When you are building a new privacy fence…
Sometimes, fence staining is an afterthought.
If you want to get the longest life out of your new wood fence investment.
You will want to consider staining your fence.
Likewise, if you have an existing fence, staining offers an opportunity to get more years of service from your old fence.
Why Stain & Seal Your Fence
From the moment wooden structures are exposed to the elements.
Nature begins a slow process of degradation.
Powerful UV rays from the sun beat down on wood surfaces.
Turning the original wood tone to a silvery gray color.
Moisture soaks into its pores and causes warping and splitting.
While insects and microbes begin to break down parts of the cellulose structure of wood reducing its strength.
Paint and wood stain products are used to protect wood and slow down this process.
That’s why we paint wood siding, buildings and other structures.
Wood fences are no different.
While some property owners choose to allow their fences to weather naturally.
Others invest in wood staining to extend the life of the fence.
A high-quality wood stain and sealant forms a barrier around the wood’s surface to help keep moisture out and protect the wood from sun damage.
How Wood Stain & Sealant Helps Your Fence
#1 – Fence stain protects your fence from insects and rot.
#2 – A stained fence (usually) looks better than naturally-aged gray wood.
#3 – Fence staining helps wood resist damage from the sun’s UV rays.
#4 – A stained fence repels water absorption.
#5 – Staining your fence can help prevent warped wood.
#6 – Stain & sealant can prolong the life of your fence.
Staining your fence every 6 years can extend the life of your fence by 10 years or more.
Spreading the cost of your original fence investment into a much longer timeframe.
And saving you the added expense of early fence replacement when the old one wears out.
Empire Fence Staining Services in Tulsa
Empire Fence offers fence staining in Tulsa and across Northeast Oklahoma.
Our team of professionals will stain your fence following new fence installations or will be happy to stain existing wood fences.
Options include oil-based and water-based stains, depending on the requirements of your project.
While staining a new fence gets you off on the right foot, we can also stain your existing fence.
To stain an old fence, we start with a soft wash wood cleaner…
That removes mold and mildew and restores the wood’s natural color prior to staining.
We soft wash the fence instead of pressure washing to prevent damage to wood fibers.
Our stain application processes protect your landscaping and adjacent structures during the staining process.
If you are interested in staining your fence, a representative will meet you to take measurements, discuss color options and advise material selections that work best for your fence.
Common fence stain colors include: Red Cedar, Natural Tone Cedar, Canyon Brown and others. We only use commercial quality fence stain products from brands like Sherwin Williams and Valspar.
Below are a few fence recent staining projects.
Let Empire Help Stain Your Fence
There are many factors to consider when it comes to staining your fence.
Tim Wilcott leads our staining division. He is a veteran of the armed forces who learned how to paint in the Navy.
He has over a decade of fence staining experience and offers tremendous value to property owners.
Contact Tim to discuss fence staining options.
Contact Empire Fence
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