An outdoor leisure deck or balcony isn’t truly complete until it’s sealed and waterproofed. Without a waterproof deck coating, rain and the elements will quickly tarnish and deteriorate the surface until it needs repairs—or a complete replacement!
While you may be hesitant to invest even more money into your deck or balcony after you’ve already built or refurbished it, a waterproof coating is crucial for getting the most value for your money. Just how much does deck or balcony waterproofing cost? Read on to find out what determines the price tag and how you can get the best deal.
How Much Does Deck Waterproofing Cost?
Estimating the cost of waterproofing isn’t entirely straightforward. As with basically any large home project, there are more factors and variables involved than meet the eye. While it may be nice to think that cost would just come down to square footage, your deck’s material, location, size, and other variables can all affect the price.
Cost Factors of Waterproofing
While every waterproofing project is different, cost is usually determined by a combination of factors such as:
Size: What’s the square footage of your deck? As with any finishing project, the larger your deck, the more attention it needs and the more it will cost to get the job completed.
Products: There’s plenty to choose from when it comes to waterproof coatings and sealants. That means there’s also a lot of prices to choose from. Depending on how you want your deck to look and how long you want it to last, you’ll probably need one or more products of certain quality and in certain amounts. Higher-quality products, of course, come at a higher cost.
Speed: How soon do you want your deck waterproofing job finished? Sometimes you can pay a little more to have the job expedited or handled by more crew members. Other times, however, you may be fine saving more money by having it done at a slower pace.
Cleaning: Is your deck even ready to be waterproofed? Your deck might need to be cleaned and prepped thoroughly before a waterproof coating or sealant can be applied. While most reputable waterproofing companies will handle this step, it may add to the final cost of the project.
Professionalism: There’s more to waterproofing a deck than slathering on a coating of sealant! If you value end-product quality, you’ll want to hire industry professionals. While it may be tempting to “hire” your neighbor or friends to waterproof your deck for the cost of a few pizzas, the final result will most likely suffer.
Determining an Estimate
So, how can you combine these factors to determine deck or balcony waterproofing cost? Scope and quality are the key factors in determining cost. As you might imagine, larger projects cost more than small ones, just as high-quality materials and workmanship cost more than low-quality materials and amateur workmanship.
Even so, it’s still a bit difficult to determine project cost based on scope and quality alone. While you can measure the square footage of your deck and calculate a rough estimate based on the price of a waterproof coating, the resulting estimate would neglect prep, labor, and other considerations depending on your deck.
Ultimately, cost can vary widely depending on your deck and where you live. In fact, the same deck in two different locations can have entirely different waterproofing costs!
The best way to get an estimate is to contact your local waterproofing professional. That’s why our team at Capital Deck & Stair is happy to provide free estimates for every project.
In any case, however, waterproofing generally isn’t too expensive. It can even pay for itself, considering the potential cost of deck replacement due to water damage.
Get a FREE Estimate from Capital Deck & Stair
With over 30 years of waterproofing experience, we’ve seen enough projects to provide our customers accurate, upfront estimates for their waterproofing needs. We’ll even do it for free!
Capital Deck & Stair is a family-owned and operated company serving residential and commercial customers throughout Los Angeles and Orange County. In addition to a free estimate, all of our work is backed by competitive pricing, professional results, and an 8-year warranty. We’ll even work around your schedule (including weekends) to ensure the job gets done on your terms.
Don’t touch that paint job! At least not yet, that is. While all pool decks (especially concrete pool decks) need occasional scrubbing, being too aggressive or using the wrong products can cause permanent damage to your paint and waterproof coatings.
Read on to learn how to clean a painted concrete pool deck without washing away your investment in the process.
1. Sweep and Rinse the Pool Deck
It may seem counterintuitive, but it’s important to clean before you clean! Start by giving your deck a thorough sweep with a stiff-bristled broom or brush, followed by a rinse. In addition to removing larger pieces of debris such as fallen leaves and twigs, this step also removes hard-to-notice layers of dust and dirt. Without removing these layers first, deep cleaning won’t be as effective.
Sweeping and surface prep is also a great time to check the condition of your pool deck. While you should save the touch-ups for after deep cleaning, now’s the time to take note of potential problem areas.
