What is the cost to seal driveway pavers?

The cost to seal driveway pavers will depend on if you are sealing the driveway pavers yourself, or hiring a contractor to apply the driveway sealer for you. If you hire a contractor to seal your driveway pavers, the cost will range from $0.75-12.00 per square foot depending on the size of the driveway and the type of sealer used. If you are sealing your own driveway pavers, the costs are outlined below.

The following examples demonstrate how much it costs to seal 1,000 square feet of driveway pavers:

Cost to Seal a Driveway Pavers with a Water Repellent Paver Sealer

Water repellent paver sealers penetrate into the pavers where they chemically react to form a water repellent barrier within the pores. Water repellent sealers are designed to reduce deterioration caused by water absorption such as cracking, spalling, freeze thaw and salt damage, mold and mildew, staining, and efflorescence.

  • Product: Armor SX5000 (solvent based) or Armor SX5000 WB Silane-Siloxane Water Repellent Sealer
  • Cost: $399.00 for 10 gallons
  • Coverage: 1000 square feet in two coats
  • Cost to seal: $0.39/square foot

Cost to Seal a Driveway Pavers with an Acrylic Paver Sealer

Acryilc paver sealers are designed to enhance and protect pavers with a wet look, low gloss, or high gloss finish. They will leave behind a visible surface film that enhances the pavers and protects them against deterioration caused by water absorption and surface abrasion.

  • Product: Armor AR350 (wet look low gloss) or Armor AR500 (wet look high gloss)
  • Cost: $399.00 for 10 gallons
  • Coverage: 1000 square feet in two coats
  • Cost to seal: $0.39/square foot