Flagler Clean and Seal is a full service brick, stone, and paver restoration, cleaning, and sealing company. Northeast Florida's leader in Brick Paver Cleaning, Sealing and Restoration! We have the knowledge and equipment necessary to get your paver cleaning, paver sealing, or paver restoration project done with the quality you expect.
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First things first, we evaluate your current paver, brick, or concrete condition and make any necessary repairs. If the necessary repairs are major, we may make a separate recommendation for repairs before continuing.
Next, our professional power washing services clean the area thoroughly washing away old sand, dirt, weeds and moss.
Next we wet sand with premium joint sand, this ensures the sand is compacted all the way down for optimal joint stabilization.
Lastly we apply a high performance sealer, it provides long-lasting benefits including easier maintenance, visual enhancement and protection of the surface ultimately protecting your investment.
Our free estimate includes assessing the size and scope of the project, and evaluating the overall current state and appearance of the pavers, bricks or stones. Our proposal will include an all inclusive plan for cleaning, restoring, and sealing your outdoor space.
Paver sealer fails for several reasons. In almost all cases, it's directly a result of improper preparation prior to applying the sealer, or the use of a poor quality sealer - or both. Solvent based sealers and poor quality water based sealers are not suggested for the tropical Florida climate. This is primarily due to two main reasons:
1. Solvent based sealers cannot be applied when moisture is present. Moisture weakens the bond that the solvent based sealer makes to the paver, creating
airspace that eventually fills with moisture/condensation. This condensation creates a milky appearance to it that blocks out the colors of the pavers. Coastal Florida has a climate with a moisture level so high it's nearly impossible to seal pavers with with solvent based sealers.
2. Poor quality water based sealers, and solvent based sealers do not allow ground moisture to escape through the sealer.
Our sealer dries with microscopic pores allowing this naturally occurring process to happen. When moisture is trapped beneath the sealer, it causes it to delaminate from the paver and create airspace. That space eventually fills with moisture, turns white and looks unsightly.
We consider condition, drainage, grade, and prior failed sealer and other potential problem areas.
We are equipped to handle only minor repair work. If needed, we make recommendations for more extensive repairs that may need to be done before continuing.