Your home’s deck and fence are essential parts of your outdoor décor, and they’re the ideal backdrop for relaxing and socializing comfortably and in private. Taking good care of them ensures they both look great and stand up to years of enjoyment, so use this deck and fence cleaning advice as the summer starts to wind down.
Clear Away Vines and Shoots
When everything’s growing strong all summer long, you’re likely to get vines, tree shoots, shrubs and other kinds of vegetation growing around and through the slats of your deck and fence. You may also have tree branches growing over the deck or fence panels. Cut and trim nearby greenery and cut back branches that could fall during stormy weather.
Sweep and Brush Well
Your deck and fence pick up all kinds of dust, pollen and debris. Sweeping your deck and brushing your fence panels releases this dirt and grime. For stubborn materials that have settled between deck or fence slats, use a thin blunt tool like a kitchen spreader to release them by sliding it between the pieces of wood–just be careful not to nick the wood.
Call Professional Exterior Cleaners
Instead of taking your chances with the DIY deck and fence cleaners you can buy in home improvement stores, call an exterior cleaning contractor. The person who services your deck and fence has years of experience and understands which treatments will lift away mold, algae and stains to restore and rejuvenate the look of your deck and fence while also slowing future deterioration.
Need Deck and Fence Cleaning in Seattle?
Marquez Pro Painting Services is a locally owned company providing top-quality exterior and interior painting services to residential and commercial customers. As a full-service contractor, we also welcome outdoor restoration projects such as pressure washing a house, fence painting and staining, and deck staining. Contact us today for a free, no-obligation estimate for deck and fence cleaning to keep your outdoor space in great shape.
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Posted on August 14, 2022 | Published by Ignite Local | Related Local Business