Resealing stamped and colored concrete should be done on a regular basis just like any other home maintenance.  The frequency will depend on how high a traffic area to cars, foot traffic, water, salt water and any chemicals the concrete is exposed to.

Before- H.F. Driveway
After- H.F. Drive- No Hi-lts
Before- H.F. pool deck
After- H.F. pool deck
Before- original company sealed too soon which turned the deck white, they returned 6 months later to apply another coat of sealer which started delaminating in about 2 months.
Before-Rock Texture
After-Recolored deck and sealed
closeup of poor bonding of sealer
Before- Regal Ashlar pattern pool deck.  Homeowner had it resealed year before and the sealer was not bonding which is a common problem we see when its not done correctly.
Afterl- Regal Ashlar pattern pool deck.  We removed all the old sealers and resealed
Before- Another company used an acid stain to highlight random stones which the homeowner did not like so we were contracted to add additional colors so it would blend better.
Before- #2
Before- #3-never detailed grout lines so we grinded in all the lines for a cleaner look.
After- #1
After- #2
After- #3
After-Yorkstone pool deck now with highlights
Before- Yorkstone pool deck
Before- Rock Texture- homeowner wanted to add color to the deck
After- Added additional color to deck and resealed
homeowner tried to reseal driveway
driveway after reseal 2 x 2

Seal Natural Stone

Seal real slate stone pool deck
Seal real slate stone pool deck

Patterned Concrete® by Rey, Inc.
1502 14th Street Plano, Texas 75074 
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