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Curing & Sealing Concrete

Curing is one of the most important and also the most often neglected phase of good concrete construction. Poorly cured concrete is more likely to crack and will not be as durable.

Curing should last for at least 3 days, and as long as 7 days, if practical. Try to avoid driving or leaving objects on the surface of the concrete. There are several methods of curing. Curing should begin as soon as possible after the finishing operations. That is why Best Concrete Concepts will spray your fresh concrete with a high grade cure and seal spray.


There are many different types of sealers and can be applied by brush, roller or by using a low-pressure airless sprayer. Application should be made per manufacturer’s instructions.

By following these installation guidelines and combining them with good workmanship, you’ll have a concrete driveway that will make a lasting impression for many years.

To ensure that your concrete driveway will look good for many years to come, there are important steps that should followed during installation. How well your driveway looks and performs long-term is largely related to the quality of workmanship and materials that go into it. Once you become the proud owner of a concrete driveway, it won’t take much effort on your part to keep it looking its best for many years to come.

Concrete driveways have long been known to give trouble-free service to homeowners. The reason is simple. Concrete is enduring…many driveways last for 30 years and longer without major maintenance. Just as with many high-quality purchases, concrete costs less in the long run. The driveway will simply need a sealer coat applied every fall to help ensure your investment last through the harsh winters. You the homeowner can apply this or contact Best Concrete Concepts to apply a coat for pennies per square foot.