Your backyard is an extension of your home — you’ve spent considerable time planning its design and choosing the right materials for your fence, pergola, porch, pool deck, and more. You shouldn’t have to watch these structures deteriorate after only a few years. Protect your wooden structures from the elements with our pergola and fence sealing services in NC, SC, GA, and FL.
Our patented sealant will keep rot and decay at bay for 25 years, ensuring your pergola or fence not only looks amazing a decade from now but also remains structurally sound. We proudly help homeowners preserve the quality of their outdoor spaces across the southeast, including:
Why You Should Choose Our Sealing Services Over Pergola Staining
Pergolas are beautiful additions to homes, especially when constructed out of natural wood. Unfortunately, many homeowners cover up the beauty of the structure’s natural finish in the name of protecting it from the elements. While protection is important, you don’t have to sacrifice the appearance of your pergola. Our permanent pergola sealing services preserve the wood without covering it with a tinted coating.
When you hire our pergola and fence sealing experts in NC, SC, GA, and FL, you choose the best protective coating for your structure. Unlike pergola staining, which simply protects the wooden beams from UV rays and changes the color of the pergola, our sealant seeps into the wood’s porous surface to prevent rotting, cracking, and warping from moisture, changing weather conditions, and pests. You can’t get results like this anywhere else.
When Should You Use a Pergola Sealant?
You can request our pergola and fence sealing services in NC, SC, GA, and FL at any point. The sealant can be applied on new, aged, painted, or stained pergolas. However, for the best results, you will want to invest in permanent pergola sealing when the structure is brand new or under a year old.
It’s also helpful to note that current weather conditions have little effect on when we can apply the pergola sealant. As long as the temperatures remain above 40 degrees Fahrenheit, we can seal your wooden structure. Rain will not even keep us away, as the surface needs to be saturated to activate the product anyway.
The Importance of Sealing a Wood Fence
Wood fence posts and boards are highly susceptible to rotting and warping due to exposure to moisture on a frequent basis. Instead of watching your privacy fence decay, turn to our experts for pergola and fence sealing services in NC, SC, GA, and FL. Sealing your fence in Charlotte, NC, Raleigh, NC, Wilmington, NC, Greenville, SC, Atlanta, GA, Jacksonville, FL, or Tampa, FL will ensure that your privacy barrier remains intact and beautiful for decades to come.
Can You Still Hire Fence Staining Professionals After the Fence Is Sealed?
Our wood fence sealant restores the natural appearance of the material, but if you prefer a different color, you can invest in fence staining or painting after the seal has cured (which takes about 60 days). By staining the fence after sealing it, you ensure the stain lasts three to four times longer than normal, making it a great long-term investment!
Why Should You Hire Professionals to Apply Your Wood Fence Sealant?
While some homeowners believe it will be easier to seal the fence themselves, it’s always wise to rely on a professional fence sealer rather than DIY methods. Here’s why:
- You Will Enjoy Unbeatable Results: Permanent fence sealing cannot be effectively achieved without the assistance of professionals who have trained in the process and have access to the best supplies in the industry. Our professional wood sealers understand the importance of carefully cleaning the fence and using the highest quality sealants to create a barrier against moisture and subsequent rot.
- You Will Save Time: Applying a sealant to your fence could take you hours or even days. By hiring our experts for the permanent fence sealing process, you save your precious free time for more important things — like attending your child’s soccer game or taking a load off on the couch.
- You Will Save Money: Many DIY fence coating options only last a year or two before they need to be reapplied, which can quickly add up. It’s also important to note that these coatings are not as effective at preventing rot and damage, so you will need to replace the fence sooner than if you had it professionally sealed. Our sealant lasts 25 years and can expand the lifespan of your fence.
Learn More About Our Pergola & Fence Sealing Services in NC, SC, GA, and FL
Preserve the natural beauty of your pergola and fence with the professional-grade sealant from DuraSeal. No matter if you live in Charlotte, NC, Raleigh, NC, Wilmington, NC, Greenville, SC, Atlanta, GA, Jacksonville, FL, or Tampa, FL, you can enjoy wood sealant, wood siding sealer, stone and masonry sealant, and concrete sealing services. Reach out today to request a free, no-obligation quote!