What are the benefits from cleaning and sealing?

To ensure the maximum longevity of your project, we recommend cleaning and sealing concrete pavers every 5-7 years. If you have a Unilock Enduracolor or Endura color Plus pavers, we recommend having the pavers cleaned within the 1st 4 years. If you have standard pavers, we recommend having them cleaned and sealed the next year [...]

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Can vehicle fluid stains be removed?

If you are using your clay pavers for a driveway area, it is very probable that eventually you will have oil spots. EaCo Chem has a cleaner for this and if if the stain is extremely stubborn the brick(s) affected can be replaced. Note that our Cityline Series pavers are finished on both sides which [...]

By |2018-04-23T10:44:22+00:00April 23rd, 2018||0 Comments

Why is there moss / organic growth?

In a generally damp area, low levels of sunlight and/or wind can create a situation conducive to moss and organic growth on some types of pavers. Some times this is desirable to achieve an old world look. We can help you plan for, or plan to avoid, this situation. This is one of very few [...]

By |2018-04-23T10:43:27+00:00April 23rd, 2018||0 Comments

What is sweeping sand?

The elements of rain, wind, and sunlight keep your pavers clean. They also tend to displace the sand between your pavers which could ultimately lead to a failure of your pavement. Be sure to check your sand annually and re-sweep new sand into the voids if necessary. TIP: This maintenance can be eliminated by the [...]

By |2018-04-23T10:42:40+00:00April 23rd, 2018||0 Comments

How can efflorescence be removed?

Once the salts are introduced into the pavement system, the only way to remove the efflorescence is to get rid of the salts. For this reason, to develop a plan, you must first determine the source of the salts and eliminate them if possible. Once the salts are gone, the efflorescence will stop with time [...]

By |2018-04-23T10:41:33+00:00April 23rd, 2018||0 Comments

Virgin Material vs. Recycled Material

We use virgin stone which has a stronger load bearing capability than recycled stone and drains much better. Recycled material is made up of old crushed up concrete. It’s not the crushed concrete that is the problem, it’s all the other adulterated garbage (i.e. dirt, clay brick, grass clippings and sometimes auto fluff) that’s mixed [...]

By |2018-04-23T10:39:29+00:00April 23rd, 2018||0 Comments


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