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Block Paving Cleaning

A block paved driveway can create a beautiful first impression of any home. However, due to its composition and the way that it is laid, it can be harder to keep clean. Weeds are a very big issue with block paved driveways and patios and the most compelling reason why people like to get there driveways sealed thesedays.

Most of block paved surfaces will hold varying degrees of moisture and this makes them particularly vulnerable to weed infestation and the spread of algae and moss. The sanded joints tend to be the areas that are most susceptible to the growth of weeds and we can help solve this problem by applying protective sealers to the joints.

To keep its structural integrity this type of paving does require regular maintenance, to make sure that your investment retains its ‘kerb appeal’ and does not look like an eyesore. The sand filled gaps associated with block paving make it easy for weeds to take root and grow and damp conditions encourage moss and algae to flourish across the surface of the blocks. This is a common problem for many homeowners throughout Sussex.

At Sussex Drive Cleaning, we use the most up to date pressure washing equipment and together with high quality, fungicidal cleaners, we are able to deep clean your driveway or patio; washing away the build-up of dirt and surface growth with ease and efficiency. Once dry, we will re-sand all the joints using kiln dried sand and to complete the restoration service. Once dry we will always apply two coats of sealer for the ultimate protection from deterioration. The benefits of sealing your block paving are to provide a protective coating across the surface, preventing future growth of moss, weeds and algae and to stabilise the joints.

To find out more information about our block paving cleaning service or to obtain a FREE quote, please click here or call 0800 988 0348 as we cover most areas throughout Sussex. We have carried out many block paving cleaning and sealing projects in towns like Brighton, Haywards Heath, Worthing, Eastbourne and Hastings