Brick Paver Sealers are designed to seal, protect, enhance, and stabilize jointing sand. In these articles we go over the different types of sealers for pavers.

  • Gloss Options for Paver Sealants
  • Wet look Paver Sealants
  • Joint Sand Stabilizers
Wet Look Sealers are designed to enhance or darken the appearance of your brick pavers and decorative concrete similar to if wet with water. Wet look sealers in most scenarios will add a shine or gloss to the surface. This can range from a low gloss to a high gloss. Wet look paver sealers will typically last about 18-36 months before they need to be reapplied.

Brick Paver Patios are designed to look natural in your back yard oasis. The bricks, when installed by the contractors, are laid down on a bed of compacted sand with small gaps between each brick of about 1/4" to 1/2". These "joints" are then filled with sand to keep the pavers from shifting sideways.

Brick Pavers have become increasingly popular through the tears for residential homeowners looking for an alternative to normal concrete patios or wood decking. Paver patios can be designed in virtually in shape and offer great landscaping value. Brick Pavers though can become dull and will lose their overall appearance after a few years in direct sunlight.