Time and weather will wear down just about anything – including your beautiful wooden fence. If your fence has begun to gray and lost its natural, youthful hue, it may be time to freshen it up with a quick face lift. The two best, and possibly only, ways we have found to do just that is by pressure washing and staining or painting the boards.

Pressure Washing

One of our estimators decided to take advantage of some sunny weather one weekend, along with a little free labor, and put her kids to work pressure washing her own wood fence. As she soon found out, pressure washing worked like a charm and removed several layers of dirt, leaving her fence looking refreshed and good as new. 

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Painting and Staining

Painting or staining your fence is a great way to seal or reseal your boards for a longer lasting fence while boosting the overall appearance at the same time. Driving around Puyallup and Tacoma, I have seen many varying color choices ranging from neutral whites or beiges and natural shades of brown to colorful extremes like neon pink and bright purple. The choice is yours to make, but it may well be the change your looking for to spruce up your yard this year.

However , if your fence is woefully past its prime and just in need of replacement, give Fence Specialists a call. We’d be more than happy to arrange an appointment for you to meet with one of our estimating staff and discuss making a change.

Photos and work compliments of Pacific Crest Painting.

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Contract Numbers: GS-07F-0109V & GS-07F-0598W

LIC# FENCES1960DQ

   

10708 Golden Given Rd E Tacoma, WA 98445

(253) 531-5452

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