We are happy to stain your deck. We can even strip and/or sand it down to refinish it, if you’d like. These processes can be time consuming, but look really nice in the end!

We need to stress that decks need to be maintained. Clear coats should ideally be re-coated annually, semi-transparent stains should be done every two years and solid stains typically every three to five years.

Decks receive a lot more wear and tear due to foot traffic, shovels and moving chairs and tables. Also because it’s a flat surface, moisture can accumulate and sit on top of the surface.

Moisture can also enter through other areas that we aren’t able to stain, such as underneath the deck or lattice or other pillars that touch the ground. Plus because it’s a “stain” and not a paint means it’s thinner. This is especially seen with clear coats and semi-transparent stains, so the sun breaks it down faster and then the wood can grey.

All that is being said, decks should be redone regularly to maintain their appearance and protect the wood.
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