Resealing Your Stencilled Concrete
Reasons to reseal your stencilled concrete
You’ve had your concrete stencilled and you love it. It enhances your home, it gives it a whole new look, but you want to make sure it lasts. After all, you’ve gone to the expense and effort of getting it done, so it makes sense to keep it in pristine condition.
Whilst stencilled concrete driveways, patios and pathways don’t require much maintenance they do require some upkeeping.
It is advised that every two to four years that you wash your stencilled concrete with a high pressure clean. Once sufficiently cleaned and free of dirt, dust and debris you will need to reseal your stencilled surface with a clear sealer.
Why reseal your stencilled concrete?
- If you reseal your surface every two to four years you can enjoy your beautiful stencilling for many years to come.
- Resealing your stencilled concrete will protect it from sun damage, so you don’t have to worry about it fading.
- High traffic areas may be more prone to wear and tear, you might need to reseal these areas more than others to prevent a dull, lacklustre floor.
- Resealing your stencilled concrete will keep the pattern intact and ensure that it retains that beautiful, almost wet look that stencilling can achieve.
Resealing your stencilled concrete – call now
If you don’t reseal your concrete stencilling it will eventually wear away and you will need to start the process over again. Call 0481 287 365 in Brisbane to transform dull concrete into an eye-catching feature.