Sun, rain, snow, and the annual winter freeze all work together in New England to make wooden decks age faster than they should. Deck refinishing can only protect a deck for a few years, and then it’s time to recoat. But wait! Before you put on another layer or paint or stain that’s only going to last a year or two, think about the wood beneath. Jerry Enos Painting of Massachusetts offers full wood deck refinishing and restoration that goes beyond the cosmetic.
Think Restoration Before Replacement
A full deck replacement will cost you plenty – in both money and lost time. The team at Jerry Enos Painting can repair, clean, and refinish your outdoor deck to like-new condition so you can spend the warm months enjoying the outdoors instead of avoiding splinters and warped boards. Once we have determined the extent of the weathering and damage to the deck, we use a multi-step process to strip and seal the wood so it looks like new for years to come.
Bringing Out the Natural Beauty of Wood
Natural wood decks have a beauty all their own, and we pride ourselves on bringing out that beauty by reversing the ravages of time. First, we use a floor machine designed specifically for hard wood to strip the deck of dead fibers to reveal the fresh, unsullied wood underneath. Then we seal it with a high quality, hard wearing clear or tinted penetrative coating that highlights the qualities of the wood itself and protects it from moisture and the elements. You’ll be amazed at how fresh and new your wood deck will look after refinishing and how easy it is to care for from here on.
Is your MA, NH, or New England deck ready for those spring and summertime barbecues? We can breathe new life into even the most weather-beaten wooden deck with expert deck refinishing and restoration. Call our team at 978-546-6843 or email to discuss the details of refinishing a deck and a free estimate. You’ll be barbecuing in no time!
This paint job far exceeds my expectations. The house and deck looks so nice, and the boxes look so nice, too. I do not know when they were last painted! Wait until the grands see them! The men even hammered in various nails on the porch. You have quite a crew!!!