Composite Deck Resealing
Best Composite Deck Resealing
If you’re looking for professional composite deck resealing in Melbourne, then contact the team at Melbourne Deck Masters.
Composite decking is a popular alternative to timber decking. Made from a synthetic blend of recycled plastic and reclaimed wood, it’s designed to be durable, hard wearing and long lasting, without the intensive maintenance requirements of natural timber.
While composite surfaces don’t require deck sanding and staining like timber surfaces, they still need some occasional maintenance. Many composite decking brands, especially older formulations, were manufactured without the inclusion of mildewcides. This means that mould and mildew are free to feed on the wood components of the composite materials. Composite deck resealing can help to prevent the build-up of mould and mildew, as well as minimising fading and UV damage and water damage.
Composite deck sealing is a quick and easy process. Our team will thoroughly clean your deck before applying a safe, non-toxic composite decking sealer that is specifically designed to seal and protect composite decking boards.
Regularly sealing composite decking is a crucial component of deck maintenance and will extend the lifespan of your deck. It ensures your decking materials remain in pristine condition and can prevent more costly repairs down the road.
Our team takes great pride in the quality of our workmanship. We deliver premium services using only the finest quality materials and products. We have nearly 10 years’ experience delivering expert deck cleaning, sealing, repair and restoration services for all types of surfaces.
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If you’re looking for professional deck sealing or deck repairs and restoration services anywhere in or around Melbourne, then contact the team at Melbourne Deck Masters today. We have extensive experience providing expert decking maintenance and repair services to homes and businesses across Melbourne including Geelong, Mornington Peninsula and the Bass Coast regions.