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Elizabeth M Thompson

Roman at Beyond Maids was incredible! We reached out inquiring about getting our house and deck power washed. We received a very fair quote. He was able to come immediately and his team did a great job! The house and dec... Read More

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Kathy Way

It was a wonderful experience from start to finish! We had the pavers on our driveway and pool area power washed and they replaced the poly sand. The crew was a pleasure to work with and they did a phenomenal job. I high... Read More

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laila jahan

Romanís crew was prompt and got right to work when they arrived at my home for a power wash. They were professional, thorough and did not rush the job. My house, front porch and back patio looks clean and refreshed! This... Read More

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James Magrino

All I can say is Wow! I am so happy with the work done on my paver patio. They leveled, cleaned and sanded all the joints. It truly looks amazing. Thank you Roman and team for everything! I will definately be a repeat cu... Read More

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Long Island paver sealing company.

Pressure washing and wet look sealing paving stones, paver patios, walkways, driveways and retaining walls can be one of the biggest curb appeal improvements and a true wow factor for your property. Have you ever looked at your patio or driveway or retaining wall after a rainfall and thought to yourself wow this looks so nice ... ? well paver pressure washing and wet look sealing is the answer to this.

Available options

Natural luster

Wet look

For New Construction paving stones

For new construction a wait period is needed of at least 3 and even preferably 6 months for the efflorescence to come out of the pavers, watering the pavers daily will speed this up. On new construction we might be able to soft wash and then proceed to sealing.

For older construction paving stones

Proper prep work is the key in sealing therefore no matter if someone did clean it all a day before we will still do ALL of the following.

We will pressure wash the surface using surface cleaners and turbo nozzles, chemical cleaners will also be used to ensure properly cleaned surface for optimal sealer application, after cleaning we will wet sand the joint lines, after all this extensive work we can proceed to sealing.

Why do we re sand - wet sand before sealing?

When sealing pavers we don't just seal the pavers but also the sealer penetrates the "sand" in the joint lines, part of the pressure washing is to remove a proper amount of previously used sand or joint compound so we can wet sand our specialty sand that will trully let the sealer penetrate deep down the sand in between pavers then harden the joints lines and give you a more ants and weeds resistant joint lines and improve the stability of pavers in place.