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Deck sealed with TWP 205

How will you clean and seal the deck?

The Atlanta Wood Restoration Company will carefully pressure wash before we start the deck sealing and staining process. We will remove all plants and furniture prior to pressure washing.  Large tables or grills will be moved from side to side, so they will not have to be taken off of the deck, and put back onto the deck.

During the cleaning process we will be sure not to damage your wood, house, or plant life.  Once we are finished we will  rinse off all of the surrounding areas to make sure they are clean and free of pressure washing debris.

How will you sand and seal the deck?

1. Loose nails: Wood naturally expands and contracts.  This will cause many of your nails to rise above the surface of the wood .   The Atlanta Wood Restoration Company will make sure all wood is secure and the nails are properly pounded back in. This ensures that we have a smooth surface for sanding, which provides a smooth surface to walk on.
2.  Sanding: Atlanta Wood Restoration will sand your deck prior to sealing, where needed. .  Extra attention will be given to the hand rails, but we will also lightly sand the spindles, and floor.

3. Sealing:  This part of the process sets us far apart from our competitiors.  We will hand brush all of the deck, in its entirety. Your deck will not be sprayed!! This is  important for a few reasons:

a. Ensures that we apply the maximum amount of sealant possible.
b. Provides a uniform look throughout the deck.
c. You will not have overspray on your house, cement, etc.

After sealing your deck, we will wipe it off to make sure the sealant is not applied excessively to any areas, and that your deck will dry properly.

When do I pay for the deck treatment?

No payment is expected until the job is completed to your satisfaction.