In Fairfield County composite decks and wood structures take a beating; especially in towns like Wilton where the proximity to the sounds means the air has salt in it. In addition to our humid summers and freezing winters that alone can easily warp and deteriorate wooden decks and outdoor wood structures like pergolas, archways, stairs, pool decks and docks; areas with salty air have yet another degrading natural element to content with.
Saltwater is dangerous and it is at work all the time. Both metal and wood can fall victim to the damages of corrosion but things like decks, wood fences and other wood structures are particularly susceptible as they are exposed to salt in the air’s moisture all the time, we see a lot of seawater corrosion in our repair work and know-how to help.
If your deck or wooden structure is starting to show its age and is looking a little lackluster after years of wear and tear, look to our team at Fairfield Wash and Seal for help. Our decking teams can help repair and replace old wood, patch, cap, and rehab wooden structures, then clean, stain and reseal them so they look great for years to come. Most homes here in Wilton and along the coast of the Sound were built with salt water consideration but was your deck, porch or pergolia? It is not to late to add care elements to ensure they stand strong for years to come.