Seal, protect and beautify your paver patios, walkways and driveways. Paver stones typically feature rich, dark, and vibrant earthy tones. These colors however are usually muted by the brick’s dull appearance. In order to bring out these natural colors you can wet the bricks with water, you’ll begin to see rich and vibrant colors come to life out of your bricks. This wet look is only short lived with water, thanks to coatings and sealers we can bring out this enhanced appearance of your pavers on a much more permanent basis. Coating and/or sealing your paver stones will enhance their appearance and protect their surface. Coatings and sealers have a life cycle like anything else, nothing lasts forever. The good news is that sealers are very inexpensive, and you can re-seal your pavers every year or every other year as needed to bring back that enhanced appearance.

Applicable Products

Solvent-borne Acrylic Coating / Sealer  

This sealer is based on a solid thermoplastic acrylic resin dispersed in xylene and other solvents. Possible applications of this acrylic coating / sealer are practically endless. This formulation has been used as a binder in marine coatings, printing inks, metal coatings, concrete coatings, and more. For use in concrete and paver stones / bricks this acrylic binder or sealer creates an attractive decorative protection because of its very good weathering resistance.


Water-borne Acrylic Coating / Sealer  

This is a self cross linking acrylic emulsion in water for use in cementitious (concrete / brick substrates) applications. This acrylic latex can be used as a clear or pigmented coating / sealer for to provide that “wet look” or a uniform color to your substrates. This material provides excellent chemical, hot tire pick-up, and weathering resistance. As well, this material features good dirt-pick-up, hot tire and blush resistance.


Polyurethane / Polyaspartic Coating   

For longer lasting sealing and protection you can use a polyurethane or polyaspartic clear coating that has been cut down to penetrate paver stones more efficiently. These materials will provide longer lasting protection (stronger cross linking bond compared to acrylic sealers), long lasting enhanced visual appearance, excellent chemical resistance, and excellent UV resistance. However, these materials are considerable more costly than a traditional acrylic coating and sealer for paver stones.