Menards Patio Pavers – When my first neighbor decided to install a paver-block in the back of his house, he chose paver stones for some good reasons. He thinks they will last longer than other materials such as wood or pour concrete, he thinks they have a very “rich” look that is elegant to them and most importantly, he thinks they will be free of maintenance. Well, he’s almost right.
Menards patio pavers look great and they are very durable, but it was not long before he found out that they were not completely maintenance free. After several seasons of rain, snow, and sun, the terrace did not look as good as the first time when he installed it. The sun began to fade in some areas, the sand between the stones had been washed away by rain and weeds began to grow in the gap between the pavers. He even began to see ant colonies starting to form using his valuable paver sand as their new home.
Well, the solution to the problem is quite simple. It’s time to clean Menards patio pavers and seal it for protection. And even though he was a little reluctant at first to try this project himself, as soon as I started carrying him through various steps, he decided it didn’t sound difficult and he had to be able to seal his own porch. With every project I do, I can’t emphasize this enough. From beginning to end, with each step in between, take your time. When you invade a project through you makes mistakes, and mistakes are what the pros can avoid.