Paver Cleaning & Sealing Professionals

Restore and prevent fading, staining, and eroding.

Travertine, Brick, and Concrete Paver Sealing

Protect your hardscape investments by regularly sanding and sealing your paver patios, driveways, walkways, fire pits, and retaining walls. The elements will wreak havoc on your hardscapes, especially in the Southern CA. UV rays and humid air, together with rain, cause stones to break down and erode, and colors start to fade.
KC Power Clean’s professionals have the skills and equipment to protect and restore your pavers. With our years of experience, we have perfected the art of paver sealing. We can make your outdoor hardscapes reinforced and shine through the best paver sealers and sealing practices.
Your home can look its best with just one call. Contact us today, and we’ll assess your needs and get you scheduled as soon as possible.

Paver Sealing That Lasts

We only use the best of the best. When it comes to paver sealers, we select only industrial-grade products to make sure your home’s pavers will have the same lasting shine the day you installed them.

Our Paver Sanding Process

The sand between pavers plays a functional role as well as an aesthetic one. When sealed with a joint-stabilizing sealer, the sand keeps your pavers in place. This practice helps mitigate weed growth and will prevent moisture from seeping in and underneath the pavers.
We prefer to use silica-based sand due to our subtropical, moisture-rich environment. Silica-based sand is free of nutrients, which helps to reduce organic growth. Others may use polymeric sand because of its stabilizing properties but we’ve found that polymeric sand is typically the choice for original installs, and regular sand works better for rehab projects due to it’s fine flowing ability to work without a vibrating compactor.
Polymeric sand can cause many problems on rehab projects, especially if its installed in a damp environment improperly, it can leave an unpleasant haze on the pavers and won’t fill paver joints as deeply as it should. With the proper application of commercial grade sealers, the sand will be “flooded” with hardening agents, thus keeping the sand and pavers in place and inhibiting weed growth without the use of polymers added into the joint sand.
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Paver Cleaning & Sealing

Most Common FAQs


How Much Does it Cost?

Generally paver cleaning, sanding and sealing is around $2.50 per sq ft.  It can range lower or higher depending on the size (sq footage) and complexity (level of preparation) of the project.


How Long Does it Take?

Most of our paver cleaning projects are 1-2 days.  Our crews do a deep cleaning on day 1, focusing on heavy stain removal.  Day 2 is often our color infusion and sealing


What is color infusion?

color infusion>We have a proprietary process to rejuvenate the look of faded pavers!  Some of the best tricks are learned through years of experience.  Our color infusion products are applied after the cleaning but prior to sealing the pavers.


How Shiny or Slippery will my Pavers be?

We usually recommend people go with a low gloss sealer, as it’s the most popular choice by far.  We like to refer to it as giving the pavers a nice sheen.  We do offer high gloss and matte finish sealers as well and every job is catered to our clients particular requests.
Pavers by nature are not very slippery, but if there is a fear of them being on a steep grade or around a pool, we can add a grip enhancer into the topcoat of the sealer to help stabilize the traction.


How do I know if I need to strip my old sealer?

If you have a paver surface that is hazy, white, or peeling- that’s a sure sign of needing a chemical strip.  If you pour some water on your pavers and the pavers absorb the water quickly and darken the pavers, then they likely don’t need to be stripped.  In some rare cases, we do lightly media blast pavers to remove old sealer instead of chemical stripping, especially since the media blast causes less damage to joint sand and also cleans deep stains like hard water etc.


Do I have to resand my pavers?

Resanding pavers is done on a case by case basis.  It is common to dislodge some paver sand during the power wash, but not always. If sand it needed to refill we do so during our paver cleaning and sealing projects.  

From Filthy To Flawless

Whether you're looking for a simple rinse or complete deep cleaning experience, KC Power Clean is equipped and ready to serve. Estimates are Always Fast & Free. Get Started Today!

What Is Brick Paver?

Sealing your pavers is like putting a fresh coat of wax on your car. Just like the wax on your vehicle, paver sealing forms a barrier, locking out harmful moisture, spills and color degrading UV rays. Unfortunately, just like the wax on your car – sealers will wear away. Heavy rain, sunlight, and even foot or automobile traffic will wear the sealer over time, no longer protecting your investments.
You should prioritize sealing driveways, patios, pool decks, firepits, walkways, and any surface that consists of travertine, concrete, or bricks. Keeping them sealed will not only make your property look aesthetically better but will also make it last longer.
We suggest resealing every 2-4 years depending on the amount of sun and rain exposure. We also recommend cleaning your outdoor surfaces every six months to reduce dirt and algae buildup to prevent wearing.

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What to Expect

Working With Us Is Easy as 123

Step 1


We LISTEN & learn about your project needs via a quick phone call, often receiving pictures or videos to help aid in the discussion. We may set up a jobwalk to inspect the property in person where necessary

Step 2


We always strive to demonstrate a "proof of concept" either via explaining the process or sending you pictures & video demonstration. We can even arrange a sample demonstration if the job is complex

Step 3


We'll send you a written estimate so easy to understand that a 6th grader gets it. Get excited about your new project and rest easy knowing experts are doing the job.


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