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  • Writer's pictureRandy Haddaway

9 Benefits of Sealing Your Pavers

Pavers are a stylish and great way to create a patio, walkway or driveway. One thing that a lot of homeowners wonder is if they should seal their pavers and if there are any advantages to sealing them. The truth is that there are nine great reasons to seal your pavers, and they can save you time and money.


It Helps Repel Water Damage

If your pavers sustain water damage it can negatively affect their look and feel. Sealing them will help them look better and last much longer.

It Will Help with Repelling Stains

No matter how careful you are when walking or driving on your patio or driveway, there’s always the possibility that a stain could be made. However, when your pavers are sealed, it will help with repelling oil, grime, and grease stains.

It Helps Keep Them Clean

Since the sealant repels stains, when your patio or driveway is sealed is going to be a lot simpler for you to keep it clean. So it will be much easier for you do to maintenance on it.

It Will Help Them Look Better

When your pavers are sealed, they’re going to look better for much longer. They’re also going to last a lot longer than pavers that aren’t sealed.

It Will Prevent Damage from Ice and Snow

If you live in a place where you have winter weather that’s really nasty, it can really damage your pavers. Sealed pavers are going to sustain a lot less weather damage.

It Will Strengthen Them

You can strengthen your pavers simply by sealing them. This will also help you save money since they won’t have to be replaced as often. You also will have a lower chance of your pavers cracking and breaking.

It Will Let Them Stand up to Harsh Weather

You might not live in an area that has harsh winters with a lot of ice and snow, but heavy rains and hail also can do a lot of damage to pavers. Once they’re sealed, it can help your pavers withstand conditions that are harsh.

It Will Reduce Cracks and Loosening

When you have loosened and cracked bricks, they’re going to look horrible. People can trip and fall on these loose and cracking pavers which makes them dangerous. However, when you have sealed pavers it will reduce the chances of the pavers becoming loose and cracked.

It Will Restrict Grass and Weeds Growing

When there is grass and weeds coming up between your pavers, it can look messy. When your pavers are sealed, it will help stop the grass and weeds from growing in between them.


As you can see, sealing your pavers just makes sense. Whether you want them to be safer, look better or you want to save some time and money, sealing your pavers is the way to go.

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