Patio pavers are a great way to distinguish an area and mark walkways. They can add aesthetic beauty to your home and yard, but they can also be challenging to keep clean. Their porous surface makes it difficult to get into the small cracks and crevices of your pavers. Big Moose Pressure Cleaning is here to share some tips to help you keep your patio pavers clean.
Regular Power Washing Helps Maintain the Beauty of Your Pavers
The best way to maintain your paver’s beauty is with regular cleaning. You can hire a pressure washing company for deep cleaning and then use DIY cleaning methods for in between professional visits. These DIY methods can be achieved in several ways. For paver surfaces that are used more frequently, you will want to wash them more often. This can be done as simply as with a wet mop. You can use warm water to clean them if they aren’t too dirty. For pavers that have more staining and signs of wear, you may want to use a cleaning solution with either dish soap or vinegar to help cut through the grime. Since the surface of paving stones is very durable, you can use a scrub brush to get into the porous surface and remove dirt.
How to Remove Weeds from Between Pavers
Since pavers are a common addition to outdoor landscaping, you will likely run into weeds that need to be removed. These weeds don’t just ruin the curb appeal of the area, they weaken the seals between your paving stones. The best way to remove weeds from your pavers is with the help of an herbicide. When you have successfully killed them with the herbicide, you can easily pull them out of the ground.
Sealing Your Pavers
The harsh weather conditions that come with the exterior of your home often leave your pavers chipped and damaged. To avoid these problems, sealing your pavers is always recommended. Sealers will protect your pavers against any dulling or chipping that could happen over time. The sealer will help maintain a brightness that you will inevitably lose as time goes on. Be aware that you should avoid sealing your pavers too often. When you do this, the sealer can start to discolor from the sun. It shouldn’t be applied to your pavers more than every two years.
Pressure Cleaning Paving Stones
One of the most effective way to remove dirt and grime from your paving stones is with professional pressure cleaning services. This should never be done on your own to avoid causing any damage to the surface. Pressure cleaning has the ability to remove any unwanted staining and hard to remove debris from the surface of your paving stones. This is a great way to preserve the appearance of your pavers and keep your landscaping and patios in pristine condition.
Pressure Washing & More in McDonough, Barnesville, Fayetteville, Covington, Locust Grove & Griffin Georgia
If you are in need of pressure cleaning for your paving stones, there is nobody more qualified for the job than Big Moose Pressure Cleaning. We have the experience needed to completely remove any staining without causing any damage to the surface of your patio or landscaping. Call us today!