Residential Deck Refinishing

Revitalize your deck with a fresh makeover.

Wood decks are a wonderful addition to any home, offering both beauty and functionality. However, over time, exposure to the elements can take its toll, leading to deterioration and decay. Replacing a deck can be costly, and often, the damage goes beyond the surface, making repairs challenging.

At Tony Ekman Painting LLC., we specialize in revitalizing wood decks with top-of-the-line refinishing solutions. Our premium waterproofing treatments penetrate deep into the wood, protecting it from the effects of weather, moisture, and time. By waterproofing your deck now, you can prevent cracks, rot, and other issues before they become major problems.

Don’t wait until your deck shows signs of wear and tear. Trust the experts at Tony Ekman Painting LLC. to safeguard your investment and keep your residential wood deck looking its best for years to come.

make your deck great again

Your deck isn’t just an outdoor space—it’s an extension of your home’s personality. Preserving its protective finish not only prolongs its life but also adds to its charm. At Tony Ekman Painting LLC., we treat deck finishing like an art form, paying attention to every detail and ensuring proper surface preparation.

Say goodbye to deck worries and hello to deck delights! Spend more time lounging and less time stressing about maintenance. Give Tony Ekman Painting LLC. a call today, and let’s turn your deck into the talk of the neighborhood!

And remember, with us, what you see is what you get—no surprises or hidden costs. Our upfront pricing ensures you know exactly what you’re getting into. So why wait? Dial 515-971-3334 now!

Deck Painting & Refinishing ~ Frequently Asked Questions

Identifying and replacing damaged wood is often the most labor-intensive aspect of refurbishing a weathered deck. After repairing the deck, thoroughly power wash it and let it air dry completely. Then, focus on removing any peeling paint or finish—stripping only the necessary areas unless a color change is desired. Once stripped, sand the deck until it’s silky smooth to the touch. Finally, apply two coats of top-notch stain or sealant, allowing each coat to fully dry before applying the next.

Depending on the climate, type of wood, and foot traffic, you might need to restore your deck every 2-5 years.

The frequency depends on the type of sealant used. Good quality sealants can last several years, while standard sealants only last one year.