Watch how we clean, sand, and seal our driveways in this short 2 minute time lapse!
We start by spraying the surface with our specialized solutions. This will remove any mold or mildew. We then inspect and remove rust stains, efflorescence, and oil stains as needed.
Once all the stains and dirt has been removed, we can then start the surface cleaning process. High speed surface cleaners are used to clean the area, eliminating any over spray, while protecting its surrounding from flying debris.
Once the area is clean and rinsed away of any dirt, we apply sand into the joints (cracks) of the pavers. We start by spreading the sand out and brooming the sand into the cracks. The sand will help prevent weeds and also help prevent your pavers from shifting or becoming uneven in the future.
After we have spread the sand out, we get as much sand as we can into the joints (cracks) of the pavers. We can now start our hydro compacting process. During our hydro compacting process, we use medium water pressure to drive the sand into the joints (cracks) of the pavers. We then blow off the surface with blowers to ensure the surface is clear and ready to seal.
The first coat we apply is called the flood coat. The flood coat will saturate the sand into the joints with sealer, causing the sand to become very hard. This will lock the sand in place.
After the flood coat has been applied, we then apply another coat called the top coat. The top coat will ensure the sealer will last a long time. It will also help enhance a nice sheen or natural look.