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Staining or painting your Fence or Deck will give it a great look and add distinct beauty to your home. It's a great way to enhance your home's curb appeal and overall look. Painting alone will enhance the appearance of an aging fence or deck and can be coordinated to the look and color of your home.

Fence or Deck Staining is the process of using a semi-transparent or transparent product, which will generally allow the natural beauty of the wood grain to remain visible. Utilizing these types of products will highlight the specific rich characteristics of that species of wood, i.e. Cedar [natural red resins and knotholes]. Sealing a Cedar fence or deck with this product is really all you need to do.

A Pressure Treated Pine (P.T.P) fence or deck [is usually less expensive than Cedar] and, tends to be more receptive to a wide array of color palettes. Fence or Deck Staining should be done only by professionals. When done the right way, your fence and deck will be protected from the elements and will last a very long time. 

Painting your fence or deck is the best solution for integrating new or existing pickets and/or panels of fencing. Besides the obvious cosmetic effects, painting your fence and deck provides your fence with protection against the elements. Most types of fences or decks need a protective coat of paint every 2 to 3 years. Fence and deck paint will help you, no matter the type of fence or deck you have. The painting also fortifies your wood fence or deck against the effects of rain and wind and extremely hot temperatures that we often see in Central Texas.

Paint your fence and deck, and make all your neighbors jealous. Let Battle Tested Fence, Deck, and Welding help you add years to the life of your fence and deck.


Battle Tested Fence, Deck and Welding

PHONE: 719.281.0230

EMAIL:  info@btfencedeckwelding.com

Servicing Killeen, Harker Heights, Belton, Salado, Temple,
and Central Texas Areas

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