Preserving your deck one board at a time
Decks are made to be celebrated. BBQs, sunbathing, long afternoon talks. But when your deck becomes slippery, weathered, damanged, or rotted, then it loses its original luster and becomes a liability. Our cleaning, sanding, and staining services will get your deck back to its original glory while ensuring you don’t have to replace the deck prematurely. We take a craftsman approach to our services, using eco-friendly products and low impact methods. Extend the life of your deck. Get your quote today.
Every deck is custom. So is our approach.
Every deck is custom.
So is our approach.
Breathe new life
into your deck
We use whirl-a-way surface cleaners to clean your deck back to its original beauty to remove unwanted and harmful moss, mold, and algae that decreases the lifespan of your deck.
- Green products, cleaners, brighteners and strippers
- Hand brushing or scrubbing as needed
- Low pressure high volume wash
sanding can do
As part of our refinishing process, sanding is done to remove unwanted splintering, old stain, and weathered appearance.
- Hand sanding
- Orbital sanding
- Fine grit paper to preserve wood
Preserve the life of your wood
Staining your deck regularly will preserve the wood by sealing it against the harsh Northwest elements. Regular straining prevents dry-rotting, water penetration, and premature replacement.
- Optional eco-friendly stain products
- Oil based stains with UV protection
- All staining is done by for perfection
- Treatments last 2-4 years
It’s about more than
Years of wear and tear on a well-made deck can turn the highlight of your outdoor space into a potential safety hazard for everyone involved.
- Railing repairs or replacements
- Stairs repairs or replacements
- Deck board replacements or repairs
Why You Need Deck Cleaning, Sanding, Staining, and Repair
The main reasons to have your deck cleaned by regular washing are to prevent it from getting slick, which can make it unsafe to use, and to improve the aesthetic appeal of your deck. Over the course of winter, algae and black mold can build up on your deck, starting to break down the wood and making your deck look unappealing. After washing, sanding is an important next step in deck maintenance as it prepares the wood for staining. Sanding will smooth out any splintering and remove the old finish from the wood, allowing for an even application of the new stain. When you stain wood with an oil-based product, that product penetrates down into the wood fibers and helps to preserve them. Additionally, the stain will act as a sealant, waterproofing your deck. Together these things will maximize the number of years of your deck’s life. Over time, as your deck is exposed to moisture and the elements, wood fibers can start to rot. This can happen prematurely if you’re not regularly cleaning, sanding, and staining the wood. When wood rots, you will likely need to invest in deck repair. Signs that you need deck repair include decking boards that feel spongy or brittle to the touch, cracks in your decking boards, or if the wood feels unstable when you step or put pressure on it.
- Remedy a Slippery and Dangerous Surface
- Prevent and Replace Rotted Decking Boards
- To Extend the Life of Your Deck and Beautify It
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