Deck Staining, Concord, NC

Keep your deck looking great with regular professional deck staining.

If your home or business in Concord, North Carolina has a wooden deck, there is a good chance that it looked great when it was new, but over time, its appearance has diminished. But aesthetics aren’t the only consideration when it comes to planning routine exterior maintenance like deck staining.

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The benefits of deck staining go way beyond improving appearances. These benefits include the following and more:

  • It’s easier than painting: Stain is different from paint. Stain is applied on porous surfaces like wood and concrete and is absorbed into the material. This means it doesn’t flake off over time like paint can. It also is easier to apply stain than it is to apply paint.
  • It prevents moisture absorption: Porous surfaces can absorb water. This contributes to weathering all year long, but it is especially concerning in the colder months because the absorbed water can freeze, causing damage to structures.
  • It prevents rot and insect infestation: Water speeds up the process of wood rotting. Deck staining protects against water absorption, and it also reduces the effects of UV radiation on surfaces. Stronger wood is less likely to be invaded by wood-boring insects like termites and carpenter ants.

If you need deck staining at your home, request a free estimate from us at Bravo Professional Contractors today. We have the knowledge, expertise, materials, and tools needed to give you superior results that will make your deck look great and protect it for years to come.

We offer discounts of up to $2,000 on labor costs for any of our customers if they or one of their immediate family members is a veteran, police officer, firefighter, healthcare worker, or teacher.

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At Bravo Professional Contractors, we offer deck staining services in Charlotte, Mint Hill, Matthews, Indian Trail, Waxhaw, Huntersville, Mooresville, Davidson, and Concord, North Carolina, as well as Fort Mill, South Carolina.