Concrete Staining

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About Concrete Staining

Concrete staining is a process of applying a colored or stained finish to concrete surfaces, such as floors, driveways, patios and sidewalks. The process of staining concrete involves applying an acid-based or water-based stain to the surface of the concrete.

The process of concrete staining typically includes cleaning the surface to remove dirt, dust, and other debris, and then applying the stain. Depending on the type of stain used, the surface may need to be etched or scored to create a surface for the stain to adhere to. The stain is then applied using a roller, brush or sprayer. Some stains require more than one coat, with the first coat acting as a primer and the second coat providing the finished surface. The stain takes some time to dry and cure, usually 24 to 48 hours.

Benefits of Concrete Staining:

It’s important to note that concrete staining should be done by a professional and that the correct type of stain should be chosen based on the intended use of the surface and the weather conditions in the area. Proper surface preparation and application are crucial for the effectiveness of the stain, and the surface should be resealed periodically to maintain its color and protect it from wear and tear.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Asphalt sealcoating is a process that involves applying a protective layer of sealant to an asphalt surface in order to protect it from damage caused by UV rays, water, and other environmental factors.

Sealcoating helps to protect the asphalt surface from the elements, which can cause cracking, potholes, and other damage. It also helps to improve the appearance of the surface and can extend the life of the asphalt.

The frequency of sealcoating depends on a variety of factors, including the amount of traffic the surface receives and the local climate. Generally, it is recommended to sealcoat every 3-4 years.

You can usually walk on your newly coated asphalt within 6 hours. We recommend not driving on your freshly sealed asphalt for 24 to 48 hours.

Yes, it is possible to sealcoat your own asphalt surface, but it can be a difficult and time-consuming task. It is also important to use the correct equipment and techniques to ensure proper application and coverage, which would typically mean purchasing or renting equipment.

It should be noted that most of the product that is purchased at the big box stores is NOT commercial grade sealer and tends to deteriorate within 12 months.

The best time of year to sealcoat your asphalt surface is typically in the late spring or early summer, when temperatures are warm and there is little chance of rain. This allows the sealant to dry and cure properly.

Asphalt sealcoating is typically made from a mixture of asphalt binder, which is a by-product of the crude oil refining process, and mineral fillers, such as fine crushed stone or sand. These ingredients are combined and heated to create a liquid sealcoating that can be applied to pavement surfaces to protect and extend the life of the asphalt. Some sealcoating products may also contain other additives, such as emulsifiers and surfactants, to improve their performance and durability. Some sealcoating products may also contain coal tar which is a by-product from the steel industry.

Our manufacturer warranties their product JET Black for 3 years from manufacturers defects.