This was a unique old log home. We started by sandblasting the exterior complete and then hand sanded it for a smooth finish. We then applied a borate treatment to help stop log rot and bugs from entering the wood. Next was an application of life line stain and clear coat. The last step was to apply a new layer of perma chink.
This log home was a typical one that the homeowner had not kept up on the maintenance and the stain was failing. We corn blasted the old finish off, caulked the exterior complete then applied a new coat of stain.
This was a simple maintenance job. We washed off the direct and dust, repaired the chink and caulk then applied a fresh clear coat to help repel water plus it has a UV blocker to keep the sun from breaking down the stain.
The old Sikkens stain was failing and peeling off this house. We corn blasted the old finish off, repaired the caulking around all doors and windows then applied a fresh coat of Sikkens natural stain.
This cottage was sand blasted, hand sanded, borate treated, complete chinking and stained with life line stain.
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