Winter can be a serious problem for all kinds of external wooden surfaces. The bitter temperature, huge amounts of moisture and strong winds can all cause issues with patios, walls and other wooden features. If you want to prevent your wooden surfaces from sustaining damage, you may need to ensure that they are treated with the best possible wood preservatives and hard-wearing woodstains. Reliable wood treatments can be the difference between having to replace a wooden surface and enjoying a comfortable environment in your garden.
Here at Paintmaster, we’re able to provide a complete range of woodstains, preservatives and wood treatments to suit your needs. We can provide surface treatments which can be used on a range of different woods.
If you’re are going to prepare your external wooden surface for winter, you need to get a move on! Most people tend to have their surfaces protected before the end of autumn, so there’s no time to waste!
If left untreated, your wooden surfaces can sustain all kinds of damage throughout winter. Sometimes, even the cold and wet atmosphere of a British autumn can cause your wooden surfaces to break down. As such, there’s no time to waste if you want to avoid these serious problems!
Failing to protect your wooden walls, patios and even wooden garden furniture can lead to a wide range of problems. Just some of the most common issues causes by the harsh winter weather can include:
If you want to avoid these issues, it is extremely important that you choose the right kind of wood treatments. As the British weather is getting increasingly unpredictable, you need to ensure your wood is prepared to deal with any difficult atmosphere.
While we’re carping on about winter damage, it is useful to note that both summer and spring can damage your wooden surfaces. The hot temperature and bright sunshine (containing potential harmfully UV rays!), when combined with spontaneous rainfall and thunder storms, can all cause wooden surfaces to suffer damage.
In addition to preparing your wood from the effects of the winter, this is also a great opportunity to carry out some essential TLC.
As we all know, water is wood’s worst enemy. It can force wooden surfaces of all kinds to swell and shrink. In many cases, it can even force the wood to twist and warp. Regular exposure to high moisture or a large amount of water can drastically shorten a wooden surface’s lifespan.
Mould is another problem for wooden surfaces in the winter. Mould can take hold of wooden surfaces extremely quickly and can lead to long-term issues and problems with structural integrity. In the winter, as soon as any surface struggling with mould freezes (or even has to deal with a light frost), it can break or easily rot away.
Wood treatments, wood preservatives and woodstains can all play a role in protecting your wooden surfaces. Finding the right kind of wood treatment is essential if you want to protect your wooden surface. These applications will deliver a wide range of great benefits to your wooden features and furniture, including:
Here at Paintmaster, we are able to deliver a comprehensive range of woodstains, wood treatments and preservatives. These hard-wearing solutions can provide years of reliable protection before needing to be re-applied. Whatever kind of wood treatment you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our team today.
Our experienced team can deliver a full range of wood treatments, including:
Whatever kind of woodstains, wood preservatives or treatments you’re looking for, get in touch today.
Over the years, the Paintmaster team has delivered a full range of industry-leading wood treatments and preservatives to all kinds of properties. Whether you’re looking for cosmetic woodstains or a reliable wood preservative for the winter months, get in touch today.
For more information on our wide range of wooden treatments, get in touch today. You can call our experienced team directly on 01663 733633. If you prefer, you can email any questions or concerns you might have to email@example.com. Our team of wood preservative and treatment specialists will get back to you as soon as possible.