If you have a concrete surface, then it is likely a good idea to have it sealed. In fact, first staining and then sealing your concrete is a great way to keep that concrete in great shape for years to come. However, some people might benefit from taking it another step and adding a slip-resistant sealant.
Keep reading to find out if that is the right choice for you and then contact Fuller Concrete Staining at 310-944-9099 to learn about this and other concrete treatment options such as concrete staining.
If You Have Concrete Around a Pool Then it Should Have a Slip-Resistant Sealant
There are many situations in which it might or might not be worth investing in a slip-resistant sealant, but concrete surrounding a pool is not one of these situations. Why? Because as soon as that concrete gets wet, it will get slippery. If you do not have a slip-resistant sealant, then you can count on many slips and falls. This not only puts you in danger but makes you liable for potential personal injury claims if someone else is injured.
Adding a Slip-Resistant Coating Helps Keep Everyone Safe
Even if you do not have a pool, if you have exterior stone or concrete, then it is worth adding a slip-resistant sealer. If you are a homeowner, then this will keep you, your family, and your guests safer. If you are a commercial property owner, this will not only reduce the chance that someone slips and falls on your property but could help reduce your liability if they do.
Invest in Your Property by Investing in a Slip-Resistant Coating
We recommend that you think about non-slip coating not as a luxury but as an investment. For example, if you have a pool, then you know that adding a fence is not something you can decide to do – it is necessary to keep your pool safe and to keep the neighborhood safe. This is true for non-slip additions. They are necessary to keep everyone in your pool safe.
Find Out How Much the Process Costs
If you are curious to know how much it would cost to have a non-slip coating adding to your concrete, we recommend you contact Fuller Concrete Staining at 310-944-9099 to get a quote based on your particular home and needs. Note that there are DYI options you might find at your local hardware store, but they do not offer the same coverage that we can. They are topical sealants, which means they sit on the surface. This causes them to not last as long and makes it very difficult to replace them.
On the other hand, our industrial-grade sealant absorbs into the concrete for maximum protection and to ensure it can be re-sealed as necessary.