Patio Paver & Brick MaintenanceCheck for stains every three months. You grill can spill fats and drinks can cause difficult stains. If left to penetrate the top surface, you may not be able to remove them. Use a hose and some soapy water to remove them.
Check for loose bricks; they can becom a tripping hazard. You can replace them by lifting them out and relaying them easily. Larger areas of loose slabs are best repaired by a professional - give us a call to help.
Keep your patio swept and thoroughly clean it every three months
Removing Weeds From the GapsMost patios paved with bricks will grow weeds in the spaces between. Use a jet washer and blow them out then follow up with a treatment of weed killer.
Removing Mold and Algae from your patioBlack mold and green algae not only discolor patios, but it also makes it slippery when wet.
The quickest way of cleaning a patio is to use a power washer. Using a power washer with detergent works best.
When cleaning a patio, make sure you use safety clothing such as goggles and gloves.
After power washing, be sure to resand and fill in the gaps between the bricks or slab. Sprinkle ordinary sand over the surface then brush it into the gaps. The sand will not only make your patio look much neater, but also cover the weed killer and help suppress further growth.