Preparing your wood Will make sure your
Decking stays beautiful

Fencing and Decking, North Wales Treatments

It is a well known fact that Crib Goch in Snowdonia has been the wettest spot in the United Kingdom for the past 30 years, which has averaged a staggering 4,473 millimetres (176.1 inches) of rain. Living in one of the wettest areas of the UK we can experience a lot of harsh weather conditions. Our high rainfall is the main cause of damage to wood, as it must be damp to rot. prolonged wet periods can also cause the spreading of Algea spores, which has a detrimental effect on our wooden fence panels and decking boards, making them look unsightly. In most cases relating to decking it can also cause the surface of the wood to become very slippery and dangerous.

Take Care of your Wood

With the price of wood rising, and the increase in VAT on building materials, it pays to take preventative action and look after your wood before it’s too late. We have a wide range of treatments available at affordable rates ,however before these treatments can be applied it is essential for us to clean the wood, and remove any Algea or remnants of previous stains or paints, this vital first step leaves the wood looking smooth and even when stained or treated, avoiding a patchy finish. This is achieved with a commercial high pressure water cleaner with a brass motor enabling it to run for prolonged periods of very high pressure. It can also be fitted with an extra large cleaning attachment that makes light work of larger areas of decking, paths and driveways.

Finally after a thorough clean we will return and treat the wood with a high quality preservative with either a natural finish or your choice of colour if you prefer. we offer treatments that kill Algea spores and moss and prevent their spread for twelve months to mention only some.

Covering the following areas in Conwy, North Wales

Betws-yn-Rhos, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy, Conwy Valley, Colwyn Bay, Deganwy, Dolgarrog, Eglwysbach, Old Colwyn, Dolwen, Dolwyddelan, Glan Conwy, Llandudno, Llandudno Junction, Llanfairfechan, Llanrhos, Llanrwst, Mochdre, Penmaenmawr, Trefriw and all surrounding towns