How To Protect Brick Patio
The best way to protect a brick patio, brick is very hard to maintain around your home, it has joints that get dirt mold and other kinds of stuff stuck between them.
Also, brick can be very slippery when not protected or cleaned on a regular basis by pressure washing professionals.
Homeowners that have lots of brick around their exteriors need to take more caution and think about investing in a sealer for the brick so the homeowner's life is easier in the future.
How to protect brick patio by using a water-based paver sealant material.
When you use a sealer for your brick exterior, hard scales that sealer gives you a peace of mind knowing that your brick patios and brick paver driveways will always look their best even in the harsh weather months.
Brick is exposed to the elements 24/7. UV rays, snow, salt, and more can fade your brick and if you have a nice brick pool deck or just laid down a brand new brick paver driveway you’ll want to protect your investment.
Sealing is the Answer!
At Bay Area Power Washing we get a lot of phone calls every day from people asking us how to protect their Tampa, Fl brick patio, our answer is always to seal your brick with our specialized sealant.
Most paver contractors in your area will know how to seal or have access to a professional grade brick paver sealer.
However, you want to make sure that the contractor is using a water-based sealant not a silicone based sealant.
Silicone-based sealers retain water and moisture inside of the sealer which in return will cause your brick patio and brick paver driveways to turn a white color over time usually in about 6 months you’ll notice the brick turning white.
If your brick starts to turn white, you can know for 100% that your paver contractor used a silicone-based sealer.
For a homeowner that wants to know how to protect a brick patio, your best action to take is to call your local paver contractor and have that brick sealed. Don't forget to call your local professional for pressure washing when your pavers get dirty!