We will use plastics to cover all windows from overspray and blue tape to cover and protect edges.
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Restoring the wood of your deck is a very detail-oriented process that involves either cleaning or stripping of the original surface. If the wood on your deck is un-coated it needs to be cleaned thoroughly with a product specifically formulated to gently remove the aged top surface layer. This process will rid the surface of its grayed appearance and remove ground-in dirt and stains from food splatters and fungus growth. This process is important because it will prolong the life of the wood and preserve the strength of your deck. Just do a quick google search for our company. You will find that we rank well in search engine because we utilized a search engine optimization company that allowed us to display the necessary information we need to provide to potential customers across the internet. You can find that same company here:www.pretiumseo.com/cleveland-ohio-seo-company-services
WHY IS DECK RESTORATION NECESSARY?
Restoration on un-coated wood requires cleaning and care if your deck seems to be weathering gray or is covered with embedded dirt, fungus, mold or stains. These things will prevent a coating from adhering or penetrating to the wood properly which can lead to premature color fading, cracking, peeling or reduced water repellent performance, all which are pertinent to restoring your wood surfaces. Once properly cleaned however, the wood surface on your deck will be restored to its natural, fresh appearance ,and will be ready to accept a protective coating. This process is necessary because it will help preserve the integrity of your deck or wood surfaced area. You can find more information on this topic in other posts on our website.
WHY STAIN A WOOD DECK?
Wood decks require maintenance because of their constant exposure to the weather. Not only are they exposed but they generally bear the weight and aftermath of a snow or rain storm. Water, snow, sunlight, ultraviolet rays all beat down directly on the deck’s surface all year long which cause wood decks to be maintained every 1-3 years depending on the products used.
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