Faded Concrete Paver Driveway Renovation
An affordable Concrete Makeover for Your Driveway
What if we told you there was a simple way to improve your home’s curb appeal? Concrete paver driveway renovation is perfect for your next project if you’re looking to sell soon. It’s an easy win! Nothing disrupts the first impression of your home like a colorless or discolored driveway.
Even if you’re not looking to sell, a good ol’ concrete makeover is always satisfying. Imagine a fresh tint or beautiful gloss on your driveway – that perfect seal to protect for years to come.
The truth of the matter is, that while concrete pavers are common building material for driveways, those pavers become dull and discolored over time. Driveway renovation can be costly, time-consuming, and let’s face it – a bit overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be!
That’s where Direct Colors comes in. There’s no need for total driveway replacement or removal. We offer excellent alternatives to make your home look like a million bucks.
Feel free to soak up some inspiration from our customers’ impressive driveway renovation projects. Whether you’d like to emulate one of these projects or you have a specific look in mind to achieve, consider Portico Paver Stain or EasyTint Tinted Sealer to get the job done!
Direct Colors customer Dr. Miles contacted us about his recent driveway renovation project using our Portico Paver Stain:
Dear Direct Colors:
I couldn’t feel better about the results I got on the driveway. I promised I would send the after pictures to show my gratitude. The results were in a large part due to the professional consultants and affordable products offered by Direct Colors.
My driveway renovation project was essential a start over with regard to color and sealant. I had cracks and surface damage, and the color was virtually the plain gray of the concrete. I explained to how I wanted an old cobblestone street of various grays with sporadic accent stones of natural stone colors in earth tones.
Whereas, it is hard to even find the phone number of many internet sales companies, the technical staff at Direct Colors answered dozens of questions and gave me the direction I needed to pull this off — from repair, to acid staining of accent stones, to over-spraying with the Gray Portico Stain for various dilutions of gray.
Sealing was a key part of the help I received. They were able to explain how to protect the blue and green acid stains I used at the bottom of my driveway to reproduce slate. The trick was just a quart of their magic Penetrating Sealer.
One more thing, I absolutely love the ease of use and the strength of protection of their Satin Finish Sealer. I will never leave my driveway unprotected again.