How We Upgrade Fences with Our Wood Restoration Process

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How We Upgrade Fences with Our Wood Restoration ProcessYour yard is an extension of your home, and if you have a fence around it, the fencing plays a big role in your property’s security and curb appeal. Over time, exposure to the elements will cause your fence to wear out and look a bit dilapidated, but the good news is that if you’re around the Culpepper, Virginia area, our team here at Capital Staining LLC is here to provide expert wood restoration services.

In this blog post, we’ll outline our process for restoring wood fences and revitalizing your property.

  1. Assessment: Before we begin the wood restoration process, we’ll carefully inspect your wooden fence and make sure it’s in good enough condition for restoration to be a viable option. We’ll take note of things like loose or missing boards, staining, cracking, rot, and more, and then we’ll help you determine whether restoring or replacing your fence is right for you.
  2. Preparation: Getting your fence clean is a major part of wood restoration, our two step chemical wash provides unmatched results. Step one we will kill all organic growth such as mold and mildew with our special formulated wood cleaners. Step two we neutralize the cleaner and lighten the wood back up with our wood brightener. Next
  3. Stain Selection: Choosing the stain is a big decision, so we’ll help you consider your options. You’ll want to consider things like the color scheme of the surrounding landscape and the exterior of your home, and we always advise our clients to use Stain & Seal Experts products for best results.
  4. Applying the Stain and Sealant: Staining wood is what we’re passionate about, and you can count on us to use the best application techniques to ensure your restored fence looks amazing.
  5. Ongoing Maintenance: Once your wood restoration is complete, we recommend sticking to a regular maintenance schedule to keep your fence clean and help protect it from weathering.

If you’d like to know if your fence is a good candidate for wood restoration, don’t hesitate to reach out to us!