Best Concrete Sealers

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There are two primary markets: commercial and residential. Concrete Sealers Reviews was created to help homeowners and construction professionals find the best sealer for their job. All information on this website has been gathered from the internet and manufacturer websites, documents, and technical spec sheets.

Based on the information we have gathered, and on customer reviews from various sources, we have compiled a list of the “Best Concrete Sealers.”

#1 Concrete Sealer

The best concrete sealer on the market is Foundation Armor’s Armor L3000 concrete sealer.

Why we like it: Foundation Armor’s Armor L3000 concrete sealer is patent-pending and can best be described as an enhanced lihtium silicate based sealer. Unlike coatings, the Armor L3000 penetrates up to 2″ into the concrete and chemically reacts with it beneath the surface. Once fully cured, the concrete is waterproofed, up to 45% stronger, and resistant to a variety of liquids and chemicals. It does not change the look or texture of the concrete and will keep your concrete looking better and lasting longer.

The downside: The benefits of the Armor L3000 don’t come cheap – a gallon sells for $149.95. The sealer is guaranteed for a lifetime however so the cost can be easily justified. Another downside is they directly distribute their products which means your product must be shipped directly to you (1-5 days). Is the product well worth the wait? We think so.

Other products: Learn more about all of Foundation Armor’s concrete sealers.

#1 Concrete Coloring System

The best concrete coloring system on the market is Concrete Coatings Inc.’s Overlay Integral Colorants.

Why we like it: Concrete Coatings, Inc. C-Series Liquid Colorants may be added to any cementitious mix for an integral color through the entire matrix, not just on the surface. With 27 standard colors, you are sure to find a color that will work well with your project. Custom colors are available.

The downside: You have to add the colorants to the cementitious mix, they can’t be applied to pre-existing concrete.

Other products: Learn more about concrete coatings.

#1 Ready-Mix Concrete

The best ready-mix concrete on the market is QUIKRETE® Concrete Mix (No. 1101).

Why we like it: Quikrete is perhaps the most well known brand of ready-mix concrete, and for a reason. It is inexpensive, available in most retail chains, and it is easy to mix and pour.

The downside: When it comes to mixing concrete, you have to add the appropriate amount of water – and there is little room for error. Adding too little will cause the concrete to cure quickly, and crack. Adding too much will weaken the concrete.

Other products: Learn more about ready mix concrete.

#1 Garage Floor Coatings

The best garage floor coating on the market is Garage Floor Coatings Inc.’s Eco-Corflex.

We we like it: It looks cool and protects your concrete. Over a decade ago, Robert Hanson, the founder and CEO of GarageFloorCoating.com created a new process of coating garage floors. His innovations have since become the industry standard, making GarageFloorCoating.com the leader in the market.

The downside: Like all epoxies, they product the surface of the concrete but not the concrete itself. On a possitive note, you can use a Foundation Armor concrete sealer first, then apply an epoxy coating over it – allowing you to protect your concrete, above and below the surface.

Other products: Learn more about epoxy coatings.