Fence Painting Services

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What kind of house catches your eye when you drive through a neighborhood? We’re guessing you’re always drawn to residences with the traditional white picket fence. While we are not recommending that you go with this style, the point is that having a well-maintained fence painting improves the appearance of both your yard and your home.

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When it comes to boosting your curb appeal, there is no easier option than to paint your fence. It not only quickly refreshes the appearance of your home, but it can also assist to extend the life of your fence. Painting your fence is a terrific option to update your outdoor space if you want a new appearance but aren’t ready to paint the entire outside of your home.

The Advantages of Fence Painting and Staining

Apart from aesthetics, there is one significant reason to consider painting or staining your fence. When you put a finish to the wood, such as paint or stain, it helps to protect it from the weather. Untreated wood can deteriorate much faster than usual when exposed to water and direct sunshine, and some species of wood can even turn gray.

As a result of the water’s reaction, wood can twist, warp, and crack. Sunlight also degrades wood over time, and when paired with moisture, it can make it prone to rotting. This is why it is critical to apply a finish—that is what contributes to the formation of a protective barrier.

When it comes to completing your wood fence, you have two options: paint or stain. Paint provides the finest amount of wood protection. It is the most effective at protecting wood from moisture and sunshine, and it can endure for up to ten years in some situations.

Many people prefer staining because it highlights the inherent grain of the wood. Stain works by penetrating deep into the wood and sealing crevices that might otherwise absorb moisture. It is moisture resistant, however, it is not as effective as paint. 

You won’t receive much UV protection (sunlight protection), therefore you’ll have to reapply it more frequently than paint. If you choose to stain, you should restain it every 3-4 years.

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Painting a fence isn’t as simple as slapping a new coat on top of an old one. If you want a smooth, long-lasting finish, some preparation is essential. To begin, the fence will need to be power washed to ensure that it is clean. Before proceeding, make sure to set down drop sheets to cover the surrounding environment.

The paint application technique varies depending on the type of fence and paint. A wood fence must be scraped, sanded, and primed in all areas with loose or flaking paint. Metal fencing should be cleaned with a wire brush as well. Metal fencing should then be primed with oxide primer or rust-inhibiting primer, while wood fences should be primed with an ordinary exterior primer.

Stain is applied with a brush to wood fences, whereas paint is applied by spraying, brushing, rolling, or a mixture of these methods, depending on the state and environment of the substrate. Following the application of the paint, it is necessary to carefully clean up, taking care to pick up any paint chips or other debris.

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Give JXF Painting a call if you need assistance painting your fence! To make a reservation, please contact us at  (647) 889-7967 or visit us online.