Does your fence look faded, weathered or grey? Diamond Outdoors can restore your fence’s color and increase its life span. Our fence staining service will beautify, protect and preserve your wood fence while saving you the money and aggravation of having to replace it.
Here is what to expect from Diamond Outdoors when we stain and restore your wood fence:
Free On-site Consultation
Our fence staining technician will meet with you to go over the job. We will bring sample stained wood boards and the stain color chart so you can choose your stain color. You will be provided with a quote and that is the price you will pay — no hidden fees or charges.
To protect from overspray, we will cover plants, pool and other areas with tarps and plastic. Here's what we do that others do not:
Clean Fence Surface
Your wood fence must be clean, dry and free of dust, dirt, mildew, oil, water and other contaminants. Using our low-pressure pump, we will apply a cleaning agent to remove any contaminants. We allow at least 24 hours after cleaning before we apply the stain and seal. This is a key step to making sure the new stain will penetrate the wood and last as long as possible. Other companies with just hose down your fence and then stain it the same day.
Apply Wood Stain
Using our commercial grade pressure spray system, we will apply the stain selected. The stain will be applied uniformly without runs or streaks and will penetrate the wood to protect and beautify your fence for years to come. We only apply in proper weather conditions (no rain or high wind). The job will be inspected to ensure it meets our quality standards.
We will remove the tarps and plastic. Metal gate hardware, metal poles and any other items will be wiped clean from any overspray. Unlike other fence companies, we do leave the site absolutely clean.
Peace of Mind
Upon completion, your fence will be restored and protected for years to come. We warranty our work.
WE USE PREMIUM STAIN. Here is why:
By saturating the surface of the lumber, our stain product penetrates into the substrate leaving the fence with an even, uniform coating.
Some of the materials include: