3 Reasons That It Makes Sense to Seal the Concrete Around Your Pool

Whether you already have a concrete pool deck or you’re about to have one installed, there are steps that can be taken to ensure you’re protecting that investment. First and foremost, a good concrete sealer will make a big difference. It can keep your pool deck looking great year after year, or if it’s an older deck, you can stain the concrete and then seal it to give it new life.

Either way, Fuller Concrete Staining is here to help. From staining to sealing, we specialize in making your concrete look great and then helping it stay that way as long as possible. Read on to discover three reasons that it’s smart to seal concrete around your pool and then reach out at 310-944-9099 to learn more.

  1. Sealing your concrete allows you to personalize the space
  2. It’s common that clients have no idea how many options there are to seal their concrete. You can have a texture added, you can cure it, you can add a slip-resistant sealer that makes it safer – it’s all up to you. We offer sealers at different gloss levels, including no-gloss and high-gloss. We can add a tinted sealer that enhances the color of your deck. In short, you can make your pool look amazing by sealing the concrete around it.

  3. Concrete keeps your concrete safer from stains
  4. There are many things around your pool deck that could potentially stain it. From chlorine to dirt, from chemicals to salt, that’s just a partial list. When you consider leaves, fertilizer, pet urine – the list goes on – you can see that there are real dangers around your pool. The good news is that a good quality sealer can help keep any of those things from penetrating your concrete. This means that you can enjoy your concrete without worry about stains.

  5. Sealing your concrete reduces the chance of damage
  6. It’s not just stains that concrete sealer can help prevent. In the event that you live in an area that sees freezing temperatures – even if it’s just once every five years – those freezing temps could cause your concrete to crack. They could cause the surface to flake off. Both of these issues are caused by water getting into your concrete and then, after it’s frozen, expanding.

If you have a concrete sealer, then the water won’t have penetrated the concrete in the first place. Instead, water will bead up right on the surface. This is not only convenient because it prevents water from getting into your concrete, but it’s also a good sign that it’s time to re-seal your concrete: If the water doesn’t bead then you need to re-seal.

Learn more about your concrete sealing options

If you’re ready to learn more about the specific options that could work great for your home, then please contact Fuller Concrete Staining at 310-944-9099. We are here to help you find the right products and services that will assure a long life for your concrete.

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