Staining your deck — as well as sealing it — is an essential step in keeping your deck safe and looking great for years. Our deck staining services not only help protect the wood from weather damage, but deck staining also adds a stylish touch to the exterior of your home.
Revitalize Your Deck
Is your deck looking tired and worn out? Are you embarrassed to have company over for a cookout because of the unsightly state of your wooden deck? Now is the time to hire our team of deck staining professionals to re-stain and restore your deck’s original beauty.
Our deck staining services not only highlight the natural wood grain and improve your deck’s overall appearance, but having your deck stained also helps prevent rot, moisture absorption, and insect infestation. This protection aids in increasing your deck’s overall lifespan, while still making your deck stunning and looking like new!
When Should You Have Your Deck Restained?
Periodically re-staining your deck every three to four years is the best way to keep the wood protected and lengthen your deck’s lifespan. Over time, your deck staining will suffer damage from the elements, as well as everyday foot traffic.
Direct sunlight and rain can both have negative effects on your deck staining. Sunlight threatens to dry out your stain much faster, therefore making it more susceptible to damage, as well as suffering discoloration or fading. Rain can also cause damage — especially if your deck is not properly treated or sealed. The water can be absorbed into the wood of your deck, so when the weather cools down and the water freezes, your decking will begin to crack.
Typical wear and tear caused by everyday use or foot traffic is unavoidable. Your deck was built to be walked-on and enjoyed. But in order to keep enjoying this outdoor extension of your home, you must take the necessary steps to protect and improve its lifespan. This means re-staining your wood every few years (as well as applying a protective seal) to ensure that it won’t wear down or suffer any more damage.