Once the snow starts to slow down and temperatures rise in the new year, you may notice some changes have occurred on your deck. Most often those signs mean that repairs need to be made. This is definitely normal for most deck owners in New England and other cold winter climates.
The winter is not a vacation time for your home’s wood deck. Rather, this is a time where your deck goes through some of its biggest tests. As decking professionals, the technicians at SEAL-A-DECK can help prepare your deck for the winter’s snow and ice to give it the best chance to make it to springtime without issue. Working with decking experts to winterize your outdoor living space is an extra assurance that you are doing everything you can to protect your decking investment. This blog will tell you a little about what your deck is going through during the bitter cold and how SEAL-A-DECK can help you avoid those issues with proper maintenance and planning.
When it comes to maintaining your wood deck and preparing it for the cold New England winter, a treatment service is like your insurance policy. Treating your deck helps it to withstand any excessive snow and ice, just like the kind we see every year. SEAL-A-DECK wants to work with you year-round to keep your deck in its best condition. If you have had a wood deck treatment this year you’ll be glad to know that you are prepared and can most likely avoid these disastrous issues.
Is your family in a new home in New England this holiday? Does that new home have a deck? If the answer to both of these questions is “yes” to both of those questions, the experts at SEAL-A-DECK want to help you take care of your investment. What you do ahead of the big snowstorms will determine how many years you can get out of your wood deck. Here are a few of our best tips for making sure your deck has the reinforcement it needs before the harsh winter weather strikes.