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Old 04-24-2013, 11:43 PM
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It has been frustrating running into these projects. The companies use non breathable sealer and there price difference is product cost and not having decent cleaning equipment. They get more on the job and further push people into not liking pavers because of "issues". The cost of stripping and properly sealing them. "Well these pavers systems don't last and we'll probably go to stamp or stained concrete." Its just a shame. Especially when we are servicing installs put in the ground over 20 years ago that need minor repairs, and further additions. I was just curious on how different people are dealing with bad seal jobs. I had someone tell me if I had a power washer good enough it would clean it better. Perhaps a 18 hp hot unit isn't good enough what would be better?
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