Concrete Sealant

Learn how concrete sealant can extend the life of your concrete driveways, sidewalks, pool decks, and more!

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Whether you’re in the process of building a brand new home, recently added new concrete to your existing property, or just want to protect the condition of your concrete floors, applying a concrete sealer is a must. AquaGuard offers Northern Georgia homeowners Concrete Surface Sealant, a waterproof concrete slab and crack sealant for Atlanta homes that permanently protects concrete from its strongest enemies.

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Do You Need to Seal Your Concrete? 

The biggest enemy to a concrete surface is moisture, followed by temperature changes and chemicals. Once concrete has been exposed to any of these elements, damage begins to occur, making it look unattractive and quickly degrade. Not only is damaged concrete an eyesore, but it’s also a safety hazard and could reduce the overall value of your home. 

Concrete Surface Sealant: AquaGuard’s Solution

An Atlanta concrete sealer is the best possible way to prevent concrete damage caused by moisture, chemicals, and seasonal changes. Without it, your concrete is doomed to a shorter lifespan, costing you more money in repair and replacement in the long run. 

At AquaGuard, we offer an alternative to the lackluster Atlanta concrete sealer solutions provided by big-box stores. Concrete Surface Sealant is a high-quality, low-maintenance concrete sealer developed by Groundworks that protects and extends the life of your concrete with just ONE application—making it the best concrete sealer available in the market today.

How does Concrete Sealant Work? 

Concrete Surface Sealant penetrates deeply into pores to bond with your concrete, creating a permanent barrier against moisture, chemicals, and seasonal changes.

Benefits of Using Concrete Surface Sealant for Protection

We Seal the Following Concrete Surfaces: 
To protect against concrete stains, direct sunlight and UV light, harsh chemicals, and weather changes, Atlanta concrete sealer services are a good choice for the following surfaces: 

  • Garage floors
  • Pool decks
  • Driveways
  • Sidewalks
  • Patios
  • And more!

Concrete Surface Sealant

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! In fact, we recommend that our customers protect their newly lifted concrete to help protect the condition of their concrete for many years to come. Both products are meant to work in tandem as a comprehensive concrete protection system.

Do-it-yourself concrete protection kits from the big-box stores don’t offer the same quality and low-maintenance that you would hope for from your concrete sealant. They typically require multiple applications to achieve peak levels of protection, and even then the results may be short-lived. Additionally, they are often limited in their application type, and not all DIY concrete sealers are suitable for sidewalk, driveway, pool decks, and patios.

Even though concrete is one of the strongest building materials available, it’s not indestructible. In fact, concrete is known for cracking—now, not all concrete cracks lead to structural problems. However, any type of concrete crack can be at least an aesthetic concern, so the more you can do to protect your concrete and prevent cracks and other blemishes from occurring, the better.

Concrete most commonly cracks due to soil conditions, though climate changes, salt, chemicals, and freeze-thaw cycles can cause damage to your concrete’s surface. Because concrete is porous in nature, it’s susceptible to stains from chemicals such as oils and gas. However, just like you would protect your shoes, clothes, or furniture from stains with spray-on repellent, you can essentially do the same for your concrete with a concrete coating. In addition chemicals, water damage can also lead to impurities in your concrete. When water seeps into porous concrete, as temperatures drop, the water in the damp concrete turns to ice. As water freezes, it expands, forcing the concrete to pit, flake, and crack. A high-performance concrete sealant won’t only protect the surface of the concrete—a penetrating concrete sealer bonds with concrete on a molecular level, ensuring freeze-thaw cycles don’t threaten your concrete surfaces. 

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