Restoring Faded Pavers with new Dyeing Process

A recent residential project – Restoring Faded Pavers in Austin, TX

This Texas application had faded brown pavers that needed rejuvenation. National Sealing Co is the largest paver sealer in the country with over 2 million square feet of pavers protected. We recognized a need to develop a coloring process for faded pavers. Fading of pavers is a fatal conclusion to the lack of continued sealing of pavers.
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The goal was to RESTORE the pavers, or come as close as we could to a natural look. We wanted to avoid the STAINED or PAINTED look which would render an unnatural look, and an ongoing maintenance issue. For vehicular applications staining and painting tend to ‘lift’ with hot tires. Our dye penetrates the porous pavers.

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For pavers with hues of various colors, the very small molecules in the dye combined with our customized application process will allow the various colors to still show.

National Sealing Co.
2269 S University Dr., Fort Lauderdale FL 33324
Phone: 954-577-8837
http://www.nationalsealing.com

Restoring Bleached Pavers

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Bleached and Acid Washed Pavers to the point of discoloration

Restoring Bleached Pavers, Tampa, FL

Pavers that had been bleached + acid washed needed rejuvenation

A contractor had bleached and acid washed pavers to the point of discoloration. This basically ruined the pavers as they were blotchy and looked older than they actually were. Our solution was to re-dye the washed out pavers with our patented dyeing process.

National Sealing Co is the largest paver sealer in the country with over 2M square feet of pavers protected. We recognized a need to develop a coloring or dyeing process for pavers that had lost their color for various reasons.

We have developed a penetrating dyeing process or coloring process to faded pavers. We match the original dyes used to color the pavers and can apply our process while keeping the personality of the various medley of colors intact.

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Half Restored Pavers

The result is an attractive, restored paver for much less than it would cost to replace.

National Sealing Co., Inc.
(954) 577.8837
http://www.nationalsealing.com

Coloring / Staining Brick Pavers by National Sealing Co

NationalSealing-Paver-Sealing We have developed a unique staining brick pavers process, that we call a coloring brick paver process. If the question of how to stain concrete or cement coloring has come up, we can now actually re-color brick pavers. The results of this unique formula rejuvenates and restores tired, faded brick pavers.

This is not just a concrete stain or a painting process that results in a slippery and uniformed, unsightly look, but rather, allows the personality of the original pavers (or what is left from fading) to show through. Even brick pavers that have a medly of colors can be treated

Brick pavers must be maintained and sealed on a regular basis to not only protect from obvious staining, but what might not be obvious to most is the gradual fading that relegates brick pavers to the point of no return.

The goal was to RESTORE the pavers, or come as close as we could to a natural look. We wanted to avoid the STAINED or PAINTED look which would render an unnatural look, and an ongoing maintenance issue. For vehicular applications staining and painting tend to ‘lift’ with hot tires. Our dye penetrates the porous pavers.

For pavers with hues of various colors, the very small molecules in the dye combined with our customized application process will allow the various colors to still show.

Coloring / Staining Brick Pavers by National Sealing Co

Restored Staining for the Brick Pavers - National Sealing Co

Our crews are can mobilize to anywhere in the U.S. for applications to stain concrete or color brick pavers. This is an applied process.

For more information about Dyeing Pavers contact National Sealing today

National Sealing Co.
2269 S University Dr, Fort Lauderdale FL 33324
Phone: 954-577-8837

http://www.nationalsealing.com/sealing/coloring-staining-brick-pavers