The cost of a paver stone driveway, concrete driveway, or patio is always more expensive than the cost of paving an asphalt driveway.
Despite the longer life and durability of paver stone and concrete driveways, they also need maintenance. Oil stains, engine fluid stains, salt damage, and weed growth, along with spalling and degradation of the paver stone finish, are all potential issues.
These issues can damage both the appearance and the longevity of your paver stone or concrete driveway or patio. The cost of paving a driveway can be high, but thankfully, it is often unnecessary.
Paver Stone & Concrete Resurfacing Solutions
For concrete or paver stone stain removal, we use premium products for removing stains from these surfaces. Our concrete resurfacing products include bio-degradable citric degreasers and poultices.
Removing & Preventing Weed Growth in Paver Stone Driveways
We perform a professional driveway cleaning, polymeric sand installation, and sealer for the paver stone or concrete finish. This revitalizes a tired and worn out paver stone or concrete driveway or patio at a fraction of the cost of paving a driveway from scratch.