New Dyeing Process for Faded Pavers by National Sealing New Dyeing Process for Faded Pavers by National Sealing

Our new dyeing process for faded pavers actually penetrates the paver to resemble the original color.

National Sealing Co is the largest paver sealing Co in the US, with over 2M square feet of pavers protected. We recognized a need to develop a coloring process for properties that had not sealed pavers which resulted in fading. Fading of pavers is a fatal conclusion to the lack of continued sealing of pavers. Currently, many of those properties now are faced with a dilemma of how to restore the pavers without having to replace them.

This customer purchased a home in which the pavers had faded. There was barely ANY color left in the pavers as they had been down for many years. Clear sealer was not really an option, as the color was gone-no reason to protect from fading. The only other option was to replace. As you can see from the photos, our solution of coloring or dyeing the pavers restored the pavers very close to the original color. A much more economical solution than staring over.

Our recently developed process not only re-colors the pavers, but even in this case, where there was barely any color in the pavers, still allows the variations in color patterns to still show. This process of dyeing is not to be confused with painting the pavers which results in a very unnatural, slippery surface which creates an ongoing maintenance issue. Our new dyeing process for faded  pavers actually penetrates the paver to resemble the original color.

Our process restores life back to tired, faded pavers and is a very economical solution versus the alternative of starting over.

New Dyeing Process for Faded Pavers

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