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Unsealed concrete can break down much quicker than sealed concrete, and can begin to pit or chip. This is especially true for areas with high salt exposure. Proper maintenance on your sealer will drastically increase the life of your concrete. 

Concrete Sealer FAQs


What surfaces should I seal?

All concrete should be sealed. Sealing your concrete will protect the surface and extend it's life. Interior and exterior concrete that has high traffic patterns or is exposed to sun, rain, salt, etc. should be will most likely need resealing more often.

What happens if I don’t seal my concrete?

Concrete is a porous material that can easily absorbs liquids. Sealing your concrete prevents liquids such as oil, chemicals, salt, fertilizers and more from staining or destroying the concrete surface. 

Will my concrete be shiny?

There is a plethora of sealer finishes that can meet anyones aesthetic needs. From matte finish to high gloss, there is an option for everyones liking.

How often should I reseal?

Depending on how much traffic or weather is exposed to the concrete, generally you would want to reseal every 1-3 years.

How do you apply concrete sealer?

Concrete sealers can be rolled on or sprayed onto the surface of the concrete. 

How long does it take sealer to dry?

The dry time for sealer varies backed on how much is applied. It's best to stay off newly sealed concrete for at least 48 hours. 

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