can be as simple as replacing a few deck boards that have rotted over time to entirely refacing the whole deck surface. Over a course of a number of years deck boards starts having fissures and cracks running lengthwise on the board. This is an ugly site having lengths of boards with ugly open cracks.Even when you sand the deck board down the board will look sanded but unfortunately the crack most probably will still be there.
this is a process we do after we do a thorough power washing – similar to somewhere like found on APlusSoftWash.com – of the deck removing all the soil and rocks and debris left over from the winter and the falling leaves from the trees and so on. Power washing with an electric or gas powered pressure sprayer at very low pressure will get into the cracks and crevices much easier than by hand. But care must be taken in the way that you use the pressure washer because you could also ruin the wood if too much pressure is being applied. Pressure washing should be done carefully and costly watch what the results are as you are washing so you can make adjustment on the pressure and the distance you are spraying from and with.
The actual staining of the deck after the deck has dried from the pressure washing or just simply deck washing with deck scrubber brush and a garden hose, try to time yourself to do the staining out of direct sunlight this gives you more time to work the stain.
Toronto deck repairs
can come out and do all your deck repairing and maintenance for you. Our services area are in Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville and Richmond Hill. You can give us a call at 416-568-3547.
This video is about toronto deck repair done by: http://www.torontopainters.org/ we can totally rebuild your deck or we can replace broken and rotten boards and pickets/railings also we can remove and replace your wood steps. If your deck only needs to be power washed and stained no problem we can do that to. Our service area is: Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville and Richmond Hill Ontario
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