We proudly offer paver cleaning and sealing services in the Winter Haven area and want to help you protect the pavers on your property.
Brick pavers can add stunning detail and interest to your outdoor living space from the minute they are installed. Unfortunately, the appearance and function of pavers can be compromised over time if they aren’t properly sealed. At Unlimited Property Solutions, we proudly offer paver cleaning and sealing services in the Winter Haven, Florida area and want to help you protect the pavers on your property.
We deliver quality service and unmatched workmanship, as well as solutions that are delivered on time. There are many reasons why you should work with our team, as well as a variety of reasons why you should make paver cleaning and sealing a priority. For example, by sealing your pavers, you:
- Protect your pavers from stain penetration
- Prevent insects from intruding and damaging the pavers
- Help your pavers resist mildew and mold growth
- Keep tires from marking up your pavers if they are used in a driveway
- Stop harmful UV rays from damaging your pavers
- Give your pavers a clean, finished look without making them slippery
The paver cleaning and sealing process usually takes two full days to complete. On the first day, we treat the pavers to remove any existing stains or imperfections and follow up this process with pressure cleaning. On the second day, we make sure the surface of the pavers is completely dry and apply the sealer.
After your pavers have been sealed the first time, we recommend re-sealing them every few years so they continue to look their best and repel damage. For more information about the importance of paver cleaning and sealing and our sealing services, reach out to us at Unlimited Property Solutions today.
At Unlimited Property Solutions, we offer paver cleaning and sealing services in Winter Haven, Lakeland, Auburndale, Bartow, Haines City, Polk City, Mulberry, Davenport, Lake Wales, Fort Meade, Plant City, Winston, Lakeland Highlands, Brandon, and all of Polk County, Florida.