Are you looking for a contractor that can assist you with home improvement projects around the house? Tasks such as sealing natural stones is a project that takes great patience and precision. When choosing a professional for this, it is essential to know your options and who can bring you the best results.
Texas Stone Sealers is a company that specializes in cleaning, sealing, and restoration. There are plenty of different options out there, and it can be hard to decide which one is the best, but Texas Stone Sealers have been in the business for over 15 years. We service throughout all 50 states, and we are pioneers in our field.
Being in the field as long as we have, we have worked with every different sealer on the market that you can imagine. After years of handling poor-quality sealants that flake, chip, or leak, we’d had enough. Our team decided to create a product of high-quality that, at the time, was not on the market.
From this, TSS PRO 100, our first formula, was born. TSS comes highly recommended because our work consistently speaks for itself. We make it our mission to excel in our craft, and dedicate time and effort to achieve the best possible results for all of our clients.
Why You Should Be Sealing Natural Stones
Natural stone is a fashionable, classy, and timeless choice for homeowners building decks, patios, driveways, waterfalls, and pool copings. Indoor stone tile is also a trendy flooring choice. We clean and seal these home additions built with many different types of natural stones using man-made materials.
No matter the type of stone, it is vital to have it cleaned adequately before any sealant is applied. A process such as pressure washing will remove any debris or staining from the surface of the stone. The result will be color enhanced, clean natural stone that is ready to be sealed.
Once you get to the process of sealing the stone, it is crucial to choose the best sealant that will protect the stone in whatever environment it is in. For instance, if you are working with a stone pool coping, you will want to go with a sealant that will repel water and is more oil-based. This is preferable because the outdoor stone is exposed to weathering, saltwater, and erosion.
Our product, TSS Pro-100WB, is a water-based natural stone sealant. It works well on natural plaster, unglazed tile and grout, brick and man-made stone, and more. This blend of sealant is ideal for people who live in VOC compliant states. The penetrating sealer goes on quickly and can be applied using a brush, roller, or sprayer.
Professional, High-Quality Work Every Time
Longer-lasting sealant means you won’t have to reseal as often. Thus, unwanted discoloration, mold, and algae are kept off of your stone. When you consider other products out there, many of them claim the same, but their product reviews tell a different story. When you choose TSS PRO, you are choosing professional, quality, and durable sealants that last. Who doesn’t want that?
Our products are different because we use advanced Cross-Link technology. This is a process in which a polymer chain links to other polymer chains, including the molecular chain of the stone. In conclusion, the nano-scale bonds create the result of resistance to moisture longterm.
TSS Pro product line has proven time-and-time again to be superior quality on various stone, concrete, and porous surfaces. Also, as part of our commitment to environmental responsibility, we offer products that are VOC compliant. These products are available in all 50 states and Canada.
Purchasing an inferior product that flakes, chips or leaks could leave you having to spend more time and money restarting your projects. Do not settle for an inferior sealant. With us, you get what you pay for. TSSPRO gets the job done right the first time. Save money and time with TSS PRO sealants, a premium stone seal. We promise that you won’t be disappointed.
America’s Favorite Contracting Company
Trying to do a home improvement project by yourself can be stressful. If you aren’t a professional, it could backfire, causing you more money, time, and hassle. Let TSS be the contracting team that has your back. Anyone can claim themselves to be the best, but few have the credentials and longevity in the field to back it up.
A great contracting company is honest and transparent. Knowledge is everything. That is why we strongly encourage our clients to research Angie’s List and BBB. When you have a better understanding of which contractors you can trust, you can make a more informed decision.
Whether you require stone cleaning, stone sealing, or general work for your deck patio walkways, Texas Stone Sealers are only a phone call away. Don’t leave the projects of sealing flagstone and cleaning swimming pool copings to an inferior product. Call us today and receive the best.
Contact Us Today
If you are looking to end your search for the best cleaners, sealers, and restoration contractors, contact Texas Stone Sealers today. Our team of professional stone cleaners and sealers are available to you in as little as a phone call. We handle commercial properties, communities, and are a vendor for many property management companies and homeowners’ associations. Get in touch with us by calling (888) 958-0556. You can also visit our online store for the full catalog of TSSPRO sealants.
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