The stain used in fence staining can be either oil-based or water-based and comes in different colors, including transparent, semi-transparent, and solid. The choice of stain depends on the type of wood and the desired look of the fence.
Fence staining can be done on both new and existing fences, and there are a wide range of colors and finishes to choose from to achieve the desired look.
Staining a pergola involves applying a pigmented solution to the wood in order to enhance its natural color and protect it from weathering and UV damage.
Shutter staining refers to the process of staining or coloring exterior shutters, typically made of wood, to enhance their appearance and protect them from the elements.
Garage Door Staining
Garage door staining is the process of applying a stain or color to the exterior surface of a garage door to enhance its appearance and protect it from the elements.
Wood Accent Staining
Wood accent staining is a process of applying a colored stain to enhance the appearance of natural wood grain patterns on accent pieces such as trim, moldings, and decorative elements
Porch Pillar Staining
Staining porch pillars involves applying a semi-transparent or solid-colored stain to the surface of the pillars to enhance their appearance and protect them from weathering and other environmental factors.
Staining a playset involves applying a protective coating to the surface of the wood to enhance its appearance and protect it from weathering and other environmental factors.