Want to protect the appearance of your beautiful stone and make it easier to maintain?
Sealing natural stone can prolong its life and maintain its characteristics. Kebur can help you by pre-sealing for you. So when your paving arrives, it is ready to install in any weather.
We supply and deliver your stone ready-sealed with Dry-Treat Stain Proof or Intensifia. These are deep penetrating sealants which inhibit moss and mould growth, and provide protection from stains, efflorescence, salt, freeze-thaw spalling and picture-framing. Stain-Proof provides deep-penetrating long-lasting premium protection, whilst Intensifia both protects and enhances the colour of your stone.
Prices start from £14.95 per m2 including VAT. This includes a performance warranty. Ask us for details.
Frequently asked questions
Is pre-sealing recommended for all types of natural stone?
All natural stone has variation in porosity and has a chance of staining from oils, grease, dirt and its natural surroundings. Some types of natural stone are more prone to staining and weathering than others. We highly recommend pre-sealing the following natural stone:
Sealing these stones will give them the best possible protection against moss and mould growth, weathering, traffic wear, efflorescence, picture framing, salt attack and freeze-thaw attack.
Using a sealant or colour-enhancer can protect against stains and enhance the colour for Asian Blue Limestone and Natural Sandstone. Whilst not necessary to protect the stone itself, using a colour-enhancer will slow the fading process and/or enhance the appearance of Black Limestone and Andhra Grey Limestone.
Why use Kebur’s pre-seal service?
Can’t I just do it myself?
Are there cheaper products than Dry-Treat TM?
How long will it take to seal my stone?
Do I need to pre-seal porcelain?
I have sealed my stone but after a while there are marks on the surface
Sealed stone can still scratch and darker coloured stones will show up scratch and scuff marks more than lighter ones.
Will my stone look different?
What cleaner should I use on my sealed stone?
What does the warranty cover?
How should my sealed stone be laid?
If using a landscaper, let them know you have pre-sealed the stone so they don’t try and seal again after the installation.
You may want to buy a small amount of extra sealant so you or your landscaper can apply it over the top of the joints or exposed cuts after installation.