Before and After Sealing

While many people improve their home’s curb appeal by cleaning their gardens and doing landscaping, sealing one’s driveway can go a long way in enhancing the look of your home. Today, we’ll look at how getting one’s driveway really pays off.

With the majority of the driveways in Williamson County being aggregate, sealing your driveway is a simple way to improve both the appearance and performance of your driveway. Sealants are available in many shades and colors, but most experts recommend using sealants that are non-yellowing, UV-resistant, and have a high gloss that gives the driveway a wet look that both enriches and deepens the color of the aggregate. While sealants can improveMILES Driveway Sealer the look of the driveway, they also help to protect your driveway. Not all work can be done in a garage, so doing work in the driveway presents challenges with potential stains abound. By sealing your driveway, you can help prevent staining, since many sealants repel water, oil, and grease.

Sealing your driveway can go a long way in improving the look of your driveway, one sealing does not last a lifetime. Aggregate needs occasional maintenance, but the actual amount of required maintenance is dependent upon the amount of traffic and wear on the driveway. Sealant should be reapplied every two to three years to maximize the look and effectiveness of the sealant.

While you can seal your driveway yourself, the process can be messy and take two to three days to be fully complete. MILES Auto Spa offers driveway sealing services. MILES will come to your home and provide a no obligation estimate on your driveway. MILES Auto Spa is committed to cleaning, drying, and sealing your driveway in only one day.

Another benefit of contacting MILES to seal your driveway is that when you request an estimate, you receive an XP3 car wash that can be used at the MILES Auto Spa on Market Exchange Court or MILES Express on Mallory Station Road.

To request an estimate, visit MILES Auto Spa on Market Exchange Court off of Bakers Bridge Avenue in Cool Springs.

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