What Causes Efflorescence and How to Remove it: Efflorescence Causes, Removal, and Prevention

What is efflorescence? Efflorescence is a crystalline deposit of salts (carbonates, sulfates, chlorides) that may appear as a chalky or white haze on surfaces of masonry, stucco or concrete. The efflorescence  you are observing in your pavers is Calcium Carbonate, a by-product resulting from an interaction between the cement used to manufacture the paving stone and the … Continue reading What Causes Efflorescence and How to Remove it: Efflorescence Causes, Removal, and Prevention

Best Joint Sand for Pavers: How to use Polymeric Sand

6 Steps on How to Use Polymeric Sand Polymeric Sand is the best choice for filling in your paver joints. There are many advantages to using polymeric sand over other traditional sand, which you may read about here. Though the benefits are great, the installation of polymeric sand requires time and attention to detail. There are specific steps you need to … Continue reading Best Joint Sand for Pavers: How to use Polymeric Sand