Concrete Sealing Contractors

Wondering how to protect your concrete from the wild Canadian weather? SVD Restoration has the magic touch that keeps your concrete surfaces strong and stunning, come rain, shine, or snowfall!

Why Seal Your Concrete?

Sealing your concrete is smart care for your home. It’s like putting a strong coat on your walkways and driveways to keep them safe from rough weather and stains. Here’s why you should seal your concrete:

  1. Weather Shield: It stops rain, snow, and sun from causing cracks and wear.
  2. Stain Blocker: Oil, dirt, or anything spilled cleans up easy without stains sticking around.
  3. Mold Fighter: Keeps moisture out, so there’s no green gunk or slippery spots.
  4. Fresh Look: It makes the concrete color come alive and keeps it looking new.
  5. Money Saver: It’s cheaper to seal than to fix cracked or broken concrete later.

Sealing is quick and makes your concrete last longer and look better. It’s a clear choice for a well-kept home.

Our Concrete Sealing Process

At SVD Restoration, we treat every concrete surface with a personalized touch that ensures maximum protection and longevity. Here’s a glimpse into our concrete sealing process:

  • Inspection and Repair: Our process begins with a thorough inspection of your concrete surfaces. We identify any existing damage, cracks, or wear that might affect the outcome. We then proceed to repair these imperfections, creating a solid, smooth foundation that’s ready for sealing.
  • Deep Cleaning: Before we seal, we deep clean to remove dirt, grease, and existing debris. This is a crucial step since clean concrete means the sealant will adhere properly, ensuring a flawless finish.
  • High-Quality Sealant Application: With the surface prepped, we apply a sealant chosen for its resilience and compatibility with Canadian climates. Our sealants are designed to withstand freezing temperatures as well as the summer heat.
  • Finishing Touches: After the sealant application, we make sure that it’s evenly spread and that no spot is missed. We take our time to ensure the sealant penetrates deeply and provides a protective layer from surface to core.
  • Drying and Curing: We allow ample time for the sealant to dry and cure properly. This patience pays off in a strong, long-lasting seal that will keep your concrete in top shape for the years to come.

It's Not Just About Looks

Sealing your concrete is also about making it stronger. Without a seal, your concrete can get damaged faster, costing you more money in the long run. Our team at SVD Restoration keeps it stronger for longer, so you won’t need to worry about fixing it as often.

Why Choose SVD Restoration?

Best Quality

Best Quality

We provide our customers with the highest level of quality materials and workmanship.

Free Support

Free Support

We provide free support to our customers for any questions or concerns that may arise.

Free Estimates

Free Estimates

We offer free estimates to help you understand the scope and cost of your project.

Consistent

Consistent

Our team consistently delivers high-quality work and exceptional service.

We've Got You Covered

At SVD Restoration, we listen to what you need. We start with a free talk to understand what you’re looking for. Then, we give you a clear plan with no hidden costs. We want you to be happy with the work we do, which is why we’re here to answer any questions you have.

Ready to Protect Your Concrete?

Don’t wait for cracks and stains to show up. Give us a call, and we’ll make sure your concrete stays looking good as new.

Call us in Toronto at 647-559-5814 or in Mississauga at 647-692-2231 for a free chat about what you need for your home. Check out our website at SVD Restoration and see how we can help make your concrete last!

FAQs About Concrete Sealing

Concrete sealing lasts between 2 to 5 years, depending on the type of sealant used, weather conditions, and the amount of traffic the concrete endures.
You should reseal concrete every 2 to 5 years. Regular inspections can help determine when it’s time for a new coat to maintain protection.

After staining concrete, you should wait at least 24 to 48 hours before sealing, ensuring the stain has fully dried and set.

The best time to seal concrete is during dry weather and moderate temperatures between 50°F and 90°F.

Sealing concrete should be done when there’s no rain in the forecast, the concrete is dry, and temperatures are suitable – typically spring or fall.

Yes, old concrete can benefit from sealing to protect it from further wear and damage, as long as it’s in good condition and properly cleaned and prepared.