Water Repellant Sealers
Professionals in the building, construction and the home improvement businesses, such as architects, designers and contractors are now rediscovering the myriad benefits of concrete flooring. It’s not surprising though, as this is one material that offers a number of advantages and has hardly any downsides. Strong as it is, concrete is vulnerable to moisture and though the effects will not be visible right away, the material will deteriorate over time.
When Quality Counts
We at Cool Concrete use the best materials in the installation of concrete surfaces in indoor and outdoor applications in homes and businesses across and around Idaho. But there are also some additional steps we have to take to ensure that the materials stays well protected. In most cases renovation and repair ends up costing much more than what it takes to prevent that damage. Whenever any concrete surface is installed, it is also sealed with the appropriate sealants that keep it protected from stains, abrasions and the weather.
The Best Materials
We ensure that we use the most advanced water repellants on all of our jobs. Sealants are an emulsion that is water-based and is made of silanes and siloxanes which penetrate the concrete and protect it for years to come. The molecules of these water repellants are very miniscule and they are able to penetrate almost ½” into the surface of the concrete installation. A chemical reaction takes place between the sealer and the substrate bonds and fills the pores in the cement and makes it even more solid than it already is.
We use these water repellents/sealers to protect the surfaces of residential and commercial concrete flooring, concrete pavers, driveways, pools, patios, garage floors and decks. They keep the surface protected against stains, chlorine, oil spills, sprinklers, mold and general deterioration. When we treat your concrete surfaces with special water repellants they will bead & shed water for many years to come. In effect, this reduces pitting, cracking rebar corrosion, algae, molds and efflorescence.
The water repelling properties of the sealers we use allow for very easy cleaning of stains and spills. In outdoor spaces, these water repellant sealers also lessen the bond of ice and snow and bring down your snow removal costs as well. What is also important is that these sealants do not create a film that can peel off or flake and neither does it wear away. It forms a long-lasting and very effective water repellant sealer that acts as a barrier right inside the concrete.
What is also notable is the fact that it does not alter the surface appearance of your flooring and neither does it affect the texture. If you want your concrete flooring looking new for years to come and want to increase its longevity, contact Cool Concrete for the best water repellant sealer solutions today.
We Provide Services to the Following Cities and Towns in ID:
- Twin Falls
- Mountain Home
- Idaho Falls
- Sun Valley
- Coeur d' Alene
- Soda Springs