Re: Sealing Concrete Pathway2
Jul 14, 2019 3:01 pm
It would probably look nicer for longer. Less likely to stain etc.
I would say if you DIY it then go ahead. Its probably not worth paying someone to seal plain concrete. Other types of concrete it's a nice way to enhance the colour and give it the wet look.
Just make sure there is no dust/dirt/moisture under the sealer.
Re: Sealing Concrete Pathway3
Jul 14, 2019 3:03 pm
Also a concrete warehouse type place. The sealer will likely be less than half the price of burnings.
Midway building supplies.
To name a few.
Re: Sealing Concrete Pathway5
Oct 12, 2019 10:41 pm
It's not necessary, but if you are concerned about aesthetics, then go ahead. There are more benefits which I am basing off on this article (right under the should I seal section near the conclusion): improving durability, minimising fading that often results from UV exposure, and controlling growth of mildew and mould.
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