2. Prepare a Cleaning Solution
With your deck cleared and ready for cleaning, it’s time to prepare a cleaning solution. Choosing the right ingredients is key to cleaning your deck without damaging the paint or the concrete. Where wood decks often require vinegar to fight mold and mildew, concrete decks require oxygenated bleach. Note that you want to use oxygenated bleach, not chlorinated or chlorine bleach.
Mix in one cup of oxygenated bleach for every gallon of warm water. You can adjust this ratio depending on the condition of your deck; however, it’s recommended not to go overboard. If you think your deck will need an especially thorough cleaning, mix a squirt of regular dish soap into the solution instead of adding more bleach.
3. Spot Treat Tough Stains
Stains and other problem areas will likely need more cleaning than the rest of the deck. Start by pouring some of your cleaning solution onto the stains and scrubbing with a stiff-bristled brush. For especially tough stains, apply TSP (a degreaser) and wait for about 10-15 minutes before scrubbing again. Don’t worry if you can’t get it out entirely; you’ll have another chance when you clean the whole deck.
4. Scrub the Pool Deck
With the tough spots (hopefully) handled, it’s finally time to clean the rest of the pool deck. Give your solution a final mix and spread it evenly across the deck surface. Allow it to sit for a few minutes so it can seep into the concrete’s pores and dissolve hard-to-reach mud and dirt. After it’s thoroughly soaked, scrub the entire pool deck using a stiff-bristled scrub brush.
Be careful not to use too much elbow grease, especially if your deck paint is already in delicate condition. Too much scrubbing can strip and fade paint, so scrub just hard enough to clean off the dirt and grime.
5. Rinse Completely
Use a garden hose (or many, many buckets) to rinse away the cleaning solution from your pool deck. Be careful to direct the flow toward your driveway or some other drainage point, as bleach solutions can discolor and kill your lawn.
6. Power Wash (Carefully)
Sometimes a scrub isn’t quite enough to completely clean a concrete deck, especially if it’s been years since the last cleaning. As a last resort, you may want to consider power washing to completely restore the surface to its original appearance.
Note, however, that power washing may also strip paint. As a result, don’t be too quick to power wash if you want to preserve paint. Instead, try one of the options in the next section to dissolve tough stains without dissolving your paint job.
7. Touch Up Problem Areas
Rust, oil, and other substances can make stains exceptionally difficult to clean. If you find yourself facing one of these tough problem areas, try one of these solutions:
Remove rust stains with muriatic acid, which is available at most home improvement stores. It’s nasty stuff, however, so be sure to wear rubber gloves, a mask, and protective eyewear. Of course, be sure to follow all instructions and safety precautions on the label.
Remove oil and grease stains with a degreaser such as TSP. You may need to dilute the degreaser depending on its strength. Be careful not to go too strong, as degreasers can sometimes strip paint.
8. Apply a Waterproof Coating
With your deck completely clean and free of major stains and discoloration, now’s the perfect time to seal your investment with a waterproof coating.
Waterproof coatings don’t just protect your deck from expensive water damage and unsightly stains; they also make it much easier to clean and maintain. In doing so, waterproof coatings also prolong the overall life of your concrete deck, all the while minimizing the need to do all the tedious deep cleaning we’ve discussed here.
It’s also a good idea to apply a waterproof coating immediately after painting your deck. In addition to all the other benefits, it’ll also help preserve your paint’s color and design.
Tips for Regular Cleaning and Maintenance
While you don’t have to break out the bleach every time you go to clean, you should at least sweep and scrub your pool deck regularly throughout the season. By cleaning regularly, you’ll help prevent unsightly stains, smelly chlorine buildup, and other potential finish damage while keeping your pool area tidy.
One of the best ways to keep your deck clean is to invest in a waterproof coating. While you may still have to sweep and scrub every so often, you won’t have to do it nearly as much— especially considering that deck waterproofing can keep your surfaces pristine for years.
Make Cleaning Easier with Pool Deck Waterproofing
Whether it’s painted concrete, wood, or any other material, waterproofing is one of the best investments you can make for your pool deck. From preventing water damage to minimizing cleaning and prolonging the life of your deck, waterproofing is an investment that pays for itself.
For more information on waterproof deck coatings and to schedule a free estimate, call the Capital Deck & Stair team at (818) 697-6334.
Every home needs routine care and now is the perfect time for summer maintenance. The harshness of winter has faded, which may have put a strain on decks, patios, plumbing, and other features. From cleaning and paving to deck waterproofing, a little effort can keep your house in top shape. Here is a checklist about home upkeep to help get your home ready for summer.
