The Australian climate can be tough on your timber.
With the growing popularity of timber decks, we receive many requests for deck cleaning. They are a great space to entertain friends and add a great aesthetic to your outdoors.
But like any timber surface they require some maintenance. Due to the nature of the decking materials, the wood and any sealants will be damaged due to weather effects. It is vital that you attend to a regular clean and seal of your timber surfaces.
When decking is neglected for any reasonable period of time its colour begins to deteriorate. This is due to the high levels of UV light, mould, algae and dirt. When the wood becomes dry and cracks start to appear it creates a rough surface which hastens the accumulation of mould and dirt.
Preventative measures can be undertaken relatively easily if you keep to a regiment of deck treatment with wood sealing products or timber staining. Make sure you understand the correct methods of application for the best results.
But before you rush off to purchase the latest wood sealer from your local hardware store, give some consideration to the fact that your deck needs to be cleaned. The use of an eco-friendly and biodegradable cleaning product may be required to remove all the grease, dirt and algae before you consider further sealing or staining treatment. Much of this grime and dirt will be deeply embedded into the grain and may require a high pressure wash to remove. This can be a tricky process if you don’t have experience with high pressure washing equipment and can lead to some significant damage to your timber.
You should only trust your deck cleaning to a professional to avoid unwanted and unnecessary repairs. We provide a quality power cleaning service to ensure your deck looks amazing before you commence sealing. We always use products that are safe to use around your garden beds and landscaping.
We aim to bring your deck back to its original condition and you can rest assured that we take every care to ensure there is no damage to your property.