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Deck Staining & Sealing in San Antonio TX

EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR DECK WITH A STAIN AND SEALER

STAINING YOUR DECK IS WORTH

 THE INVESTMENT

Staining a wood deck offers several benefits that can help homeowners maintain the beauty, durability, and longevity of their outdoor space. Here are some compelling reasons to consider staining your wood deck:

 

Prevents Rot and Decay: Staining can create a protective layer on the wood's surface that helps prevent moisture from seeping into the wood fibers. This barrier is particularly important in preventing rot, decay, and the growth of mold and mildew.

 

Extended Lifespan: Regularly staining your wood deck can extend its lifespan by protecting it from the elements and minimizing the effects of wear and tear. A well-maintained deck can last significantly longer than an untreated one.

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CHOOSING THE CORRECT DECK STAIN IS CRITICAL FOR LONGEVITY 

Extend the life of your deck or pergola by protecting it from the harsh elements of our San Antonio weather.  If you have ever seen warped railings and floor boards it's probably due to lack of protection. By applying a good quality stain or sealer on a regular basis you can extend the life of your deck many years making the investment worth every penny.  In addition stain enhances the beauty of the wood increasing value and curb appeal. Find out today how much it would cost to stain your pergola by booking a free estimate.

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WHY IS STAINING YOUR DECK OR PERGOLA IMPORTANT

Staining a wood deck offers several benefits that can help homeowners maintain the beauty, durability, and longevity of their outdoor space. Here are some compelling reasons to consider staining your wood deck:

 

1. Enhanced Aesthetics: Staining your wood deck can significantly improve its appearance by adding color and enhancing the natural grain of the wood. You can choose from a variety of stain colors to match your desired aesthetic, whether it's a more natural look or a bold statement.

 

2. UV Protection: Exposure to sunlight can cause wood to fade, gray, and become more vulnerable to damage. Stains often contain UV-blocking compounds that help protect the wood from the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays, preventing premature aging and discoloration.

 

3. Water Resistance: Exterior wood is exposed to various weather conditions, including rain and humidity. Stains provide a barrier that helps repel water, reducing the likelihood of moisture absorption, warping, and rotting.

 

TOP 6 FEARS HOMEOWNERS HAVE BEFORE HIRING A PAINTING CONTRACTOR

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FINAL PRICE WILL BE MORE THAN QUOTE

Many homeowners are concerned about unexpected costs and budget overruns. They fear that the contractor might provide a low initial estimate but add extra charges for unforeseen issues or materials.

QUALITY OF WORK

Homeowners worry that the painting contractor may not deliver the desired quality of work. They fear that the paint job might be sloppy, uneven, or not up to their expectations.

CONTRACTOR TRUSTWORTHINESS

Homeowners often fear hiring a contractor who is not trustworthy. They worry about contractors who may cut corners, use low-quality materials, or engage in unethical business practices.

DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

There is a fear that the painting process could damage their property. This includes concerns about paint spills, drips, or accidents that might harm furniture, flooring, or other belongings.

WON'T HONOR WARRANTY

Homeowners worry that they are promised the world while being courted for their business but once an issue occurs they will be forgotten.  Also some companies make submitting warranty claims a hassle that ends up becoming a stressful situation.

RELIABILITY AND PUNCTUALITY

Homeowners worry that the painting contractor might not be reliable or punctual. Delays in starting or completing the project can disrupt their daily lives and schedules.

  • How much does it cost to paint the exterior of a house?
    Please check out our 'How much will exterior painting cost' page for a detailed breakdown.
  • Is it better to spray or brush and roll when painting the exterior of a house ?
    Brushing and rolling is more physically demanding than spraying. Due to the roller possibly skipping after in use for a while, it requires 2 coats for an even looking finish. Have you ever tried rolling paint on an interior wall? Then you know that you have to go back and cover up that first pass to get an even finish. Spraying allows for a more even application which makes the job move faster. Following manufacturer instructions on sprayer tip sizes, the proper thickness of paint can be applied without any worries. If working with a painting company that knows their craft, either process will work just fine. Keep in mind that a reputable painting company will stand behind their workmanship with a lengthy warranty period. That's what you are really seeking--peace of mind that the paint job will last. Anything below 5 years may not be worth the investment.
  • How long should an exterior paint job last?
    It all depends on how much UV rays your house is exposed to and if you have proper water drainage. If you look at your house you will see that it fades unevenly. The back side may look worse than the front or vice-versa. You may also see around gutters serious discoloration and possibly wood rot. When selecting the grade of paint, it's important you select a grade that's going to hold up to the elements as long as possible. It may cost you a little more upfront but it will last longer on your house. Would you rather be painting every 5 years or every 8-10 years?
  • Is primer required to paint the exterior of a house?
    Primer should be used on: exposed bare wood when the existing paint is not sound metal siding or surfaces Think of primer as glue that bonds the surface being painted and the new paint.
  • How long does it take to complete an exterior house painting project?
    Most exterior paint projects, depending on the size of the house, take about 4 days to complete. If there's wood rot repairs involved you need to add another 1-2 days. During winter months the temperatures should be hovering at about 40 degres when the paint is being applied and up 3 hours afterwards. Most high quality paints today have an application rating of 35 degrees.
WE PROVIDE SEVERAL OPTIONS

Our standard products are BEHR and Sherwin Williams.  We will consider other brands especially if you have used in the past. When you need beautiful yet cost-effective deck stain options, count on Home Pros for quality job. Reach out to us today to schedule an appointment.

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