Clean the Exterior
A soft cleaning can remove stains, moss, and grime, as well as bacteria, from exterior walls, roofs, siding, and decks. Gutters should be cleaned and cleared of leaves and debris as well. Avoid pressure washing, which can cause expensive damage.
Wash the Windows
Most homeowners don’t wash the outside of their windows more than once a year. This is something you can get done in an afternoon. A bucket-full of warm, soapy water and a squeegee are all you need, plus some elbow grease. Remember to remove and clean your window screens as well.
Clean the Interior
Now is as good a time as ever to clean areas you often don’t. Wipe down your baseboards with a damp cloth, clean the inside of windows, and change air conditioner filters. Take some time to declutter your rooms and even clean the garbage disposal. Also, check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors while you’re at it.
Check HVAC, Plumbing, and Electricity
Get your AC inspected by a professional to avoid a breakdown in the summer. Check for dampness and low water pressure, which can be signs of a leaky pipe. Have your wiring, appliances, and other electrical components inspected to determine if service is needed.
Waterproof Your Deck
Water should bead up on the deck surface. If not, it’s time to reseal it. Deck waterproofing contractors can protect your outdoor space. Also, look for nails that need to be hammered down, signs of rotting, and wood that needs to be sanded. Clean and re-stain deck surfaces as needed.
Protect Your Home Against Bugs and Pests
Any bug or pest problems you have now will only get worse in summer. Inspect your attic and basement for any signs of trouble, including water leakage and mold. Caulking windows and doors can also prevent bugs from getting in through tiny spaces.
Repave the Driveway
Freezing and thawing can damage the strongest of concrete. If cracks have formed, refill them, but if there is more extensive damage, restore the look, integrity, and safety of your driveway by having it repaved with higher-quality, longer-lasting concrete.
Update the Patio
Get your patio ready for summer by refurnishing it, replacing old chairs, and adding fun decorations. Potted plants can help make it more inviting while a new table set can better accommodate your family and guests.
Contact Capital Deck & Stair for Waterproofing
If you want to get your deck ready for summer, we can waterproof it to provide protection and avoid expensive repairs. We can also correct stains, cracks, and mold. Call 424-339-0953 or send us your information online for service by one of the most trusted deck waterproofing companies in Southern California.
No matter what kind of commercial property you have, a walking deck is a great way to create a beautiful outdoor space for clients, customers, and employees. Even with a protective roof or awning, however, exposure to the elements can wear your walking deck down all too soon. Here are just a few reasons why deck surface waterproofing is so important.
It Protects Structural Integrity, Extending the Life of Your Deck
When water penetrates down into porous deck materials (certain types of rock, tile, concrete, etc.), it begins to physically break down the material, undermining its strength and durability. Once the structure of the material is sufficiently weakened, problems like cracks, chips, and crumbling can start to appear.
While hairline cracks and other slight damage may be able to be filled or repaired, more severe damage could require total demolition and reinstallation of your walking deck. By applying a waterproof deck coating, you can keep the materials durable for much longer.
Walking Deck Damage Could Pose a Risk of Injury to Guests and Patrons
When you’ve got a walking deck, you can expect people to—you guessed it—walk on it! As such, water damage poses risks not just to your deck but also to the people who use it. Broken, uneven, or shifting portions of deck could lead to slips, trips, and falls on your property. A person could be seriously injured—and you’d be liable for it.
It Keeps Your Property Looking Beautiful and New
Water spots, stains, cracks, and other wear and tear on your deck aren’t great for your building’s aesthetic. Not only does damage negatively affect your property’s curb appeal, but it can also leave patrons with a negative image of your company’s standards and affect your public reputation. Keeping your walking deck free of water stains and mold growth also makes it a more pleasant place for your employees, clients, and business partners to walk and talk.
Water Damage on Your Deck Could Lead to Problems Elsewhere
In some cases, like when your deck is exposed to heavy rain or flooding, water can flow down into damaged areas and beneath the deck, leading to shifting and erosion of the land underneath. If that water manages to leak into your building or erode the area under the foundation, your problems can quickly become much worse (interior water damage, mold, etc.).
Protect Your Walking Deck with Waterproofing from Capital Deck & Stair
If you’ve got a walking deck, pool deck, or another type of deck somewhere on your commercial property, make sure you protect your investment and the people who use it by having it professionally waterproofed. At Capital Deck & Stair, we provide expert sealing, coating, and waterproofing services for concrete walking decks, pool decks, garage floors, stairs, and much more.
