Once you have installed your new fence, you are going to want to think about how you can get the most out of it. You want to blend your fencing in with the wider appeal of your aesthetic and ensure that it plays its part in the design. Moreover, you want to be certain that you are protecting the surface, so that you can continue to enjoy the good looks for many years to come. That is why taking the time to consider staining, painting, and refinishing your fences is going to be so important. At Back40 Fence Company, we can promise you premium staining, painting, and refinishing, to help you get the most from your installation. So, do not hesitate to let us know of your preferences, as we would gladly provide you with them.
Staining your wooden fencing is the best way to bring out the best in it. You can maintain the natural charm of the wood grain but give it a brighter, richer hue in the process. At the same time, you better seal the surface and give it the extra layer of protection it needs to withstand rain and decay. You get more out of your wooden fences, and they bring more to the aesthetic of your landscape. So, if you have wood fencing installed on your land, you should unquestionably have it stained.
Or, if you are into brighter, bolder colors and tones, you may prefer to take advantage of fence painting instead. Fence paints are a fantastic way to give a sleek but thick coating to your fencing. It would better protect them from the force of the elements but, more noticeably, introduce a much more vibrant look to your yard. If that is to your taste, you will be pleased to hear that we have a near-endless plethora of different color options to offer to you, each of which is guaranteed to be of a premium standard.
However, if you have an old fencing installation that needs serious rejuvenation, you will benefit much more from our refinishing service. The ultimate way to restore, redefine, and protect your fences, refinishing will rediscover the life in any old wooden fencing. Our team will begin by making any repairs required and sanding out any abrasive surfaces, scars, or chips, before finally recoating the entire surface with primer, lacquer, and your choice of stain or paint. The combination of these services is guaranteed to strengthen and beautify your fencing and last for many more years to come.