Decks, patios, fences and archways that are wood can take a beating by the year round weather elements. Staining your house exterior wood can help the outside of your home to look up to date and fresh. When wood is not stained it can look worn and dry. Let us help you bring out the natural beauty of your wood and therefore your home.
Staining is a part of home maintenance. Depending on the level of yearly wear and tear, the wood should be done every 2 to 5 years. Staining your outside wood can help to preserve them instead of having to replace the wood every so many years.
The professionals at Green Bay Painters can help you to decide what works best for the aesthetic of your home, seal stain or paint.
When wondering why a pro should be hired to stain your deck or fence our main reason would be that a professional look is important and your time precious. The process of staining wood happens over several different steps. you have to begin by scraping the wood to get off any chipping paint or large debris. Then you sand the surface to further remove blemishes and splintering wood. Next you power wash it to ensure a clean surface and finally apply the stain, seal or paint it.
When you hire Green Bay Painters we will bring the necessary tools to do the job. We will do the prep work for you. We will get the work done in an orderly amount of time and we will clean up when the job is done.
The staining professional surface prep and deck staining process may include: • Scraping- This process is done to prepare the surface of your wood. This will remove the dirt, the gravel and any chipped paint. • Power wash- Power washing is done to make sure that the surface of your wood is ready to be painted or stained. • Sanding- This process may not be needed. Sanding is used to smooth out any raised or lose areas on the wood similar to the process done to prep walls for wall paper. • Paint or stain- When it comes to painting or staining your deck and fence it really depends on the look that you want for your home. A stain will showcase the look of your wood, whereas paint can continue the color that is displayed on your home