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Tips for Your Next Fence Staining

Tips for Your Next Fence Staining

A fence is one of the most important installations you can get for your home thanks to the privacy, protection, and beauty it has to offer your home. Since your fence has so much to offer your home, you need to give it excellent care. Some of the best care you can get is a fence staining, which offers a number of great benefits to enjoy:

  • Improve your curb appeal
  • Increase your property value
  • Protect your fence from the elements


If you’re looking get your Seattle home’s fence stained, you need to go into the work with a bit of know-how. This know-how can ensure you’ll get the best and most beautiful results from your staining. Not sure what you need to know before jumping into this work? No problem: You can learn all the tips you’ll need by just reading on!

Clean the Fence Beforehand

Being an outdoor installation, your fence is likely to get quite dirty through the years. By the time you get around to staining it, you might find it to be covered in all manners of dirt and debris. Before you apply your fence staining, you’ll want to clean off this buildup in order to enjoy the best results from this work:

  • Require only one coat
  • Provide a bright, beautiful color
  • Continue looking great for years


Use a High-Quality Stain and Brush

The quality of the materials you use to apply your fence staining will have a direct and significant impact on the quality of the results you’ll enjoy. So, you need to be sure to use a high-quality stain and brush. By investing a little bit extra into these materials, you can enjoy the best and longest results.

Watch the Weather

You need to be very aware of what the weather conditions are predicted to be over the course of the couple days before and after you apply your coat of stain. Rain and significant fluctuations in temps can tarnish an otherwise beautiful coat of stain, so it’s vital that you put in this work only as the weather permits.

And the Best Tip of All: Leave the Work to a Professional!

You can utilize all of these tips, but the fact remains: To get the best results from your fence staining, you need to leave the work in the hands of a professional painting contractor. For quality staining work in the Seattle area, call the pros at K & K Finishes. We have the experience and the resources to provide a stunning fence staining that will provide its many benefits for years to come.

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