This is a concrete sealing project in Columbus, Ohio. We sealed this driveway in the fall, so there were a lot of leaves and mold on the driveway. We used our water-based cleaner on the leaf stains, and it took the stain right away, as you can see! We waited until the concrete was good and dry, and we sealed it with a water-based topical concrete sealer because a penetrating sealer had already been used previously.
This is a concrete sealing project in Hilliard, Ohio. We sealed the back patio as well as the driveway. The patio was tricky because it had water spots left from the planters. We had to let our cleaner dwell a little while before pressure washing. We always pressure wash the concrete before sealing. The neighbor asked about getting an estimate for concrete sealing as well.
This is a concrete sealing project in Dublin, Ohio. The customer was pleased with the cleaning and sealing his concrete driveway and walks. It brightened up the concrete! It took overnight to dry, and then we sealed everything. He didn’t want to drive on it for a couple of days because it looked nice.
This is a concrete sealing project in Delaware, Ohio. We sealed a driveway and back patio. This concrete was new, so we had to be careful when we pressure washed it. We have special equipment unique to our company when cleaning new concrete, so we don’t mar the broom finish. We also had to use our cleaner on this driveway because of the organic growth and leaf stains. In and out quick on this concrete clean and seal.
This is a concrete sealing project in Plain City, Ohio. We cleaned and sealed this turnaround concrete driveway that doubles as a basketball court. The ground was higher around the concrete slab, so we had to dig a little trench so the water could run off the concrete. All tire marks and leaf stains came off during the cleaning process. This one dried slowly because it was in the shade. After it was dry, sealing the concrete was a breeze. You never want to seal wet concrete.
This is a concrete sealing project in Galena, Ohio. This concrete driveway had not been cleaned or sealed in over a decade. The house was 200 feet off of the road, so we had to use a lot of water hoses and high-pressure hoses. The homeowner was thrilled with the way the driveway turned out. They will give our name to their neighbor friend so they can get their concrete cleaned and sealed as well.
This is a concrete sealing project in Sunbury, Ohio. We cleaned and sealed their sidewalk and driveway. The sidewalk didn’t get much sun, so there was a lot of organic growth. Our cleaner took care of that with no problem. The mulch was also higher than the sidewalk, so we had to dig a little trench so the water would run off of the concrete. So their concrete is protected! This concrete cleaning and sealing project was one of the last jobs we completed before the winter hit.
This is a concrete sealing project in Westerville, Ohio. The homeowner had a big party coming up, so they wanted to get all the concrete cleaned and sealed. There was a lot of organic growth in the cracks, so we had to pressure wash each crack to make sure it was clean. If the concrete doesn’t get cleaned well, the sealing will be in vain.
This is a concrete sealing project in Pickerington, Ohio. The homeowner was selling the house, so they decided to get the concrete driveway cleaned and sealed to add to the curb appeal. This slab was filthy, so we took our time and cleaned it right. We sealed this one with a water-based sealer with a satin finish.
This is a concrete sealing project in Powell, Ohio. The concrete driveway had so much organic growth that it was starting to get slippery. It was beginning to be a safety hazard. So they called us to get the concrete cleaned and sealed. It was less slippery after washing it and sealing it and is now protected against the winter freeze-thaw.