It’s a great time of year to weather seal your existing wood or vinyl fence. The first step to perfectly treating your fence for longevity is to pressure wash it (also called power wash). It’s a simple process that will take the old layers of graying fence off, exposing fresh wood underneath. When you are finished, your fence will almost look new.
Once your pressure washing is complete, it’s time to paint, stain or seal your fence. Thompson’s® WaterSeal® Waterproofer Plus Clear Wood Protector is a superb product to now only waterproof your fence but to protect it for the hard Summer and Winter months. Plus, it will keep your fence looking relatively new year after year.
Cedar vs Pine – Right Fence Company – Greater Houston Area
Here at Right Fence Company, we are frequently asked if WesternRedCedar or PressureTreatedPine is best for fencing. Hands down, we always recommend cedar. It has benefits that far outweigh it’s pine competition. Some of the benefits of cedar that we see here in Houston are….
Won’t shrink or warp
Better 10 year appearance
Can last up to 30 years
Almost the same price as pine in 2011!!
Pet’s don’t want to mess with it
Stains or seals better than pine
WesternRedCedar is an obvious choice. Get An Estimate right now and see how affordable cedarfencing really is.
Home Improvement – Right Fence Company – Greater Houston Area
After Right Fence Company installs your new cedar or pinefence, the next best step if to stain or weatherseal it. Note that you should wait three to four weeks before this process to allow your new fence to become accustom to the weather. Staining and weathersealing is easy – and you can do it in just one weekend. Here’s how….