All posts tagged "sealer"
Selling? Staying? Doesn’t Matter … Curb Appeal Adds Value to All Homes
5 DIY Weekend Curb Appeal Projects In today’s hot real estate market, whether you’re moving on or hunkering down, enhancing the exterior home appearance is a top goal for homeowners. During National Curb Appeal Month in August, experts at...
- Posted July 23, 2021
Safety First: Pool Deck Gets TracSafe® Anti-Slip Sealer
Children, grandchildren and pets. Those are the top reasons why homeowner Tina Puccinelli recently added an anti-slip sealer to her pool deck. “I always worried because the concrete and bricks around the pool got slippery when wet,”...
- Posted May 7, 2021
New Terrazzo™ Granite Colors and Formula
Real stone coatings have never looked this good. Daich Coatings has revitalized its Terrazzo™ line of stone coatings for concrete, masonry, linoleum, vinyl and tile surfaces. The new formula offers a heavier stone filling for higher durability. The...
- Posted April 27, 2021
6 simple steps to seal granite and all other natural stone
A damaged protective seal leaves granite and other natural stone surfaces susceptible to costly repair and replacement, and the coming holiday is a perfect time to make sure your stone is protected. And of course, remember to...
- Posted November 1, 2016
Pavers Over Crushed Rocks, and Joints are Filled With Sand
Q.I tore out and replaced the concrete on my patio and sidewalk with pavers over crushed rock. Joints are filled with sand. Should I use a sealer on this, and if so how often? (Bob, Los Altos...
- Posted October 1, 2015
Hit The Deck
Is your deck ready for summer or is it a dirty dark-stained mess? Here’s how to “hit the deck” with a few simple clean-up “solutions.” After general swabbing with detergent and water, attack winter wear and residual...
- Posted June 9, 2014
Asphalt Paving, Driveway Maintenance
Asphalt is a black construction material – much like cement – that varies from solid to semisolid in consistency at room temperature. When heated to the temperature of boiling water, it can be poured. Asphalt is used...
- Posted January 26, 2014