We have found many commercial locations that have not maintained / sealed the pavers and are now faced with badly faded pavers. Pavers must be sealed at least annually to prevent not only the obvious staining, but fading. Many people miscalculate the fact that the color in pavers will all but disappear over time. Often times this fading actually sneaks up and you realize the pavers are void of any color. The result just looks like square pieces of cement making up a drive or pool deck. Typically this is the entrance to many commercial properties which will affect the image of the facility.
Until now, there were no options other that painting. Painting / Staining pavers is a disastrous alternative. The result is unnatural, and will not last. In the case of vehicular pavers, the paint will lift from hot tires. In addition, the surface becomes slippery.
National Sealing Co is the largest paver sealer in Florida and perhaps the country with over 2 Million sq. ft. of pavers sealed. We have developed a process of dyeing or re-coloring pavers by matching the dyes originally used. This results in allowing any color that is still present to show, while adding color to the faded areas. Many paver combinations are not just one color but a medley of colors. The particles to our process are so light; it actually still allows the personality of those different colors to show.
The result is rejuvenated pavers or restored pavers which is certainly better than the alternatives currently available.
For more information contact National Sealing Co