Deck Repairs You May Need After the New Year
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...
What Is Happening to Your Deck Right Now in the Snow and Ice
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...
Why You Should Be Glad You Treated Your Deck This Past Year
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...
New Home? How to Make Sure Your Deck Reinforcement Is Up-to-date Before a Big Snowstorm
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...
What Safety Issues to Look for on Your Deck This Winter
If you’ve lived in New England all your life or just a couple of years you know the impact that winter weather can have on just about every aspect
Why Teak Is the Right Wood for Outdoor Furniture in Cold Climates
When it’s time to choose furniture for your deck and patio, SEAL-A-DECK recommends investing in teak wood furniture. We love all of the benefits that teak wood brings to
Why Our Redecking Formula Can Help You This Winter
Although the term redecking may sound like you’re getting a completely new deck, SEAL-A-DECK wants to help you understand what you are getting when your contractor suggests this service
The Best Lighting Designs for Safe Snowy Decks
If you are a homeowner anywhere in the New England area, you’re familiar with how snow can affect your home and deck. Although we are no stranger to severe
Here's How to Keep Your Patio Furniture Safe Under Your Deck During Cold Months
When getting ready for the winter weather, one thing you want to add to your to-do list is preparing your patio furniture. SEAL-A-DECK urges everyone across New England to