Two Companies Come Together to Offer You the Opportunity to Never Seal Your Wood or Concrete Surfaces Again

Two Companies Come Together to Offer You the Opportunity to Never Seal Your Wood or Concrete Surfaces Again
March, 2014

Seal Maxx Plus and Integraseal announced recently that they have joined together to offer customers the opportunity to never seal their wood or concrete surfaces again. After ten years as friendly competitors David Monahan, President of Seal Maxx Plus, and Greg Tyler, President of Integraseal announced the merger into one company retaining the name Seal Maxx Plus.

Seal Maxx Plus is a service applied process of cleaning and sealing wood and concrete internally. The process takes two days with a day in the middle for drying purposes. The initial application of sealant is applied following a deep cleaning of the wood or concrete. The cleaning removes all previous oil based stains that may have been applied. While wet the wood/concrete sealant is applied and carried into the substrate by the rinse water. After drying for 24 hours the wood may be lightly sanded prior to the application of the moisture barrier sealant. This silicone based product seals the wood and the concrete for several years to come. The wood sealant can contain a cedartone stain to give the wood a very natural cedar finish. Concrete sealant, for the most part, is applied as a clear product.

Seal Maxx Plus is a A+ rated Accredited Business by the BBB and a proud member of the Home Builders Association of St. Louis and Eastern Missouri. Seal Maxx Plus offers you the finest quality products available, with the highest degree of customer service possible, at a fair and reasonable price. For more information, visit www.CallMaxx.com.