Natural stone or paver patios are useful, attractive hardscape elements built to stand the test of time. Stones and pavers are also porous, which means that they easily collect moisture. Over time, this can lead to discoloration from mold, algae, or moss. Collected moisture, which expands and contracts based on the weather, can eventually loosen stones and destroy connective grout.
Stone and paver restoration can give your patio and walkways a fresh, clean look and fortify them against future weathering. With special cleansing solutions and meticulous pressure washing, masonry can be returned to its original color. Stonework is then treated with a sealant that ensures your patio retains its luster and resistance to moisture for years to come. Sometimes, polymeric sand can be used to fortify the space between stones, strengthening the patio’s structural integrity.
Stone and paved hardscaping is a prominent feature that can last for decades if cared for properly. If your stonework has lost some of its shine, consider paver restoration.