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Brick Paver Clean­ing and Restora­tion Com­pany Day­tona Beach Area

Paver Seal­ing Day­tona is the Day­tona Beach’s pre­ferred paver restora­tion com­pany for timely, reli­able ser­vice through­out the Day­tona Beach area.
We have the knowl­edge and expe­ri­ence to get your paver seal­ing job done right, the first time. We are the pre­ferred brick paver and traver­tine seal­ing con­trac­tor of many Day­tona Beach area cus­tom home builders, paver con­trac­tors, condo and homeowner’s asso­ci­a­tions through­out the Day­tona Beach area.

Paver Restora­tion Basics

To begin, not all paver sys­tems are installed cor­rectly using the proper base mate­ri­als, proper com­paction, improper grade of paver deck or drains, and many other things that are not appar­ent imme­di­ately when the pavers are installed by your con­trac­tor. An improper or clogged drain can cause a host of other prob­lems for your paver sys­tem and do real long-​term dam­age. Improp­erly graded brick paver or traver­tine paving sys­tems can direct water towards your house, caus­ing foun­da­tion dam­age, ero­sion, and more.

How to Restore Brick Pavers

The pavers need to be pro­fes­sion­ally cleaned with com­mer­cial grade pres­sure wash­ing equip­ment. (35004000 psi) All pavers should be thor­oughly washed and cross-​washed with a sur­face cleaner to loosen the dirt and moldy sand between the paver joints. All cor­ners and edges of paver sys­tem are detailed with the pres­sure washer wand, includ­ing paver edges around pool screens, columns, edges, and landscaping.

Rins­ing The Pavers

After thor­oughly dou­ble wash­ing the paver area, it is rinsed with a low pres­sure, high vol­ume rinse tip at 4 gal­lons per minute. All paver joints are flushed of mold, algae, molded sand, and weeds. After rins­ing the area clean, we address the stains and spots with chem­i­cal treat­ment where nec­es­sary and addi­tional wand­ing of the pavers.

Stop­ping Algae and Mold

If the paver or traver­tine sys­tem has exces­sive algae, mold, or weeds, an addi­tional step is nec­es­sary to help pre­vent the issue from return­ing. To help pre­vent future algae or mold growth, we then flood the paver sys­tem and paver joints with our pro­pri­etory paver blend that helps kill algae and mold not only on the sur­face of the pavers, but in the joints, under the paver sys­tem, and in the pores of the brick paver itself. After the solu­tion dwells for 30 min­utes, the area is re-​washed with the sur­face cleaner and re-​flushed as men­tioned above.

Resand­ing the Paver Joints

After the paver sys­tem is as clean as pos­si­ble, the paver joints will need to be refilled with the proper coarse-​grained masonry sand. The sand is washed into the paver joints using water, known as the “wet-​sanding” method. Wet sand­ing the pavers is far bet­ter than sweep­ing to prop­erly fill all voids in the paver sys­tem. Dry sweep­ing the sand leaves air gaps and will set­tle imme­di­ately upon con­tact with water.