Wood deck restoration involves either cleaning or stripping the surface. If the wood on your deck is unsealed, it will need to be cleaned thoroughly with a product formulated to remove discoloration. This will rid the teak surface of its grayed appearance, stains, and fungus growth. If your deck has been previously sealed with a varnish or stain, stripping will also be needed.
After deck cleaning, a light sanding is recommended. Unsanded wood will prevent the new sealer from adhering or penetrating properly. This can lead to premature color fading, cracking and peeling.
After the wood has been refinished to its natural appearance it will be ready to accept a protective sealer. Teak & Deck Professionals uses only the highest quality teak and deck sealers. Please call us today to discuss refinishing or sealing your new or weathered deck.
Depending on your particular decks’s wood type, we will have the right sealer to maximize durability and enhance the look. Ipe, Mangaris and Teak deck require a very thin oil sealer that has its own set of unique application requirements. Redwood, Cedar and other similar wood types require a slightly heavier oil to protect and preserve.