Many San Diego gardens these days are beautifully enhanced by the addition of treated timber decking. Sunny days and salty sea air can destroy a patio. Maintaining the wood properly is a must, because without protection it will deteriorate and lose its smart appearance quickly.
There are a number of factors which can harm the appearance of your decking. First, and most obvious, there’s the damage that can be caused naturally by the weather and includes rainwater (this sinks into the wood and over time will flush out the natural resins so the decking loses its color and becomes drab and dull). Then there’s sunlight and its harmful UV rays which bleach the wood and break down its cell structure. Winter brings its own problems as freezing and thawing cycles splinter and crack the wood.
Mold, algae, fungi and mildew have a particularly bad effect, too, in that they bring slime and discoloration in their wake. Not to mention the danger of you slipping and injuring yourself on a wet and greasy surface. (Children and the elderly are of course particularly vulnerable to this form of hazard.)
Wood restoration is one of Maverick Painting’s specialties. We take our craft seriously. Every care is taken to ensure that your deck is properly taken from the worst possible condition to a restored and functional extension of your home.
This is done by pressure washing a deck with just the right amount of water pressure; enough to thoroughly clean the wood but not so much that damage occurs. Cleaning decks with too much pressure will completely ruin it, leaving total replacement as your only alternative. This is why hiring a professional deck restoration company to do the job for you is a better idea than taking the risk of damaging your deck beyond repair.
When necessary, we perform carpentry work and an efficient sanding process to bring your deck back to life. Your deck is then sealed to condition the wood and lock out moisture damage.
Call Maverick Painting to schedule a free consultation. We can protect or restore your deck today. 1 (855) PAINT-YOU