Concrete Seal Removal & Reseal

SageSolutions has many quality ways of protecting and restoring your assets. One of them is by sealing your concrete.

Why Should I Seal My Concrete?

While concrete is durable and can last for decades, it may soon begin to look pretty shabby. There are a number of factors that can quickly make your concrete look centuries old. Salt and melting chemicals, oil spills, fertilizer, and weather can cause crumbling, discoloration or cracks. Furthermore, concrete tends to develop hair-line cracks and a new sealant will keep water from getting into these cracks, freezing, and causing expansion.

Regular sealing protects your concrete investment from these threats and keeps it looking great for decades.

Should I hire a professional to seal my concrete?

That’s of course the customer’s decision. It’s important to know that it needs to be properly prepared before it is applied, because if something is sealed to it, it will be there for a very long time. It’s also important that the sealer doesn’t puddle or get wet. Everyone will quickly notice a bad sealing job. Removing a bad seal is a lot of hard work.

Is Concrete Sealing worth the expense?

Even several sealings is less expensive and less trouble than breaking up your ruined driveway with a jackhammer, renting a container to have the chunks removed from your property and then having a new driveway poured.

What is the best time to seal concrete?

Usually, the best time to seal new concrete is when the concrete has cured. While the type of sealer used are factors in determining when to apply the sealer, 28 days is generally considered a good time to do the job. Some sealers, though, need to be applied as soon as the concrete can bear the weight of the person applying the sealer.

After that, how often you will need to reseal depends on the kind of sealer used and the kind of wear and tear you concrete gets. Understand that Colorado’s hot sun, cold winters and rapidly changing temperatures can cause more rapid wear. This is why we recommend regular sealing.

What kind of sealer works best?

There are different sealers to choose from and they have different outcomes. Some sealers are practically invisible, some add color, some are glossy, others are flat, some protect from weather extremes and mold, some are good for trafficked areas, some for places where chemicals are used, some are good for watery areas, some sealers are environmentally friendly, some last 1 to 3 years and others last for 10 or more years, some make your concrete slippery and need additives to prevent that, some repel water and salts, others repel oil. Your concrete professional will advise you as to which sealer will meet your needs and wants.

Should we remove the old sealer?

If you are unsure about what type of sealer was previously used, we recommend removing the old sealer before putting on the new. We use a biodegradable, non toxic, soy based solution to remove it. Because you can only remove a very small area at a time, this process takes time. We also want to be sure not to miss any spots or it won’t look very nice. After removing the old sealer, we use a power washer that is at least 4,000 psi on your concrete.

How to get a free estimate.

SageSolutions knows a lot about concrete sealing and if you live in the Denver front range area and need your driveway sealed, we would welcome the opportunity to give you a free estimate. Please call us at 303-578-7054 or go to our Free Estimate page and fill out the form. There’s room for comments there. Once contacted, we will setup a time to look at your concrete to determine the appropriate plan of action.

We appreciate the opportunity to serve you.

Gas Fireplace Problem

For $185* plus parts (if needed) we run through a checklist to clean, adjust, and service your gas fireplace. Our service is warrantied for 90 days – meaning we’ll return for free if the same problem arises. All parts come with a one year warranty.

Have a second fireplace in your home?  Cleaning and servicing additional fireplaces is just $135.

* $185 January through September. $215 October through December. 

Our technicians will arrive sometime during the 2 hour appointment window. The repair typically takes 45 minutes to an hour.

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Furnace Certification or Cleaning Request

We charge $165 for a furnace certification and cleaning. Each additional furnace is just $120.

Looking for a furnace cleaning only? We charge $145 for a furnace cleaning and $125 for each additional furnace.

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Concrete Work (new concrete patio, driveway, sidewalk, etc.)

All concrete estimates are free. We will demo existing concrete and install new. We offer stamped, colored, aggregate, and regular concrete. All estimates expire in 30 days.

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Lawn Sprinkler Repair

2019 Sprinkler Service Pricing

Sprinkler System Activation/Start-up$125 up to 8 zones, additional zones $5 each + any parts and installation
Sprinkler System Tune-upservice call plus parts and labor @ $90/Hour
Sprinkler System RepairsService Call plus the repair activity shown below
Sprinkler System Winterization$90 up to eight zones, additional zones $5 each
Service Call

All repair visits include the service call charge plus the repair activity cost as shown below.
Replace pop-up spray head & nozzle$30
Replace rotor sprinkler head$45
Replace Maxi-Paw impact sprinkler head$75
Raise or straighten a spray head$12
Replace Spray Nozzle$7
Replace Febco Backflow Parts$95
Replace Watts/Wilkins backflow parts$135
Replace backflow preventer$395
Replace RP double check backflow$750
Replace backflow testcock$25
Replace ball valve$195
Cooper Repair, Break in Pipe$175
Rebuild manifold assembly 4 valves or less.$750
Each additional manifold Valve$100
Replace one control valve$300
Each additional replaced control valve$100
Replace control valve parts$80
Replace control valve solenoid$75
Diagnose Electrical Issues$90/hour
Locate valve box, minimum 1 hour$90/hour
4 station control clock with installation$225
6 station control clock with installation$250
8 station control clock with installation$275
12 station control clock with installation$475
Wi-Fi module for control clock with installation and programming$175
Rain sensor for control clock with installation$175
Cap A Sprinkler Head$30
Repair plastic pipe leak$90/hour + parts
Install micro spray nozzle. $2
Repair plastic pipe leak$90/hour + parts

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