Paver Sanding & Sealing For Wonderfully Cared For Asheville Hardscapes

Paver Sanding & Sealing

Paver sanding & sealing is a crucial process in maintaining the longevity and appearance of the outdoor paver surfaces of your Asheville home. And our experts at One Shot Pressure Washing provide premier care and maintenance of these aesthetically pleasing and functional features of patios and walkways.

Whether you have a patio, driveway, or walkway made of pavers, sanding and sealing them can significantly enhance their durability, prevent weed growth, and provide an appealing finish. This kind of pressure washing for Asheville property owners is exactly what will keep your pavers strong and functional for years to come.

The process of paver sanding & sealing involves filling the joints between the pavers with sand. This process is known as joint sanding or polymeric sand installation. Polymeric sand is a specially formulated sand that contains polymers, which, when activated by water, create a binding agent.

This binding agent helps to stabilize the pavers, prevent shifting, and inhibit weed growth. During the sanding process, the sand is spread evenly over the surface and then swept into the joints. Excess sand is removed, and the surface is compacted to ensure proper filling.

Paver Sealing To Protect Your Freshly Cleaned Pavers

There are different types of sealers available, including acrylic sealers, polyurethane sealers, and epoxy sealers. The choice of sealer depends on the specific requirements of your pavers and the desired finish.

Before applying the sealer, it is essential to thoroughly clean the paver surface to remove any dirt, stains, or debris, so our pressure washing team ensures this step is performed as perfectly as possible.

Regular maintenance is key to preserving the benefits of paver sanding & sealing. It's tempting to take a do-it-yourself approach in this respect, but why bother? Turn to One Shot Pressure Washing at 828-620-3801 to begin this process and to not only start the process but ensure your pavers are properly maintained for as long as possible.

Paver Washing To Remove Rust Stains

Some pavers contain iron sulfide particles, and when they come n contact with water minerals, the result is a rust-looking stain. The chemical detergents that must be used in the rust removal process are best handled by professionals like the ones at One Shot Pressure Washing.

These chemicals typically are oxalic acid, trisodium phosphate, or hydrochloric acid. Rather than risk dangerous exposure or an incorrection water-to-chemical dilution ratio, give us a call at 828-620-3801, and we'll take care of this for you.