Frequently Asked Questions

Paver cleaning is the process of removing dirt, stains, moss, algae, and other contaminants from your paver surfaces. It is necessary to maintain the aesthetics and safety of your outdoor spaces by preventing slip hazards and preserving the pavers’ appearance.

The frequency of paver cleaning depends on factors such as weather conditions, foot traffic, and the type of contaminants present. In general, it’s recommended to clean pavers every 1-2 years for routine maintenance.

Paver sealing offers several benefits, including enhancing the pavers’ color, protecting them from stains and UV damage, and reducing weed growth in joints. It also makes future cleaning easier.

The longevity of paver sealing varies depending on factors like the quality of the sealant used and environmental conditions. Typically, a high-quality sealer can last 2-5 years before requiring resealing.

While DIY sealing is possible, hiring professionals is recommended for the best results. Professionals have the experience, equipment, and knowledge to apply the sealer evenly and effectively, ensuring long-lasting protection.

Paver restoration involves the repair and rejuvenation of damaged or deteriorated paver surfaces. It may be necessary when pavers are cracked, sunken, stained, or have deteriorated joint sand.

Signs that your pavers need restoration include cracks, uneven surfaces, excessive weed growth, or a faded appearance. If you notice any of these issues, it’s advisable to consult a professional for an assessment.

The cost of paver restoration services by Paver Savers varies based on the project’s size and specific requirements. Contact us for a personalized quote, ensuring competitive pricing and high-quality service tailored to your needs.


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