Paver and Concrete Restoration

We Fix Ugly Pavers!

paver saverPavers are a classic, unique look that can stand the test of time. However, time can really take its toll and proper restoration of your pavers may be needed.

Many times, we find that the pavers themselves are still in great shape, they just need some TLC to remove years of dirt and grime, level out sunken spots, repair edging that is showing, and replace sand that has been displaced, allowing weeds to grow.

Our Unique Paver Saver Process

We can apply our unique “Paver Saver” process for much less than what it would have cost to replace pavers entirely.

First, we use a specialized steam cleaner to remove grime and mildew without harsh chemicals.

Next, we repair the settled areas by properly installing and compacting new base material

Then, we install polymeric sand that sets up like grout after going through our curing process, completely preventing weed growth in the joints.

Finally, we apply a premium matte-finish sealer to the pavers which will protect the color, extend the life of the pavers and prohibit mildew and mold growth on the paver surface.

If you have ugly pavers, don’t dismay! We can make them look like new again! Read about how we helped with our client’s ugly pavers in our Case Studies65


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  • We so appreciated the professionalism, thoroughness and attention through the planning phases.

    Bob and Sandy Cramer, Marion, Ohio

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  • Our experience with the ProScape staff was very positive.

    Residential Client, Galena, Ohio

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  • The day the crew cleaned the pavers, we couldn’t even believe it. We had forgotten how beautiful our pavers really were!

    The Marchetti's, Powell, Ohio

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  • We will highly recommend ProScape for the beautiful patio work!

    David & Joanie Worthen, Marion, Ohio

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