Are you thinking of installing a new fence? This fence will likely play a big part when it comes to your property. It is often one of the first things people see in a front yard. It also keeps your children safe from escaping to play in the road. There are plenty of reasons why you want to do it right ad have it last a long time. However, many people don’t realize the importance of choosing the right fence stain.
Some will drastically impact the aesthetic and longevity of the fence. In this video, you will learn more.
Fence staining is a process that occurs after fence installation. Stain is normally painted on top of the fence as a final coating. This coating adds protection from the elements which results in the fence lasting longer. There are two main types of fence stains. These are water-based and oil-based stain. Each has its pros and cons. For example, oil-based stain has lower maintenance costs because it can be restrained every two to three years without having to strip off the old coat. On the other hand, water-based stains can be used in more cost climates which makes them popular in tropical climates.