Staining Cedar Siding, Cedar Shakes, Etc.

Staining cedar siding and other wood siding keeps the wood from rotting, and improves it’s appearance. Wood siding like cedar is often left to age naturally over time because many people like the old world grayed look of cedar shake or lap siding. This gray aged look has become quite popular in different locales for wood siding, but unprotected siding will rot and decay. Our cedar siding staining can make your cedar shakes or even cedar lap siding look fabulous, and protect it from moisture, mold, and rot.

Cedar, redwood, and other domestic hardwoods are naturally hardy and resistant to insects, but they are still subject to damage from the sun’s UV rays, rain, mildew, mold, and fungus. Our wood siding staining and restoration processes help nourish and protect your wood siding, massively improve curb appeal, and ensure the longevity of your home’s siding. If your wood siding is aged and weathered, our cedar siding staining and wood restoration can actually increase the value of your home, and provide a good return on investment, not to mention make it look amazing.

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This cedar siding had weathered for over ten years before we restored it, and was literally black, but our process easily restored it’s appearance and it is now both beautiful and properly protected.

Much of today’s cedar is not like the old heart wood of decades past. Today’s cedar is harvested much younger, and does not have as much of the natural protection old growth cedar and redwood do. Pressure treated lumber is the same story. No wood is immune to the damaging effects of the sun and water absorption. We can help protect your wood and save you money on costly repairs. Staining cedar siding and other wood siding gives it back the protection it needs, and makes any building with cedar shakes, cedar siding, or other wood siding  really stand out.

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When it comes to weathered wood siding, often times we see that the south facing side of the home is exposed to more abuse from the sun, while the north side is often subject to more mold, mildew, and fungus growth. Our wood siding staining and restoration can remove the mold and mildew, and protect your home from UV exposure and moisture.

Benefits Of Staining Cedar Siding and Our Restoration Process

  • No chipping, peeling, flaking coatings. We use high quality oils that both nourish and protect your wood.
  • Lower future maintenance costs after initial restoration.
  • Improve curb appeal and make your home look amazing.
  • Beautify your home and make it a healthier environment.
  • Save money on costly wood replacement.
  • Enjoy coming home to a beautiful house.
  • Preserve and maintain your wood siding to ensure longevity.

Learn about our staining and restoration processes.

That “desirable” gray color on your wood siding is actually a sign of degradation of the wood fibers on the surface, and this graying will darken over the years of exposure. The gray surface is like a bad sunburn, but even worse, these grayed fibers are permanently damaged, and must be removed to reveal sound, healthy layers of wood that lie underneath before staining. However, with our process for staining cedar siding, your weathered wood siding can look fabulous without the gray, and if gray is your thing, there are stains that can give you this color and protect the wood at the same time. No matter what, staining your cedar siding can give you the look you want, and the protection you need.

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Your weathered wood siding can look fabulous again, and our process will both protect your home and save you money on maintenance.

The graying of wood actually signals the start of structural damage to the wood, and should be remedied immediately. In fact, on woods like cedar siding, this graying can occur in as little as 30 days! It’s preferable to stain your Jacksonville wood siding to a color that appeals to you, than to let it waste away, unprotected from the elements. We can thoroughly improve the look of your weathered wood siding and make your home or other wood structure a cleaner, healthier environment.

In the past cedar was harvested from “heartwood” which was full of resins and oils that helped it resist rot, decay, and insect damage, but today’s cedar is not the same. Much of it is younger second growth trees, which consists of softer sapwood. It is not nearly as resistant to all of the biological enemies exterior wood is exposed to. Staining cedar siding, and other types of wood siding will help ensure it’s protected properly.

If you want your weathered wood siding to last, and you want it to look great at the same time, give Weathered Wood Restoration LLC a call now, or fill out our contact form.  To safeguard your wood against the elements, contact us. We are qualified, certified wood care professionals, and we understand what your wood needs best.

If you are looking for Jacksonville deck staining, fence staining, pressure washing, or exterior wood restoration CALL US NOW AT (904)304-0810 or fill out our online request form here. See more staining cedar siding at our Facebook page.