To learn more about the benefits of professional deck sealing or request a free estimate for walking deck waterproofing, call us at (424) 339-0953 today.
When you invest funds in an outdoor deck, you want its beauty and structure to last as long as possible. To prevent cracking, staining, and other damage, make sure you protect it properly against these major contributors to deck deterioration.
Moisture and Water Damage
Rain, spills, pool water, and humidity can wreak havoc on your deck, especially if it’s made from a porous material. Sitting water can create unsightly stains, while water that leaks underneath your deck can lessen its stability and leave it vulnerable to cracking by eroding and shifting the soil. Regular exposure to water can eventually break down the material and wear down the deck’s structure.
Even if your deck appears to be dry, excessive moisture in the materials can lead to the growth of mold and/or mildew, creating gray-green splotches that may not be fully removed by surface cleanings. Over time, these molds actively help break down porous materials, further undermining your deck’s integrity.
Daily Sun Exposure
Unless your deck is fully shaded, it’s likely to be bombarded with a lot of sunlight. Certain stones, tiles, bricks, and other materials can eventually fade in the sun, leaving what was once a bold and lively deck looking pale and weathered. A pool deck that is constantly getting wet and drying out under the hot sun may also be at a greater risk of cracking due to the fast evaporation of water.
Los Angeles commercial waterproofing contractors like Capital Deck & Stair can apply a specialized UV coating to your deck that will slow the damaging effects of sunlight. As a bonus, the deck won’t absorb as much heat, making it easier to go barefoot!
Wear and Tear from Regular Use
Even if your deck is well protected upon installation, it will eventually wear down and need some sort of maintenance or repair simply due to normal use. Surface chips, scratches, stains, and other minor issues can add up over time, ultimately requiring professional restoration.
This kind of deterioration is just part of deck ownership. Obsessing over it will only hamper your enjoyment. If you focus on regular maintenance and accident prevention, you should have plenty of time before you ever need to have your deck repaired, resurfaced, or resealed.
Protect Your Deck with Professional Waterproofing and Sealing
The professional residential and commercial waterproofing contractors at Capital Deck & Stair are masters of deck resurfacing, waterproofing, and sealing. Whether you’ve got a brand new deck to protect or an old deck that you want to be restored to its former glory, we have the tools and expertise you need to get great-looking, long-lasting results.
Our services aren’t just for homeowners—businesses looking for Los Angeles commercial waterproofing services can trust our technicians to provide quality service and protect decks of all kinds from damage, even in areas of heavy foot traffic.
Call (424) 339-0953 to discuss how we can help you keep your deck in great shape for as long as possible.
Renovating your home can be so much more than just painting rooms in different colors and swapping out your furniture. Expand your home into the outdoors with a new or renewed deck, protected by professional deck waterproofing.
What Kind of Deck Is Right for You?
Different types of decks cater to different needs. If you want a dedicated outdoor space for entertaining, lounging, grilling, and other relaxing activities, you might choose a simple, classic leisure deck. If you’re looking for something with a bit more motion to it, you might choose a walking deck that wraps around your home like a covered walking path.
If your home has an in-ground pool, you probably already have a simple concrete pool deck. If you’ve got an above-ground pool, you can still create the appearance and convenience of an in-ground pool by surrounding it with its own deck.
Building a Deck Adds Value to Your Home
Any time you build something on your property, you’ve got a natural opportunity to increase its overall value. With a sturdy well-kept deck, you can boost your home’s curb appeal and make up for its costs in property value—something that especially benefits those hoping to sell their home in the future. In fact, the increase in property value from adding a deck can be as much as 85% of the building cost!
More Space for Entertaining and Relaxing
Even if you have a spacious interior that’s perfect for indoor parties and events, adding an outdoor deck creates more usable space and presents new opportunities for food and fun. Set up a fully loaded grilling station, warm up around a fire pit, or create a quiet oasis for reading. Whatever you love, a deck offers more space for it.
Already Have a Deck? Restore It to Its Original Glory!
Even if your home already features a deck, you can still increase your property value by improving upon it. If your deck has been damaged or heavily weathered or simply lacks its original aesthetic appeal, you can restore it with basic repairs and refinishing.
