Call now for your FREE, no-obligation quote: (407) 392-0888
You already made the investment to upgrade your deck, drive and walkways with decorative concrete or brick pavers to add beauty and value to your home, or maybe your decorative pavers were already installed when you moved in. Either way, you should protect this expensive investment and ensure the utmost value of your home by using reputable brick patio repair contractors to ensure the beauty and integrity of your brick or stone pavers for years to come. Whether your pavers are newly installed or have been in place for some time, repairing block paving when damage occurs can help protect against more expensive block paving repair down the line. You may have researched how to repair brick pavers yourself, but trying to repair pavers is more complicated than it looks.
In the best-case scenario, do-it-yourself brick paver repair won’t last nearly as long as a professional walkway, patio or driveway repair. At worst, attempting to repair sunken pavers or performing other brick patio repair can cause even more damage to the pavers. There are many different materials and techniques to choose from to perform a proper, long-lasting brick driveway repair and only professional brick patio repair contractors can guide you through the best method and materials and avoid further damage.
Protect the investment already made to enhance your home’s or business’s curb appeal by allowing the leader in brick patio repair contractors repair your brick walkway or handle your driveway repair.
Many Factors in Brick Paver Repair, Brick Patio Repair, and Driveway Repair
For example, accessing and using the right tools is very important. Just a few of the tools involved include mallets, levels, floats, bolsters, hammers, screwdrivers, chisels, and more. If you don’t already own these items, you can rack up quite a bill on tools and supplies alone.
In order to properly assess damage and begin a brick paver repair project, you need to start by removing the damaged pavers and inspecting both the base layer and the paver itself in order to determine the exact cause of the damage and if the block can be reused or not. If the base layer needs rehabilitation, it’s off to the hardware store again for sand, mortar and other base materials. If reusing existing pavers, it’s important to thoroughly clean them and remove old mortar before putting them back into place.
Aside from the cost and hassle involved in attempting to repair a paver patio yourself, using the wrong tools, the wrong materials, or making misjudgments about the integrity of existing pavers and the base layer can lead to even greater issues and expense in the future.
For these reasons and more, it’s best to leave brick paver repair to the experts at AAA Paver Sealing.
Call now for your FREE, no-obligation quote: (407) 392-0888.
AAA Paver Sealing can perform the following types of repairs to keep stone, brick and concrete surfaces looking like new and stay looking new for years to come:
- Brick Driveway Repair
- Paver Patio Repair
- Brick Walkway Repair
- Stone Patio Repair
- Block Paving Repair
- Repair Sunken Pavers
- And more…
Missing or damaged pavers not only take away from the natural beauty of your paved surfaces, but beyond that, such issues can hide an even greater problem lurking under the surface that can affect the integrity of the entire structure. Left too long, your paver, stone or concreate walkway, driveway or patio can be left unrepairable.
The good news is that, if caught early enough, brick paver repair can be done quickly and with little disruption – another advantage that pavers offer over concrete slab surfaces. Don’t delay repairing block paving by calling AAA Paver Sealing for professional paver patio repair to head off larger problems to the foundation that could end up costing you a lot more money.
What Makes AAA Paver Sealing the Best Choice for Everything Brick Paver Repair?
AAA Paver Sealing has been around for over 15 years with firm roots in and around Central Florida. We are not a fly-by-night contractor who is in business to make a quick buck and run. We will be around long after the job is completed and your satisfaction is our priority. Our mission is to do the job right the first time with as little disruption to you as possible.
With fast, free quotes, a 5-year premium quality guarantee, a 5-star Google rating, professional experts and more, you have nothing to lose by giving us a call at (407) 392-0888 for your free, no-obligation quote.
Things That Can Go Wrong with Brick, Concrete or Stone Pavers
AAA Paver Sealing Can Repair the following types of damage:
- Chipped Pavers
- Cracked Pavers
- Sunken Pavers
- Distressed Pavers
- Loosened Pavers
- Defective Pavers
- Dull Pavers
- Porous Pavers
- Wrong Pavers Installed Based on Amount of Traffic
- Incorrect Installation
- Deteriorating Base
- Deteriorating Crack Seal
- Pavement Marks
- Damaged Seal Coating
As you can see, there is a lot that can potentially go wrong with pavers, especially if incorrect materials or installation methods were used by inferior or fly-by-night contractors when they were initially installed. Florida’s extreme weather, alternating from hot to cold and from wet to dry, can put your investment at an even greater risk for damage.
AAA Paver Sealing will send a professional, experienced technician at no cost or obligation to you to assess your problem and provide an expert recommendation for repair consisting or which materials, methods and other factors may be best prescribed to ensure a long-lasting repair and to restore the natural beauty of your brick, stone or concreate driveway, walkway or patio.
The Most Common Paver and Driveway Damage
Old Tree Roots Pushing Up Pavers
If you have trees on your property near paver walkways, driveways or patios, you may incur a problem with tree roots pushing up pavers, making them uneven and creating a tripping hazard and an eyesore.
Initially, you might be tempted to cut the tree’s roots, but cutting roots may lead to damage that weakens the tree, eventually causing it to fall.
In order to preserve the integrity of the tree and your patio, walkway or drive, the best option is to call AAA Paver Sealing to remove existing pavers, add a new layer of base material to bring the height of the entire surface up and then reset the pavers.
In some cases, remediation that calls for driveway repair or brick paver repair involving re-leveling can involve the entire surface area. Such repairs also call for a certain level of expertise regarding base materials and techniques to ensure a long-lasting and visually appealing repair. Another job best left to professional brick patio repair contractors such as AAA Paver Sealing.
Damaged Seal Coating Leading to Mildew and Algae Growth
With the unique ecosystem of Florida, algae can be particularly difficult to keep up with. The most common types of algae to affect porous brick and concrete pavers are green and black algae. Attempting to stay on top of maintenance can actually make the problem worse since algae thrive in moisture. If your pavers are located in a shady area, the problem can be a lot harder to control. Aside from being unattractive, algae can pose a problem with slips and falls.
Algae growth is another problem you’ll want to have us take a look at. Many times, algae grow in conjunction with fungi. Many people assume algae and fungi are the same, but they are two distinctly different biological forms, each necessitating different treatment methods. Fungi and algae thrive and grow together in a symbiotic relationship.
The removal of algae and fungi is labor intensive and requires a combination of physical labor and chemical treatment. Aside from avoiding the hard work, you also need to be careful with the chemical treatment, as the best tools for the job will depend on the type of stone being treated. This is another job to leave to the professionals!
Chipped or Cracked Pavers
Chipped or cracked pavers can start out as small chips or cracks, but often grow and spread over time and can present a hazard to people walking over them. Sometimes such damage can be repaired by simply replacing the damaged pavers, but in other cases, large cracks may need to be filled or the affected pavers may need to be replaced.
Again, AAA Paver Sealing can provide a free, no obligation quote for the best, longest-lasting brick walkway repair.
These are just a few of the many types of damage that can occur to your brick, stone or concrete paver driveway, walkway or patio.
Call now for your FREE, no-obligation quote: (407) 392-0888 and to learn more about what makes AAA Paver Sealing the leader among brick patio repair contractors in Central Florida.