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Chattanooga's highest quality permanent sealing company, offering wood & concrete restoration and permanent sealing services guaranteed to last at least 25 years!

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permanent protection

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industrial strength

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25 year factory backed warranty

Ever-Sealed wood & concrete comes with a 25 year warranty.

beyond top coats

  1. Penetrating Sealant NOT a Top Coat
  2. Prevents cracking, flaking, dusting, and pitting from freeze thaw cycle
  3. 25 Year, fully transferable Manufacturer Warranty
  4. Hardens & Strengthens concrete by up to  25% while only adding minimal weight
  5. Eco-Friendly products
  6. Prevents root systems from pushing through concrete
  7. Extends life of paint or stain
  1. Retards oil, grease, acids and salts from penetrating and deteriorating concrete
  2. Leaves a natural non-shiny, slip resistant  finish
  3. Easier spill cleanup
  4. Retards mold, mildew & fungus
  5. Reduces sweating, water leakage and seepage
  6. Protects steel in concrete from rust and corrosion
  7. Preserves Concrete Permanently!

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communities we serve

Serving all of southeastern Tennessee, Southwest North Carolina and North Georgia, including: Chattanooga, Ringgold, East Ridge, Collegedale, Soddy Daisy, Lookout Mountain, Cleveland, Red Bank, Walten, Whiteside and more!

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I'm very satisfied with the outcome of this company. Very nice people and they gave me a reasonable quote. The after affect looks very nice my cabin looks like it did when we first built it and you can hear the difference in the wood.

Bobby C.

Extremely professional with a great product. Our deck and driveway look better than new. I was skeptical at first, but the final results have made me a believer. I highly recommend this company to every homeowner.

Michelle W.

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