Treat Your Surfaces

How to Best Treat Your Surface

Take some time to consider the type of wood you’re treating, in addition to the issue you’re protecting your outdoor surface against. For example, decks made from hardwoods like teak, benefit from the addition of a decking oil, which amplifies the natural beauty of the grain and color. Softer wood materials, like pine, benefit more from waterproofing stains, since they’re more susceptible to damage from wear and water. The natural wood grain and coloration is also not as intricate or interesting, thus does not exhibit the same effect when oiled.


For added pigment, we recommend selecting a waterproofing stain. This will deliver protection from moisture, including warding off mold and mildew, while also adding a subtle tint to match the ambiance of your outdoor living space. 



Large, sunlight-dappled fence with inviting seating and planter.

Make sure your deck gets the outdoor protection you want and the seal of approval it deserves.

Stained backyard fence, half in sunlight, half in shadow.

On the fence about fence protection? We got you.

Expansive modern patio in concrete with dining set.
Brick & Masonry

We not only protect wood surfaces — but concrete, brick, masonry, and more.