Deck & Fence Painting and Staining
in Boston & on the South Shore, MA
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When you hire CertaPro Painters of Boston’s South Shore, you have access to a variety of painting and staining services including:
Deck and Porch Staining:
The weather along Boston’s coastal towns beats up our decks and porches. The single biggest factor in this weathering is the sun that beats down on these horizontal surfaces along with the water that pools on deck and porch floors after it rains. From Mahogany Decks to wrap-around farmer’s porches, we can help you maintain, stain, and seal your deck and porch with stains that protect and enhance the beauty of the wood. In fact, many of our customers hire us every year to add a maintenance coat of stain, to keep their outdoor spaces beautiful.
Fence painting and staining:
Your white picket fence looks so darn quaint! But when the paint on your fence becomes weathered and chipped, it can make the rest of your home and property look unmaintained. In fact, lots of folks hire us to paint or stain their fence right before they sell their home, because it makes such a difference in your home’s curb appeal. Let CertaPro Painters of Boston’s South Shore bring your fence back to life.
Deck and Fence Wood and Composite Replacement:
Because the wood on your deck and porches will rot if not protected, lots of the decks we work on need some sort of carpentry before we stain or seal it. Our skilled carpenters can replace a floorboard or railing before we paint or stain your deck. For homeowners who want to get out of the “staining the deck every 2 years” rut, our carpenters can also replace your whole deck with a maintenance-free composite material like Trex. This way you will not have to do a thing to keep your deck protected and looking great.
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Our licenses and insurance:
We are fully insured with a $5 million umbrella policy and Worker’s Compensation Insurance – (This is the gold standard in insurance).
Owner Louis NeJame is a licensed General Contractor in Massachusetts
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Recent Deck and Porch Projects
See below for photos of projects that involved decks, porches, railings and fences from our portfolio.
Front Porch - Hingham, MA
This Hingham home's project included a large front porch area including banisters, columns and hand rails.
House & Deck - Milton, MA
This project included painting around the deck and stairway pictured above.
Exterior Painting - Cohasset, MA
We completed exterior painting for this home in Cohasset, including details around the large wrap-around porch, banisters, and railings.
For this Canton deck we used a solid stain on the deck floor which hides the wood grain.
Deck Staining Can Significantly Change the Look and Feel of your Home’s Exterior
If you have a deck, fence, or farmer’s porch around your home, you know that the varying weather elements can take a toll on theirwooden surfaces. If you don’t take proper care of them by re-sealing and re-staining at the right times, they can become a costly and significantly decrease the value of your home. The longer you wait to hire a painting contractor the more expensive this undertaking will become. In fact, lost of our customers hire us to come back each year to apply a maintenance coat of stain to their wooden deck floors and porches.
The CertaPro Painters® of the South Shore and Boston residential painting crews have years of experience sealing and staining decks to protect them from the harsh New England climate. Depending on your project, our professional surface prep and deck staining process may include:
- Removal of dirt, gravel, and chipped paint
- Replacement of rotted wood by our carpenters
- Power washing
- Application of a premium paint or stain
We’ll work with you to find a stain that both matches your home’s style and has a protective barrier best suited for the harsh Boston climate.
How to maintain two-story decks:
Lots of South Shore homes are built with two-story decks. The deck’s underside requires maintenance and staining to protect the wood from rotting, and so the deck maintains its strength. An added benefit of staining the second-story deck’s underside is that the exposed wood substructure that can be seen from the first level looks fantastic and matches the rest of the decking. While stain helps reduce the risk of pests burrowing in your deck’s wood if you notice any damage anywhere on your deck, have a pest control professional review the situation.
Frequently asked questions about deck and fence staining:
Question: How often do I have to wash and stain my wood deck top in the Boston-area?
Answer: Every 1-2 years. Deck tops are prone to wear faster mostly because of the way water puddles on the horizontal deck boards and the sun beats down on them. Also, the foot traffic on the deck tops causes additional wear. The good news is that you don’t need to treat deck railings and other vertical surfaces as often because they shed water quickly due to their upright positioning. You’ll often see a difference in color between your deck top and railings because of the different speeds at which the different parts of your deck wear.
Question: How much will it cost to wash and stain my deck on the South Shore?
Answer: Depending on the size and the overall condition of your deck, an average 12 x 12 deck could be $800 – 1350. If you’d like a firm quote to wash and stain your deck, simply schedule an appointment online or email a photo to [email protected] and we’ll email you back a quick price.
Question: Can you replace rotted wood on my deck?
Answer: Yes, we have carpenters on staff that can replace wood that’s rotted on your deck. In fact, most of the decks we work on require some form of board or railing replacement while we’re on site.