Shepherd’s Company offers concrete sealing services for concrete pads, driveways, sidewalks, and patios for your home or business.
Why You Should Seal Concrete
Concrete is worth protecting, as it is costly to lay and repair. Sealing is the way to strengthen and protect your investment and increase your concrete’s durability, as well as improve its appearance. Most concrete pads are gritty and porous; sealing smoothes the surface so as to ease not only water runoff and snow removal, but also the clean-up of motor oil or other engine fluids.
Because concrete is naturally porous, it absorbs water. Freezing temperatures will cause the water absorbed by the concrete to crack. Driveway salt can also cause pitting in the concrete, causing its appearance to rapidly worsen. Because sealing inhibits the concrete from absorbing water, your chances of getting cracks in your pavement are reduced with concrete sealing. Find out more about our experience with a range of waterproofing services including caulking.
Our sealing products provide long-term protection and are worth the investment. Properly maintaining exterior concrete significantly improves its looks, thereby enhancing the value and appearance of any property.
New concrete has become very expensive over the past 5-10 years, and it is very costly to replace a driveway or patio. Protecting your concrete by sealing it is a relatively small cost.
Missouri’s Concrete Experts
Shepherd’s Company has served Mid-Missouri and the centrally located cities for over 30 years, including Ashland, Auxvasse, Ballwin, Baxter, Boonville, Brazeto, Camdenton, Centralia, Chesterfield, Columbia, Defiance, Eldon, Ellsville, Eugene, Fayette, Fulton, Harrisburg, Hermann, High Hill, Holts Sumitt, Imperial, Jonesburg, Kingdom City, Kirksville, Lake Ozark, Lake Saint Louis, Leawood, Lohman, Manchester, Martinsburg, Maryland Heights, Mexico, Middletown, Mokane, Montgomery City, New Florence, O’Fallon, Osage Beach, Roach, Rocheport, Saint Charles, Saint Louis, Saint Peters, Sedalia, Sunrise Beach, Tebbetts, Vienna, Warrenton, Weldon Springs, Wentzville, Westphalia, and neighboring cities.