new concrete floor, it's important to wait at least a month for it to cure before applying the sealant. This will ensure that the sealant is applied in optimal conditions and will provide the best protection for your floor. Sealing a concrete floor is an important step in any decorative concrete floor installation, as it helps to extend the life of the floor and preserve its appearance.
It's also important to note that sealing an old, damaged concrete floor requires more effort than sealing a new one. Concrete is generally a durable material, and a concrete road can last between 25 and 30 years unless it is damaged. Companies that sell sealing products may advertise that sealants should be applied every year, but even skeptics agree that periodic sealing will help extend the life of any concrete slab, whether it's an entrance, patio, pool deck, or sidewalk. There are several reasons why a concrete surface can be damaged.
The conditions under which it is poured, sedimentation, shrinkage, overload, and several other factors can cause concrete to crack, break and peel off.