Although we have to list this process of staining pavers so the monster search engines will find us, this process is certainly NOT staining of pavers. Staining pavers virtually amounts to painting pavers. The look is un-natural, the surface can be slippery, and if you’ve ever seen painted sidewalks – the paint/stain doesn’t last.
We have developed a re-coloring/dyeing process for faded, washed out pavers. If brick pavers have not been sealed to maintain or preserve the coloring, they fade over time.
National Sealing is the largest paver sealing company in the US. After many years of development, we have launched a ‘staining’ or ‘dyeing’ process for brick pavers. Many times paver patterns consist of many color combinations. Our process allows for existing variations to still show while rejuvenating the overall look. The result is pavers which have been re-dyed almost back to the original state.