With professional deck resurfacing, you can smooth the walking surface and make your deck safer and more beautiful. If your concrete pool deck has been cracked, chipped, or stained, resurfacing can correct the issue. If you’ve got a damaged, sun-bleached wooden deck, you’ll also probably want to have it re-stained.
Most importantly, any new or renovated deck should be properly sealed and waterproofed to protect your work against the harsh elements and keep your property’s value up as long as possible.
For Professional Deck Waterproofing in Los Angeles, Choose Capital Deck and Stair
As trusted deck waterproofing contractors, we’ve helped many southern California homeowners protect their decks from the potentially damaging effects of things like rain, ice, chlorinated pool water, and sun exposure. With professionally applied coatings, you can extend the lifespan of your deck and keep it looking beautiful for years to come.
Call us at (424) 339-0953 to learn more about how we can help you protect your new or refinished deck.
With the New Year rapidly approaching, you may be busy making your New Year resolutions and preparing to make transformations in your life. While your mind is on renewing old things and bringing them up to date, it’s important not to forget your home, and especially your deck.
In sunny California, the warm weather will be here sooner than you think, and it’ll be time for summer barbeques, splashing in the swimming pool, and spending long evenings on your deck. Why don’t you get a head start and schedule waterproofing services with our Los Angeles deck waterproofing professionals?
Waterproofing can help you refresh the look of a tired and worn out deck. It can also help you preserve your deck for many more years of enjoyment. Our waterproofing solutions are low-maintenance, which means less work and more fun for you. In addition to improving the look and safety of your home, a fresh coat of customized waterproofing can dramatically increase the value of your home or rental property.
Your home’s safety, beauty, and upkeep are important to us. We offer a variety of resurfacing and waterproofing surfaces to help you maintain many surfaces around your property. All our waterproofing projects use superior materials to ensure that your deck is not only waterproof, but fire retardant and flexible to preserve your deck.
We offer custom blended colors at no additional cost, so your new waterproofing coat will blend seamlessly with your existing home and yard décor. We also work around your schedule, and we offer weekend and after-hours services to meet your needs. With multiple crews in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas, we can offer quick, reliable service.
Get the advantage of more than 30 years of deck waterproofing experience for your home. Schedule a free estimate today , and one of our qualified waterproofing professionals will come to your home for an inspection.
For many property owners, their deck is one of their pride and joy features of their property. In addition to being a great place to relax and entertain visitors, a deck can increase your property value tremendously. However, depending on how much exposure to the elements and foot traffic your deck receives, you will need to periodically maintain it. One of these periodic services is to have your deck re-stained. A new stain can provide an aging deck with a full facelift, making it look brand new again, as well as preserving and protecting it from the elements for the last several years.
What is a deck re-staining service? This blog from our Los Angeles deck waterproofing experts will briefly explain the process in some detail.
The first thing that needs to be done to your deck is to prepare it for the new stain. If you have stained your deck before, this means removing the old stain or surface. This can be done with a sander, sand-blaster, or even a pressure washer. Afterward, your deck surface needs to be ready to take the new stain, meaning it needs to be dry and free from dirt and dust.
Applying a new stain involves ensuring that the temperature is right for good adhesion (some stains won’t stick if the temperature is too hot or cold) and that the weather forecast looks good. From there, the process of applying your new stain surface will vary depending on the surface of your deck. Wood decks usually involve using a natural-bristle brush. Other surfaces may have the stain rolled on or even sprayed on. Talk to your commercial deck waterproofer to find out more about the application process for your deck and chosen stain.
Once the stain has been applied, it generally needs 24 hours at the very least to properly cure, with many other surfaces needing 48 to 72 hours for maximum effectiveness. Once the initial application is complete, certain stains will need regular reapplication or resurfacing to maintain their effectiveness. In general, most stains should last five years or more, but some may last even longer if you take proper care of them. The easiest way to tell how your deck staining is holding up is to see how your deck reacts to water: if the water is being repelled, your stain is still in fairly good shape. If some is being absorbed, you may want to consider having your deck re-stained soon.
Decks can be an extension of your living space, especially in sunny Southern California. A deck can serve as a gathering place for family and friends or place to relax, but that doesn’t mean that your deck shouldn’t be as stylish and well-designed as the rest of your home. Showcase your personal style and add interest to your deck with patterned designs.
