TAMPA, Fla. Contractors spoke out requesting more educational information and the team at Black Diamond Coatings listened. As a result, a new educational video on proper application of the bio-based, joint stabilization sealer has been released online. Throughout the video, David Warren, president of Black Diamond Coatings, and host, Fred Henry, discuss the benefits of the bio-based, environmentally-friendly sealers while demonstrating how easy the products are to apply to masonry pavers.
The video features the company's SG+ product, their most popular sealer. The SG+ incorporates a glossy look that draws out the natural color of the pavers while protecting the pavers from the environment. One of the benefits is how quickly SG+ works. "You can apply our sealers all in one day, so if you're a contractor you can move on to the next job and schedule multiple jobs in a day," said Warren. "It's as simple as that."
Black Diamond Coatings was founded by Warren, a contractor who faced these same needs prior to manufacturing the easy-to-use sealer. As a result, Black Diamond Coatings is continually looking for new ways to pass on their team's expertise to contractors and DIY homeowners.
"Ive been a part of this industry for more than a decade and you'll be hard pressed to find any team that is as knowledgeable about the hardscape industry as we are," said Warren. "We want to pass our knowledge and information to both homeowners and contractors to ensure they are properly prepared for their project with Black Diamond Coatings."
The four-minute video adds to a growing amount of new content Black Diamond Coatings is making available through their website and YouTube channel. The videos and articles intend to offer contractors and homeowners a better understanding on how to use the hardscape sealers Black Diamond Coatings offers, while also highlighting other noteworthy educational tips across the growing hardscape industry. For more information on Black Diamond Coatings, visit blackdiamondcoatings.com or check us out on Facebook, Twitter or YouTube.
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