Paver Cleaning & Sealing in MANASSAS CITY, VA
Maintaining your exterior pavers with a biannual pressure washing and paver sealing service is a lot like brushing your teeth with fluoride toothpaste in the morning. The paver sealing practice washes away impurities and then applies a protective barrier that gives your pavers additional resistance against substances that can stain and deteriorate the surface! Our technicians at NOVA Exterior Cleaning are well versed and exceptionally trained to provide the best quality paver sealing after a thorough inspection and wash of the surface! You don’t HAVE to seal your pavers, but you should if protecting your property’s investment is important to you.
WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE OUR Paver Cleaning & Sealing COMPANY?
PAVER SEALING COST AND AFFORDABILITY
Cleaning and sealing pavers is a simple two-step process when done by our professional technicians at NOVA Exterior Cleaning: first comes the initial pressure washing cleaning, followed by the actual paver sealing. The cost to clean pavers is anywhere around $0.25 to $0.50 per square foot, increasing in price when you think about the additional cost of labor, materials and equipment being used to get the job done. In an average total, you should expect to pay around $2 per square foot to pressure wash and seal pavers; the price may vary between $1 to $3 per square foot, as well, depending on the sealant and method of cleaning our technicians use.
NOVA EXTERIOR CLEANING PAVER SEALING PROCESS
Our NOVA Exterior Cleaning technicians will attack any stains such as rust, efflorescence, oil, and grease stains; we deep clean the pavers and joint spaces to remove stains, debris, and mold as much as possible using our pressure washing rotary tools called surface cleaners. Our technicians then pressure wash the pavers in multiple directions to give your pavers the ultimate deep clean, and if necessary we use a turbo nozzle to ensure we get out the dirt and grime that sometimes gets deeply embedded in between the paver joints even after a thorough washing by the surface cleaning. The joint spaces are filled with coarse, angular sand that has been filtered from nutrients, which are then cleaned of excess sand, and two or three coats of sealer is used to finish the job!