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Fence,deck and shed painting/staining

Breathe new life into your garden by giving your fence a fresh coat of paint or stain. This simple and affordable update can have a big impact on the appearance of your outdoor space. Not only does painting or staining enhance the look of a fence, it also helps to protect it from the elements and increase its longevity. Plus, if you're looking to improve the overall appearance of your neighborhood, consider painting or staining your fence as part of a coordinated effort. A street lined with well-maintained fences adds value to the area and can even boost property values.

Different types of fencing have varying levels of difficulty when it comes to painting. Here is a summary of the most common types of fencing and how they respond to painting:

  • Wooden fencing: These fences are relatively easy to paint and can also be stained. It is important to paint or stain wooden fencing, as it helps to protect the wood and extend its lifespan. Without this layer of protection, wooden fences are prone to damage and may not last as long.

  • Metal fencing: Metal fences are already durable and have a longer lifespan than wooden fences, so staining is not necessary. However, it is possible to paint metal fencing to improve its appearance and update the style of your garden.

  • Plastic fencing: Painting plastic fences can be difficult and may not produce professional-looking or long-lasting results. It is essential to use a primer and the correct type of paint (ideally epoxy-based paint), but there is still no guarantee that the paint will adhere well or last. An alternative option would be to purchase plastic fencing in the color you desire.

There are several factors that can affect the cost of painting a fence. These include:

  • Size of the fence: The larger the fence, the more materials and labor will be needed, which will increase the cost.

  • Material of the fence: Some types of fencing are easier to paint than others, such as wooden fences, while others, like plastic fences, are more challenging and will therefore cost more to paint.

  • Type of paint used: Quick-drying paints, such as sprayable treatments, will generally be less expensive than paints that require multiple coats, such as waterproof paint.

  • Weather: Unforeseen weather events, like rain or extreme heat, can cause delays in the painting process and increase the overall cost.

  • Location: If the fence is located in a hard-to-reach area, it may cost more to paint due to the additional effort required.

Whether you want to enhance the look of your garden by adding a new layer of color to your fence or shed, or protect your deck from wear and tear, we have the products and expertise to help you achieve your goals.

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