We pride ourselves on our ability to renew your worn out, beat up wooden decks. With our proper equipment, we can power wash, stain and seal your deck back to its original look. Proper deck cleaning and staining are crucial to the longevity of your deck’s life. If done incorrectly, it can cause permanent damage. Your deck needs a heavy-duty clean that wipes away mold, mildew, and dirt that has accumulated on the surface with use and weathering.
Renew Crew has worked with chemists for 20 years to perfect 3 step deck cleaning and sealing process. Our environmentally friendly, proprietary foam lifts dirt from your wooden decks. When washed away, your deck looks cleaner but we don’t stop there. With our sealant, it protects your deck from UV rays and weathering effects so it will stay cleaner longer.
If you have a patio that is concrete, brick, stone or pavers (hardscape) instead of wood, you are still in luck! We can still use our perfected 3 step cleaning and sealing process. To begin, we will apply a special foam to your concrete surfaces. Using a safe pressure for power washing we will clean away all the dirt and vegetation that has built up. Picking the perfect amount of pressure is important to not chip away at your surface and damage your patio. Once we are done washing, we finish by coating the now-clean surfaces with a protective sealant designed to keep outside elements out and preserve and prolong the integrity of your patio.
Cleaning hardscape patio areas and wooden decks aren’t enough — they won’t stay like that forever. The third step of our system is to coat surfaces with a protective finish to keep UV rays and weathering elements from wearing down your wood and concrete.
They literally “seal” off your deck from moisture and precipitation, preventing water damage to the wood surface. Furthermore, sealants are the most effective defense against mold, mildew, and rot.
At Renew Crew, we use a semi-transparent sealant that shields your deck and patios from the sun’s harmful UV rays, which causes wood to turn an unsightly gray color over time. Using a semi-transparent sealant for deck sealing provides quality protection while still letting the wood’s beauty shine through.