Stamped patio stains and sealing applied by the professionals. From acid and acetone stains to simple gloss stamped patio sealing, Noco Coatings & Concrete LLC can wash and apply a beautiful, weather resistant and protective finish to your stamped concrete to impress everyone!
Strict S.O.P guidelines are followed with the preparation and application methods for your new top coat. This includes 2 trips to your project and a step by step clean and seal process. This is not an ordinary sweep off and spray on method!
The entire concrete surface will be extensively power washed and cleaned using a large industrial pressure washer with custom attachments to remove all accumulated dirt , flaking old top coat and surface contaminants on the concrete. After a 48-72 hour drying period we will return to start the new top coat application process.
If you have elected on your proposal to have either antiquing or acetone dye applied it will be completed at this time before the top coat application.
Your top coat sealer application will be completed in one to two coats with our low pressure spray equipment and neat hand edging by brush . We use only the best sealer for your patio top coat, Deco-Guard low sheen clear concrete sealer. in our opinion, its the best there is.
After your top coat process is complete we recommend that all pet and human foot traffic remain off you newly sealed surface for at least 6 hours. We also recommend a full 24 hours before putting any patio furniture or grills back onto your newly sealed surface. This allows for proper cure time.
We always recommend a comprehensive maintenance plan to reseal your patio surface as needed to keep your investment looking great and in superb condition for years to come. We will mail you a post card as a reminder to put it on your to do list! The gurantee for any acetone stains and DecoGuard sealers is until December 31st of the year of application. Sealing is a routine maintenance every 1 or 2 years to keep your stamped concrete looking great and must be kept up on, Colorado weather conditions are very harsh and will effect every patio differently.