Concrete decks can be painted, stained, or stamped with designs that can show off your creative side. Tinting agents can be used to color concrete surfaces to resemble stone, brick, marble, or other surfaces. If you are installing a new deck, consider pressing your concrete deck with a mold that can add an interesting or natural-looking surface. You can also inlay patterns, ceramic tile, or other small objects to draw attention to your home’s new addition. You can stain your deck with contrasting colors to create different areas or to direct attention to certain features of your yard. A well-planned deck can pull together the landscaping of your yard.
Wood decks can also be patterned. Paint colors and different shades of stain can be used to create patterns. The direction and shapes of boards can also be used to create geometric designs. Herringbone, chevron, basket weave, or diagonal patterns are popular designs for decks. If you are updating your deck or installing a new deck, you may want to explore your choices for a patterned deck. Paint or stain can be used to highlight the patterned inlay of your deck.
Patterns can be used to create visual interest, divide your deck into different spaces, such as a lounge or an activity area, or highlight features such as a pool, a planter, or a water feature. Decks can also be used to create illusions, such as making a small yard appear larger, or adding a natural element to a yard. Decks can also be used to replace lawns or water-intensive plantings to reduce your water usage. If you are looking for a unique way to upgrade your home, a patterned deck may be the solution.
Upgrade your home’s deck with our Los Angeles deck refinishing services . At Capital Deck & Stair Waterproofing , we are backed by more than 30 years of experience creating and maintaining beautiful, long-lasting decks. We guarantee that all work performed by our fully licensed and certified contractors will meet your standards, and will last for many years to come. Our crews can even work after-hours and on weekends to ensure that we can meet your busy schedule.
Protecting your deck from weathering and wear can help you protect your investment and can extend the life of your deck. Uncovered decks are particularly susceptible to weathering and will need to be treated more frequently than covered decks. High traffic areas will also wear more quickly, leaving you with an unevenly protected surface. When it comes time to refinish your deck, you will likely want to protect your deck with a long lasting solution. But is it better to paint or stain your deck? Learn more about your options for your deck’s protection.
Paint is a popular choice to protect your deck. It can offer more protection than stain and sealer, but it isn’t a good choice if you prefer a more natural look for your deck. Here are some pros and cons of painting your deck.
Paint comes in nearly any color you could desire. Paint is also solid, which means you can easily cover weathered wood.
Paint can fill small gaps and cracks, and its thicker finish can help repair lightly damaged wood. There are even paints that are available for this very purpose.
Paint can be easier to clean, depending on the color and finish of the paint. Good quality paint and proper application can create a lasting finish that allows dirt to wash off easily.
Paint offers more protection for the wood of your deck. It can resist rot, mold, and sun damage.
Paint cannot easily be reversed. If you paint your deck, it can take an incredible amount of work to restore your deck to a state that can be stained.
It can be difficult to find a color that is both complimentary to your home and looks good on a large, flat surface. Light colored paints can be easily stained with dirt, but dark colored paints can trap heat from the sun and be hot to walk on.
Depending on the finish, paint can be slippery when wet. If your deck is uncovered, you may risk a slippery surface.
Paint hides the natural grain of the wood, which can be a drawback if you have invested in a real wood deck.
Stain & Sealer
Stain and a quality sealer is another option to protect your deck. For real wood decks, this can be a popular choice because the natural grain of the wood remains visible. Find out more about the pros and cons of staining your deck.
Stain and sealer can showcase the natural beauty of your wood deck.
Stain is less slippery than paint and protects the wood without laying on top to create a slick surface.
Stain is easier to apply and can be more forgiving. If you are looking for a beginner-friendly way to protect your deck, stain can be a good option.
Stain comes in a wide variety of colors, so you can find a tone that compliments your home’s exterior
Stain has a shorter lifetime than paint. The quality of stain and the number of coats applied can greatly impact how long the stain lasts.
Stain is a thinner fluid, and won’t fill cracks or gaps the way paint will.
Stain can provide a more natural finish, but this may be a negative trait if you are looking for a cleaner look.
The color of the wood underneath the stain will affect the finished product, so you may have slight variations in your deck’s appearance.
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An unprotected deck can show wear and tear far more quickly, and the weathering your deck experiences may cause significant damage. Preserve your deck for years to come with our Los Angeles weatherproofing and resurfacing services . At Capital Deck & Stair Waterproofing , we can help you protect the value of your home and increase the functionality of your deck. Our licensed and certified professionals can help you extend the life of your deck with high-quality and cost-effective options for your deck.