This short video shows the first two steps in fence and deck cleaning, that if not done correctly, can lead to a dismal outcome, or even worse, a catastrophic result.
After the cleaning, one vital step we take is to brighten or neutralize the wood. This not only brings back the wood's original color, but it also allows for better overall adhesion of the stain and sealer.
The last step in the restoration process, if no wood or boards need replacing, is the staining and sealing. We apply a weatherproofing sealer with an airless sprayer with professional results that will keep your fence looking great cosmetically and physically for years to come.
As you can see, a stained fence can add not just value to your home by ensuring a longer fence lifespan, but also by its curb appeal.
Here is a short clip of us applying a stain with our airless sprayer. We don't always use a sprayer when staining, and often use pads, or rollers depending on the type of stain, and/or the age and appearance of the wood.