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What to consider before/after your scheduled project?

By Kyle February 6, 2017

VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION PLEASE READ THOROUGHLY

What to consider before your scheduled project?

Schedule Landscapers, Pool, and Lawn Maintenance at least 48 hours after to allow sufficient curing time after we have completed your home.

What to consider before your scheduled project?

*Pool, Lanai, and Patios

We ask that you remove the furniture or anything that is on, in, or can be in contact with the area we will be working for us before the start of work.

Please ensure all furniture and decorations are not on or near the area being worked on, and non-permanent mounted wall decorations are removed prior, as our equipment creates a force.

Turn off Sprinklers and waterfalls that can come in contact with sealed surfaces.

Upon Request, we will assist with moving or covering heavier items for the homeowner.

You may need to clean the pool after and have the chemical balance checked and adjusted accordingly.

The sealed surface can be open to light foot traffic within 6 hours after it has been sealed, and only if necessary. Please understand it may feel tacky before fully curing out.

You can walk with a manager while we are there; you will see us walking and inspecting the entire area and taking pictures.

*Wait at least 48 hours before allowing your pets to walk on the surfaces.

You may replace the furniture and use your pool/spa within 48 hours after your surface has cured out.

*We will have our Self Contained Vacuum running while we are taking care of your pool area.

*High humidity or elevated moisture may take longer to cure out*

What to consider before your scheduled project?

* Driveways & Garages do not drive or park on for at least 48 hours to allow complete curing.

Please ensure all vehicles that need to be used are out of the garage and not on or near the area of the surface being worked on; make sure they’re at least 15 feet beyond our truck & equipment.

All we ask is that you remove the furniture or anything that is on, in, or can be in contact with the area we will be working for us prior to the start of work, make sure they’re at least 10 feet beyond the scope being worked on.

Please ensure all furniture and decorations are not on or near the area being worked on, and non-permanent mounted wall decorations are removed prior, as our equipment creates a force.

Turn off Sprinklers that can come in contact with sealed surfaces.

We will tape off your Driveway; Please leave this up for at least 48 hours to avoid any accidental use of your driveway.

The sealed surface can be open to light foot traffic within 6 hours after it has been sealed, and only if necessary; please understand it may feel tacky prior to fully curing out.

*High humidity or elevated moisture may take longer to cure out*

What to consider before your scheduled project?

Paver Stripping See above for more information on the areas were working on 

Includes all of the above for each area.

Pool Filters: These should be off; your pool maintenance company should check and flush out your pool filtration system after we are completed.

Pools/Spas: You should ask your pool maintenance company. We highly advise them to clean and refill your pool after stripping.

We will have our Self Contained Vacuum running while we are taking care of your pool area so that you can remove yours.

Ensure all furniture/items are away from the stripping area as sometimes this can be a dusty process.

Keep all windows, doors, and entrances Locked Closed so they don’t open or have anyone accidentally enter the area being stripped.

Please ensure all furniture and decorations are not on or near the area being worked on; make sure they’re at least 15 feet beyond the area.

The sealed surface can be open to light foot traffic within 6 hours after it has been sealed, and only if necessary; please understand it may feel tacky prior to fully curing out.

Q. What is the difference between drying and curing

A: Drying is visually seen by the observer. A coating can be dry to the touch but needs additional time to reach its appropriate cure point.

If traffic is allowed upon the coating too quickly, i.e., before curing, premature wear is possible. Therefore, we always recommend 48 hours after application for the final cure to occur. This will, of course, vary with weather conditions, humidity, temperature, and design.

Q. How will humidity affect the drying of the sealer

A. Higher humidity and/or cooler temperatures impact the curing process of the sealer. Higher humidity over 50-60% restricts water from evaporating properly from the coatings. Lower temperatures below 70°F also slow the curing process.

*high humidity or elevated moisture may take longer to cure out *

*Landscapers/Pool/Lawn Maintenance can be scheduled the day prior or 48 hours after*

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Ron DeVore says

Very impressed with the sanding of the surface of the pavers before starting with the rest of the process.
The actual process was conducted in a very systematic and careful manner.
The final result was most impressive; the pavers once again have more color
and shine.
In the beginning, I was leery of the process to be used, but now I would
not hesitate to do it again. The outcome is impressive compared to other local companies we have had.
So I would recommend your company without hesitation.