Step 2: Sanding Joints
Unfortunately, previously sealed pavers sometimes turn cloudy or white due to high moisture and humidity in Central Florida being trapped under the existing sealer. Once this process has begun there are only two real options to solve the problem.
Option A: Replace the Pavers
This option is very expensive, disruptive due to the construction process and in many cases simply not feasible. Don't consider replacing your pavers until after a free consultation from Gorilla Paver Sealing Solutions!
Option B: Save hassle, time and money with a Gorilla Restoration!
Let Gorilla restore your pavers using our propriety restoration process and premium water based sealers which will never whiten or turn hazy!
Gorilla is Florida's Paver Restoration Specialists.
Whitened and Hazy Pavers
Step 1: Cleaning Pavers
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Sealing Day (Before)
A Gorilla techician will schedule a no obligation in-home estimate. We will evaluate the condition of your pavers, potential for a paver restoration, and the best sealing solution. Gorilla will provide a written estimate for your restoration project, saving hassle, time and money.
Gorilla will work with you to schedule a convient day for your project. All patio or pool furnature will need to be moved from the area to be sealed. Most jobs are finished in 1-day (weather permitting). Patios can be used after 24 hours and driveways after 48 hours.
Gorilla uses a specially designed industrial grade pressure washing system which incorporates up to 4500 PSI and hot water up to 220 degrees to deep clean the pavers prior to sealing.
Removing most latent staining & dirt. Additional proprietary steps remove old sealer, tough stains and film.
Step 3: Sealer coat #1 (after)
Step 4: Sealer Coat #2 (after)
The final "finish" coat of sealer is then applied to give you paver that natural shine and luster that brings our beauty of your pool, patio or driveway. Although restoration results very, in most cases stains are removed or greatly diminished. Old hazy whitened sealers are removed; paver look almost new again.
After the paver restoration, the first "flood" coat of sealer is applied. This heavy coat of sealer is absorbed deep into the pavers and sand joints. The sealer "locks" in the sand to stabilize your pavers for years to come.
Once the pavers have been completely cleaned, fresh sand is both dry swept and wet sanded into the expansion joints (cracks) to help stabilize the pavers. This is a critical step, as the sand keeping the pavers from shifting and holds them level.