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Deck Staining in Kennesaw, Acworth, Powder Springs, GA & Surrounding Areas

Your Local painters Will Protect And Perfect Your Outdoor Space With Our Deck Staining In Kennesaw, Acworth, Powder Springs, GA & Surrounding Areas

Cleaning your deck might assist if it appears a little run-down. You must seal your deck, though, in order to properly get it in shape. Decks that are neglected may fade, split, distort, and fracture from prolonged exposure to UV radiation and rain. Decks that are well-maintain not only look nicer, but it also last longer. As the region’s foremost specialists in deck staining and sealing, our crew at 360° Painting will assist you in completing the task correctly.

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Choosing a Stain or Sealer for Your Deck

If your deck seems a little dated, cleaning it could help. However, in order to really get your deck in shape, you will need to seal it. Neglected decks are susceptible to fading, splitting, distorting, and breaking from prolonged exposure to rain and UV rays. Well-maintained decks have longer lifespans in addition to looking better. Our team at 360° Painting is the area’s leading authority in deck staining and sealing, and we’ll help you do the job right.

Clear water repellant

often offers fundamental protection, such as water resistance, a low level of UV protection, and occasionally the ability to stop mildew growth. There’s not much UV protection with these transparent or natural-look treatments, and the underlying wood will become gray in a few months. Performance might last anywhere from six months to two years.

Toner or tinted water repellant

resembles a transparent sealant quite a bit. The distinction is the addition of more color or pigment. This prolongs the time it takes for the wood to turn gray by adding more protection from the sun. Additionally, even if there has been some slight fading, the color might aid to bring back the wood’s natural appearance.

Semi-transparent stains

contain more pigment, which adds a subtle color while preserving the wood’s structure and grain. They offer extra defense against sun and water damage and often last three to four years.

Solid stain

offers the most pigment content and, hence, the finest wood protection. But it also covers up the wood grain, letting only a small portion of the wood’s texture come through. Solid color stains work well in hiding damage to wood fibers and are frequently applied to highly worn wood. Depending on the degree of direct sun exposure, the kind of weather, and the volume of foot traffic experienced, performance can last up to five years.

Your deck painting professionals

Keep in mind that the final color of your deck staining job depends on the type of wood you are staining and the sealer you choose. Select a stain color that is either the same as or darker than the original if you are putting a fresh stain over an old one. The old coating needs to be sufficiently worn off or completely peeled in order for the new coating to seep into the wood. Our staff is available to assist you in making the process simple and painless!

Get Start On Your Project Today

Deck staining services offer the chance to improve the look of your outdoor space while also protecting it. This process will take several days, so don’t hesitate to contact your local 360° Painting of Kennesaw, GA professionals today. Call us at 470-531-3336 or request a free estimate!

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At 360° Painting, our team goes above and beyond to ensure your total satisfaction. Our painters have years of experience and each of them receives comprehensive training to make sure they provide services that meet our high standards. You have many options when it comes to local painting companies - 360° Painting promises to be the simplest painting experience.