Fence StainWHY IS IT IMPORTANT?
of your wooden fence
investment from the ravages of time and
Texas Best Fence & Patio in Lewisville recommends a fence stain application every three to five years. This will not only help your property look great, but it will preserve your investment in the work you have done.
Wood is a natural product and is prone to decay, graying, insect infestation, and mildew. When you turn to us for your wood fencing or other projects, we use the best quality materials your budget will allow. Unfortunately, wood cannot withstand the harsh Texas climate forever. That’s why protective fence stain is more important here than just about anywhere in the nation.
In addition to the protection it provides, fence stain greatly enhances the look of a fence, keeping it fresh and allowing it to blend in better with its surroundings.
Texas Best Fence & Patio recommends Wood Defender by Standard Paints’ oil-based stain and sealer because of the quality of the finish and the UV protection it provides. Even better, it’s available in seven colors, so there’s sure to be one perfect for your project. We can even apply Ready Seal over previous stains without sanding or stripping, saving time and money.
Abandon that weathered look for your old fence or start your new one off right with a professionally applied fence stain. You won’t regret your decision to protect and enhance your wood fence or structure. It will save you money and your fence will look good long after it normally would. We believe in this type of protection so strongly that we currently feature this service at our cost to keep our customers’ projects looking their best.Check out the before-and-after photos in our gallery that highlight the difference
wood fence staincan make in how your property looks.
When you’re ready to explore this option for an existing wood fence or structure that someone forgot to stain, give us a call at (972) 245-0640 to request a free estimate. Texas Best Fence & Patio in Lewisville looks forward to the opportunity to meet you and discuss your options.