One of the greatest benefits of Sierra Stone or Rubber Stone is the simple and low-cost maintenance that keeps your refinished surface looking brand new year after year.
Over two decades ago, Dr. John T. McElveen founded Carolina Ear & Hearing Clinic, PC, a private medical and surgical practice specializing in the diseases of the ear. As experts in Otology and Neurotology, our team focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of disorders involving the ear, its related skull base structures, and specific areas of the central nervous system. Both are highly specialized areas, requiring at least five years of residency training, in addition to completion of medical school and Otology and Neurotology fellowship training.
The first step to maintaining your new surface is to pressure or power wash. This will remove any built up dirt or grime from between the rocks or rubber substrate depending on the material used.
Over the years since installation or the last maintenance service, if any rocks are missing or the rubber surface has been damaged in some way, now is the time to fix it. Repairs take no time at all, and once it's dried and sealed again, you'll forget it was damaged in the first place.
Last but not least is the sealing. The sealant is rolled onto the surface and dries in no time. This will keep your water and weatherproof surface durable, strong, and ready to last another 3-5 years.
Concrete and asphalt has to be sealed every 1-3 years if you want to extend the life expectancy. With Sierra Stone and Rubber Stone, maintenance is recommended every 3-5 years depending on location and weather.
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