Get decked out for summer: The Pro Group

How does your deck look after winter?

Perhaps it is in need of some TLC to make it look its best again. Deck and Fence Pro’s Tim Gerard is just the person to work magic on faded, dirty or mossy timber to give you an outdoor space where you can be proud to relax or entertain.

When should you have your timber restored?

Spring and summer are the ideal times. The work can’t be done properly in the colder damper months when wood is wet. Water and the oil of timber stains just don’t mix. Attempting to do this kind of work at the wrong time of year is a classic DIY error.

What can you expect to be done?

First of all a deep clean will extract years of dirt, grime, mould and contaminants from deep within the grain of a wooden deck. The products used are environmentally-friendly and contain no bleach, acids or phosphates.

Next the wood is left to thoroughly dry before stain or paint is applied, nourishing the timber with each coat. The products not only make the wood look like new, but help protect and maintain it for the long term.

What of the future?

Wood stains perform best when topped up every 12 to 18 months. An on-going maintenance schedule can include a light clean with a mild detergent and a stain recoat.

For a free quote or more information, contact Tim on 027 349 0527 or via

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