Stain your deck from a trusted local professional deck painting company
One of the benefits of hiring a deck staining service in Kenilworth is the level of customization available. Whether you're looking for a specific color or finish, our professional service can help you achieve the look you want. They can also provide advice on how to maintain your deck after staining, ensuring it remains beautiful and protected for years to come.
Regular deck cleaning can also help you save money in the long run. By removing dirt and debris from your deck, you'll prevent premature wear and tear that can lead to expensive repairs. Additionally, a clean deck is less likely to become damaged from things like rot or insect infestations.
We offer a full range of deck cleaning services to keep you new or existing deck looking beautiful. For our decks we always use top of the line products. We have an exclusive relationship with our suppliers to keep the cost down for our customers. If your wood is old or new, a fresh cleaning will always extend the life of your deck.
"Whether your project is a deck, gazebo, pergola or a fence. NorthCraft has the requisite skills and experience to do the job right the first time.-GCEC"
Kenilworth, Illinois (60043) is located in Cook County and was established in 1896. Kenilworth's nickname is The North Shore and their Motto is The Tuxedo of the Suburbs. Visit their website at: Kenilworth
It is important to finish any wood surface to keep from drying out, cracking, splitting and swelling from the moisture in the air. Different types of wood require different types of wood finishing products and stains. Our deck staining contractors will always arrive on time to complete your staining and keep you in budget.
The second problem is bonding. As stated earlier, most deck sealers are designed to bond to wood fibers to some degree. Many sealers can also bond to themselves (such as a second coat). If we try to apply one sealer over top of another brand (or type) of sealer, there is no guarantee that the new sealer will bond to the old sealer. If this occurs, the new sealer could flake and peel off within months. Most sealer manufacturers are reluctant to stand behind the performance of their product unless it is applied to bare wood.
Further, sealers that are designed to penetrate, when forced to dry on the surface without penetrating, will fail by design. What I mean here is that a penetrate is not meant to stand up to wear like a coating does, so when you force a penetrate to act as a coating it fails. Staining is a great investment in the longevity of your property and home. It protects from extreme weather for years to come. If you have a deck, call for an estimate on having it stained and cleaned.
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Not all refinishing projects will include all steps, as some decks need just a little maintenance and others might need a full rehab. For example, some deck surfaces may be worn, weathered or broken. Some decks may just need a new coat of stain or sealer depending on when they were last maintained. In many cases, the stain is the sealer, and it could include pigment to even out the wood’s coloring and provides additional protection against sun damage. There are other processes that might chemically remove weather damage. Each deck is unique in age, wood type, and surface treatments.