Deck Painting

When it comes to caring for and enhancing your deck, there are typically three goals:

  1. Keep it beautiful

  2. Protect the surface

  3. Enjoy the most value possible for your maintenance dollar

Semi-transparent and translucent stains are typically the go-to option for achieving these goals, especially thanks to the incredible variety of products that can bring just about any vision you might have to life.

But did you know that you can also coat your deck with an elastomeric paint? And, we can help.

What Are the Benefits of a Solid Coating for Your Deck?


Endless color options! As we mentioned above, there are a lot of deck coating options, but solid coatings open up a whole other world of possibilities.

  • Easier maintenance! Elastomeric paint creates a smooth surface, making routine cleaning (and even gentle pressure washing) simple.

  • Surface protection! Yes, semi-transparent stains offer protection, but opacity shields against UV damage and moisture even more effectively. You don’t have the natural look that a semi-solid or translucent stain offers, but you do have a durable barrier.

  • Longer-lasting finish, depending on a variety of environmental factors and level of use. In fact, elastomeric paint can last 2-3 times as long while costing the same!

Just bear in mind that once you commit to a solid product, it’s very difficult to reverse the process. We would recommend talking to us about your specific style, maintenance, and budget goals before making a decision. Our team can walk you through the process, ensuring that you are left with the perfect solution for your needs.

Is a Solid Coating the Right Choice for Your Deck?

Semi-transparent stains are beautiful when your deck is in good condition, but if the surface is uneven or you’re trying to cover a previous coating, a solid stain or elastomeric coating is likely a good option for you. Factors like existing sun and rain damage on your deck boards can cause your new stain to take a lighter or darker look in places, adding to the difficulty level of using a semi-transparent or translucent stain over a worn surface.  

Solid stains and elastomeric coatings are extremely forgiving, making them a perfect solution for bringing new life to an older deck.

A Closer Look At Our Deck Painting Process

Here at Nash Painting, details are everything, and this starts with thorough preparation:

  • One day prior to coating, we pressure wash your deck to remove dirt, algae, pollen, dust, mold, and loose or failing coatings

  • We then apply one coat of product

  • Typically, we spray and back brush

  • If you prefer a brush-only project, please let us know in advance

We exclusively use Sherwin-Williams SuperDeck products, a choice that we believe in and have seen perform exceptionally over and over again.

You Can Trust Nash Painting with Your Deck Painting and Maintenance!

  • 2018 Best Painters in Nashville by Expertise

  • 2019 House & Home Reader’s Favorites Winner

  • PDCA Member

  • Top-rated on Google and Yelp

  • 2018 Angie’s List Super Service Award

  • 2019 Best of Houzz Service Award winner

The Nash Painting Difference

Nash Painting is widely considered to be the authority in deck staining for the Nashville, Franklin, and Brentwood areas! We’ve got 15 years of experience staining decks, and we’ve picked up a few tricks during the last decade and a half! 

When you hire us, you’re not just paying to have your deck stained, you’re also paying for peace of mind! We’re known for delivering excellent results, and your deck will be no exception. You’ll be able to rest easy at night knowing that you won’t need to even think about staining your deck for another 2 years.

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Coverage / Service Area

Nashville, Franklin, Brentwood, and Beyond!

Our residential coverage / service area includes all of the Nashville Metropolitan area as well as surrounding regions of Middle Tennessee. If your city is not specifically listed below, feel free contact us to find out if your city is covered!

Davidson County

  • Belle Meade

  • Berry Hill

  • Forest Hills

  • Goodlettsville

  • Nashville

  • Oak Hill

Maury County

  • Columbia

  • Mount Pleasant

  • Spring Hill

Williamson County

  • Brentwood

  • Fairview

  • Franklin

  • Nolensville

  • Spring Hill

  • Thompson's Station

Wilson County

  • Lebanon

  • Mt. Juliet

  • Watertown

Bedford County

  • Bell Buckle

  • Normandy

  • Shelbyville

  • Wartrace

Rutherford County

  • Eagleville

  • LaVergne

  • Murfreesboro

  • Smyrna

Sumner County

  • Gallatin

  • Goodlettsville

  • Hendersonville

  • White House

Marshall County

  • Chapel Hill

  • Cornersville

  • Lewisburg

  • Petersburg

Disclaimer: Nash Painting will not assume the responsibility of matching stain colors from brands other than Sherwin Williams.  Please select Sherwin Williams colors or contact your sales rep to have materials removed from your proposal.  We will provide a gallon count for you to provide the brand of your choice.  Purchase this product as close to our start date as possible to avoid color separation.