Sealing Travertine Phoenix Arizona
National Sealing is the Largest Paver Sealing Co in the US. We’ve served the Phoenix area for over 15 years. To give you pricing as though you’re right next door, we’ll package multiple applications across the US. We’re in the Phoenix area about every 60 – 90 days. Our Durable NS-200 3-Part Coating is 3 – 5x More Durable than using common Sealers.
We provide DURABLE Non Slip Applications for Travertine Tile, Travertine Pool Decks, Marble Decks, and Stamped Concrete. We utilize our Durable 3-Part Coating Process which usually lasts 3 – 5x longer than using a common Travertine Sealer. We combine our NS-200 COATING with Nano Non Slip Beads for the Most Durable Non Slip Application in the US.
We’re killing three or four birds with one stone with this technique. First, the surface is sealed rather than the penetration approach. If the surface is sealed, you are protecting your travertine from continued (fatal) fading as well as staining. In addition, if you have a salt water pool vs. chlorine, even the Best Sealers won’t hold up to salt. Our durable coating differs from a sealer and is typically 3 – 5x More Durable than common sealers.
Typically, a Travertine Sealer has to be re-applied every 1-1.5 years. We’ve seen 5+ years with our durable coating process. Therefore, the second benefit to our NS-200 coating is unmatched durability for Sealing Travertine.
To create the Durable Non-slip surface we use our Nano Non-Slip Beads (as opposed to a temporary approach using DIY play sand and/or shark products). Our Durable Nano Non Slip Beads are manufactured for us specifically for use in Durable Non Slip applications on Travertine, Marble, Stamped Concrete.
Call us today for more details at 954-577-8837.
We provide travertine tile sealing to the Phoenix, Arizona area, including:
- Cave Creek
- Litchfield Park
- Queen Creek
- San Tan Valley
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