Fence Maintenance Tips
|Consider using a stain that's specially formulated for North Texas fencing materials. If you notice the color of your wood fence is beginning to fade, it's time to apply a new coat of stain. Otherwise, plan to restain your fence every two to three years.
Fence Staining and Restoration
We specialize in exterior wood care. Our restoration services include cleaning, staining, and sealing outdoor structures such as fences, arbors, decks, and play sets. Restoring is the key to protecting the woods natural beauty and original form.
Benefits of staining/sealing your fence:
- Shields From Powerful U.V. Rays
- Protects Natural Wood Color
- Waterproofs Wood by Repelling Water
- Extends Wood Life
- Mold, Mildew, and Fungus Resistant
- Prevent Cracking and Splitting
- Protects From Nature’s Elements Such as Sunlight, Rain, and Biological Attacks
- Restores Weathered Wood
Transparent Oil Based Stain:
We use Wood Defender - which contains paraffin oil that penetrates deep into the wood with a unique combination of chemicals specially formulated to protect natural wood from the elements.
Color – the overall end result will vary. There are multiple factors that contribute to the slight difference in color; hence, no two fences will look alike. In our experience, 85% of homeowners choose Sable over Sierra.
Solid Latex Based Stain:
We use Behr - this is a latex based stain that goes on like a solid paint. There are multiple colors to select from, however; cappuccino, Sable, and wood chip are the most popular colors.
*When staining with transparent stain, water marks on your fence caused by your sprinkler system will be visible after staining.