Patio Restoration and Sealing
Restore any old brick paver patio or any hardscape project to help bring back the natural beauty of your outdoor living space.
Preserve the beauty
Pavers are an excellent foundation for exterior layouts and provide a secure aesthetic investment that increases the value of your home. However over time, like any exterior surface, exposure to weather and use will result in discoloration and deterioration. Climatic conditions, tire marks, motor oil, BBQ grease, leaves and other organic stains and fertilizer granules are among the elements that will lead to faded beauty.
A Techniseal Protector offers long lasting durability as it is resistant to the harmful effects of today’s tough climate. This Protector is breathable, dries quickly after a rainfall and will not flake or turn yellow from UV rays. These are the reasons most paver professionals recommend and use a Techniseal high quality Protector to protect their patios, pool decks, walkways and driveways.
Choose among the four finishes
Techniseal offers the choice of 4 finishes to meet your needs while pleasing your aesthetic preferences. Whether the look you want is wet or dry, glossy or matte, you can have your finish and preserve your pavers against the effects of weather, use and time.
Your paver project represents an investment in gracious outdoor living. Erosion and the subsequent maintenance of jointing sand can similarly erode your enjoyment of your outdoor living space. Unlike other paver jointing sands, Techniseal Polymeric Sand remains in place, resisting erosion caused by repeated sweeping, wind, rain and even power washing.
In addition to the aggravation caused by eroded sand turning up in unwanted places like the bottom of your swimming pool or your hardwood floors, airborne weed seeds can take root in loose sand joints. Techniseal Polymeric Sand represents the best defense available against unwanted weeds in your paver project.
Like ants at a picnic, ants in your pavers can spoil your outdoor experience. The best method of avoiding unsightly anthills is to make the ants’ entrance as difficult as possible.