DPW Enterprises specialize in the cleaning and restoration of all types of wooden decks, fences, outdoor furniture, gazebos and more. If you are looking for a professional deck cleaning service in Little Rock Arkansas, look no further and give DPW Enterprises a call today.
When it comes to deck cleaning experience is critical. Wood is a delicate substrate to work with and a pressure washer in inexperienced hands can cause damage that is irreversible. DPW Enterprises have a long history of very happy customers who have experienced first hand how professional DPW’s deck cleaning services are.
DPW Enterprises utilizes a controlled pressure to clean your deck. Depending on the wood and its condition. They do not use high pressure in any deck cleaning procedure. They have a vast knowledge of the best contractor strength, environmentally friendly cleaning agents to use on decks, which achieve far superior results than cleaning products that are available at the local hardware store. They also utilize specialized attachments and nozzles that are custom designed for cleaning decks.
If there is an existing sealer on your deck that is delaminating, DPW are experts in stripping it back and preparing for a new deck sealer.
Decks We Clean
Specialists in cleaning all types of decking materials including Pine, Redwood, Cedar, Oak, Mahogany and more. Call us today for a free appraisal.
Deck Sealing & Staining Services
in Little Rock, Arkansas & Surrounds
Looking for professional Wood Deck Sealing or Staining in Little Rock or surrounds? We provide professional Deck Cleaning, Sealing and Staining in Little Rock, AR and all surrounding areas of Arkansas and Tennessee. Call us today for a free estimate and appraisal.
DPW Enterprises use only superior decking oils and stains. They follow strict manufacturers guidelines for application and have years of experience applying and where need be stripping deck sealers.
Why Seal or Stain Your Wood Deck?
The best way to protect wood from deterioration is the apply a sealer to it. Wood is subject to deterioration quicker than most building materials. It is a delicate substrate and one that weathers rapidly in the elements, particularly rain. Wood rot is a common occurrence and once it sets in there is no return. Replacement of your deck is the only option and it is a costly one.
When water gets into the pores of you wood deck not only does it rapidly wear away at the wood but it contributes to mold and other micro organic growth which over time builds up and can spoil the look of your deck. New decks can appear like they are old in only a matter of a couple of years.
The only option to protect your investment is to apply a high performance and durable deck sealer. Fungus cannot grow where there is no moisture to feed them. A sealer will repel all water thus prevent all fungus growth, prolonging your decks lifespan. They will not only protect your deck from dirt and grime but from termites as well. A Deck sealer will also enhance the natural characteristics of the grain in your wooden deck.
DPW can discuss with you the right sealer for your type of deck, fence or other wooden surface and deliver the perfect solution for your needs. DPW have many years of experience and have sealed hundreds of decks over the years and use only superior contractor grade decking oils. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Stripping Old Sealers
DPW Enterprises can professionally strip any old existing sealer that is failing on your deck. If you are wanting a new sealing product to bond to your wood deck then you must remove any old and failing sealer beforehand. If a sealer previously installed is failing then the new sealer cannot achieve a proper bond necessary for a long life.
The stripping process requires breaking of the bond between the sealer and the wood then utilizing low pressure power washing to rinse off all traces of the old sealing product. The first step requires a stripping agent to be applied onto the old sealer coating. Sufficient dwell time is required and then signs that the stripping compound is working will be observed before a low pressure rinse. Lastly, a neutralizer is applied to the entire deck which returns the wood to its normal color and its normal pH level after the final pressure rinse.
When done correctly, only one application of the stripping compound will be needed in order to completely remove all traces of the old sealer. A second application of stripper is not advisable and can cause excess dryness and further deteriorate of the wood.