SEAL-A-DECK was founded by Michael Kaloutas in 2003, when he was a student at Salem State University.
As the son of a master painter, Michael spent his childhood immersed in paints, brushes and canvases. He was raised to have an appreciation and respect for craft, design and aesthetics. Combined with his natural drive and passion for creating beautiful spaces, he was inspired to become an entrepreneur.
Drawing on his knowledge of the trade secrets and professional techniques of furniture restorers, hardwood refinishers, and craftsmen painters, Michael devised an exclusive deck restoration system. His aims were twofold: to help his customers maintain and preserve the quality of their existing wooden decks, thereby avoiding unnecessary deterioration and costly replacement, and to create for his customers beautiful, inviting outdoor spaces where they could spend time with friends and family.
Michael also has the heart of a conservationist and preservationist, and because he always puts his heart into his work, SEAL-A-DECK conducts all of its business operations with a focus on sustainability. The company is committed to reducing deforestation and limiting the use of hazardous materials in its renovation and restoration practices.
Today SEAL-A-DECK is proud to be Eastern Massachusetts’ premier wood decking restoration, repair, and maintenance company.
All SEAL-A-DECK team members undergo extensive and ongoing wood decking restoration training, ensuring that our craftsmanship always meets the highest standard. Additionally, our team members are detail-oriented and take extreme pride in their craft. Quite simply, our team is comprised of the best in the industry.
We ensure our customers that we will always take care to:
SEAL-A-DECK’s mission is to offer convenient, expert, friendly service, always with an unparalleled dedication to customer satisfaction. When it comes to improving, maintaining and protecting your outdoor living spaces, we will consistently exceed your expectations.
Our service area includes Boston, its surrounding MetroWest, North Shore and South Shore communities, Cape Cod and the Islands.