The problem with deck refinishing is that it’s a high stakes game. At least it is compared with most other parts of the professional painting world. Unless something very unusual happens, you will never get a call back from a client because the paint you put on their dining room wall is peeling off in sheets. Newly painted bathrooms are unlikely to develop mould two months after you gathered your drop cloths.
Deck refinishing jobs on the other hand, can and do blow up in many different ways. That’s because there are so many variables at work when it comes to the application: sun, temperature, moisture, abrasion, wood types, and product choice. They can all be make-or-break issues when it comes to deck refinishing success. And if all this wasn’t enough, getting a serious call back on a deck can easily eat up all of your profits from the job and then some. That’s because the scope of work is so large.
All of this is why getting the details right is so important if you want to take on deck refinishing!
These are just some of the products will help sure help you get the job done.