Fences

As the surface of a wood fence is exposed to sunlight, dirt, mildew, rain or snow it eventually deteriorates or fades in appearance. Even the toughest finish will succumb to weathering within a few years and will need to be refinished. A proper cleaning is an essential first-step in the refinishing of wood fences.

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Wash ProcessStain RemovalSealing Process

Wash Process

Washing wood fence surfaces includes the following steps:

SETUP: We begin by protecting the working area including any structures and/or surrounding landscaping.

WASH: A qualified Deck Tech Technician professionally power-washes the wood surface. Depending on the wood type the technician determines and regulates the required water pressure.

CLEAN: If needed, a commercial grade biodegradable cleaner is applied and rinsed from the wood surface in preparation for the sealing process.

COMPLETION: Upon completion, the surrounding work area is rinsed off.

Stain Removal

Removing semi-transparent stains and/or paints from wood fences includes the following steps:

The initial step in the stain-removal process is the complete removal of any previous product. DT-1000, our sealant, penetrates deeply into the wood fibers and provides complete protection of the newly cleaned wood surface.

SETUP: We begin by protecting the working area including any structures and/or surrounding landscaping.

STAIN REMOVER APPLICATION: A qualified Deck Tech Technician will begin the removal of the old product by applying a commercial grade biodegradable stain remover to the wood surface.

WASH: A qualified Deck Tech Technician professionally power-washes the wood surface. Depending on the wood type the technician determines and regulates the required water pressure.

COMPLETION: After washing, the Deck Tech technician applies a PH neutralizer to the wood surface and then rinses it off in preparation for the sealing process

Sealing Process

To conduct the sealing process of wood fences (our final process) a crew of 3-4 qualified Deck Tech Technicians will return to the job site and perform the following steps:

SETUP: We begin by protecting the working area including any structures and/or surrounding landscaping.

SEAL: DT-1000 is now applied using an airless sprayer to saturate the wood surfaces followed by brushing and back rolling, to ensure even distribution of the sealer.

CLEANUP: The surrounding job site area is thoroughly cleaned.