Deck Resurfacing - Repair, Clean And Clean Your Old Deck
Are you looking at your current deck that shows the passage of time? With time, wood boards deteriorate, lose their beautiful appearance and their integrity. Even treated wood is affected by the harsh climate of Washington. So, you might be looking for a company offering deck resurfacing around Seattle, Washington.
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Deck Resurfacing – Is It Worth?
Has your existing deck been looking a bit worn but the foundation and framing structure are intact? You can directly replace the walking surfaces and deck railings with new #1 grade pressure treated lumber or high performance composite, giving your deck a brand new exterior! Resurface & Save big!
Give us a call and we will help you decide if deck resurfacing is a viable option for you.
How To Choose The Right Materials For Deck Resurfacing
Traditional Treated Wood or Composite Materials. What’s right for me?
Treated Wood Decks
The most common type of decking material is pressure treated lumber, which is typically made from pine. The benefits of choosing this type of wood includes:
This type of material is more budget-friendly, which means you get a high quality deck at an affordable price. You can even use what you save to buy deck accessories.
Pressure-treated lumber is protected from decay, mold, and bug infestation. This will save your deck in the long run and ensure that you will not have to replace or repair it any time soon.
For a more classic or sophisticated appearance, consider a wood deck. Wood decks complement older or more traditional homes and provide a warm aesthetic to the structure. If you want an appearance that is more modern and contemporary, look into stains or coatings that are available.
A composite deck is the perfect way to enjoy the appearance of natural wood, while leaving one free of maintenance and upkeep. Composite decks have numerous benefits, including:
Composite decks are made from synthetic material that can withstand wear and tear better than natural wood, is more resistant to weather, and is not subject to rotting.
A composite deck will typically last longer than a wood deck. Its increased durability and limited need for consistent upkeep increase its lifespan as compared to wood decks.
No Painting or Staining.
Composite decks come pre-colored and don’t need to be stained or painted, saving you time and money today and in the future.
Safe for Children and Pets.
Composite deck materials have no splinters, so you can relax knowing that your kids and pets are free to play without anxiety.
Get Inspired From Our Deck Resufacing Projects
Newcastle deck resurface
Project Description800 sq. ft. deck resurface , channing all decking and covering parts from cedar decking to composite decking, existing [...]
Woodway deck resurface
Project DescriptionResurface 32'x20' deck from cedar decking and railings to composite decking and aluminum railings, existing framing was reused. Want [...]
Edmonds deck resurface
Project DescriptionResurface of 24'x16' deck from old pressure treated wood to composite decking and aluminum railings. Want to see more [...]