Teak & Deck Professionals Is a Teak Restoration Company Proudly Servicing San Diego, Los Angeles, and Orange County.
Our process begins with deep cleaning the teak wood. Cleaning teak helps to remove any discoloration from stains, varnishes, teak oil, mold, or natural wear. Most importantly, this process sterilizes the wood to kill any mold spores that may persist on the wood surface. Our biodegradable teak cleaner is not hazardous to animals or humans, and it won’t cause your plants to die!
In our second step, we sand the furniture with fine-grit sandpaper ranging from 60-240 grit depending on the condition of the wood. Sanding teak return the wood’s weathered surface to the comfortable texture of brand new teak furniture. Using detailing equipment, or in some cases our bare hands, we meticulously smooth out any tough to reach areas between slats or in tight corners. Sanding teak furniture is the most challenging part of restoring teak furniture. Whether it's a teak boat deck, small teak table, or a complex Adirondack teak chair, sand teak takes time, patience, and a lot of elbow grease.
After sanding the teak, we prime the wood by gently cleaning the wood again to remove any residue left over from the sanding process. This ensures that the teak sealer will form an effective bond with the wood surface, which helps prolong the life of your newly refinished teak. We then allow the teak furniture to dry completely before moving on to the teak refinishing process.
Finally, sufficient coats of our premium, marine-grade teak sealant are thoroughly applied to your teak furniture or teak deck. This sealer is available in multiple tones ranging from clear, natural, honey, gold, and brown. Years of experience have to lead us to the best products available, and we are confident that we have a color that suits your desires. Occasionally, our clients request particular marine teak varnishes or even wood paint. We will happily adjust our restoration methods for these requests.
This work is demanding if done correctly. Through the years we have perfected the daunting task of restoring outdoor teak furniture. No furniture is “too old” or “too weathered”. No job is too big or too small! Teak & Deck Professionals has performed jobs on commercial properties with hundreds of teak patio furniture pieces, and we’ve restored countless teak benches, teak tables, and teak chairs of all shapes and sizes. At Teak & Deck Professional we guarantee you professional service at an affordable rate for residential and commercial properties, no matter what the condition of your teak.
Teak & Deck Professionals services the following locations in Orange County and San Diego, CA:
Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Cypress, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, La Habra, Lake Forest, La Palma, Los Alamitos, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Orange, Placentia, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Stanton, Tustin, Villa Park, Westminster, Yorba Linda, Oceanside, Carlsbad, Escondido, Rancho Santa Fe, Coto De Caza, Vista.
We commonly service the following teak maker’s furniture: Gloster, Summit, Domus, Sutherland, Les Jardins, Smith & Hawken, Kingsley Bates, Teak Warehouse, Brown Jordan, Jensen Jarrah, and more.
Grey, mold, dirt, and stains are removed using a biodegradable cleaner.
Teak is sanded with 60-240 grit sandpaper to return the surface to a smooth texture.
Multiple coats of marine-grade teak sealant are applied in the desired color and finish.
Frequently Asked Questions
High quality teak furniture can last for 25-30 years if properly taken care of.
Teak furniture is relativey easy to maintain, especially if you use a professional company to do the work for you? If you choose to do it yourself, a light cleaning every 6-12 months and a re-application of penetrating sealer will keep your teak looking its best.
Teak furniture should be oiled, or sealed, every 6-12 months, depending on exposure to direct sunlight and other weather conditions. Never use teak oil to treat teak furniture as it is not fully penetrating and will accumulate on the surface as well as only providing a fraction of the protection as a quality sealer.
The best way to keep outdoor teak furniture looking its best is to periodically clean with a stiff brush to remove and dirt from the surface without using cleaning agents or water. Sealing the teak when new with a high-quality, fully penetrating teak sealer, will allow the teak to keep its natural color for the longest period possible.
Prices can vary widely depending on the type of teak piece and the maintenance history involved. Roughly, you can expect to pay 25% of the cost of a new piece of teak furniture in order to restore an older one - not a bad deal!
It is always worth it to refinish teak furniture, as you are getting a like new look and feel for a fraction of the cost.