Sealing Your Concrete With Concrete Treat™

Sealing Your Concrete With Concrete Treat™

Protect Your Concrete Surfaces With Our Water-Based Concrete Sealer Products

Concrete Sealer 1 Gallon Size (Arrives Ready To Use)

Concrete Sealer 1 Gallon Size (Arrives Ready To Use)

Product Code: CT 1G RTU
Unit Price: $43.95

Concrete Treat seals and damp proofs concrete.

Concrete Sealer 1 Gallon Size (Concentrated)

Concrete Sealer 1 Gallon Size (Concentrated)

Product Code: CT 1G CT CONC Retail
Unit Price: $134.00

Protect Any Concrete Surface With Our Concentrated Fast-Drying Concrete Sealer & Thermal Blanket Product!

Concrete Sealer 5 Gallon Size (Arrives Ready To Use)

Concrete Sealer 5 Gallon Size (Arrives Ready To Use)

Product Code: CT 5G RTU Retail
Unit Price: $134.00

Concrete Treat seals and dampproofs concrete.

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Concrete Sealer 5 Gallon Size (Concentrated)

Concrete Sealer 5 Gallon Size (Concentrated)

Product Code: 5G CT CONC
Unit Price: $670.00

Concrete Treat seals and dampproofs concrete.

While it may look rock-solid at a glance, concrete is a porous, absorbent material that allows water to pass through its capillary passages continuously. If this wasn't true, then wet concrete would never cure!

Issues With Unsealed Indoor Concrete

During wet weather, think of your basement, crawl space, or concrete slab as a big, porous sponge sitting in a hole of wet mud. Moisture will pass continuously through these pores and into your home, which may show itself as damp spots, causing the following problems:

  • Added humidity in basements or crawl spaces, particularly in the case of concrete block walls
  • Moisture buildup behind drywall and under carpets
  • Efflorescence buildup on surfaces, formed as moisture evaporates and leaves mineral deposits behind (see Efflorisn't)

Issues With Unsealed Outdoor Concrete

Concrete driveways, sidewalks, patios, and other outdoor surfaces that are unsealed and exposed to moisture can experience damage as they are exposed to water and moisture. Problems related to unsealed concrete outdoors include the following:

  • Spalling (concrete surface damage) due to moisture penetrating the surface, freezing, and popping off the surface of the concrete
  • Spalling due to damage related to rebar corrosion or rock salt crystallization (subflorescence)
  • Unnecessary staining of concrete from dirt and outdoor debris

Have any questions? We'd love to speak with you! Call us at 855-906-5851 any time, or contact us online. We'd also like to invite you to visit our online store, where this and many other of our building supplies can be found!