Deck Staining

Have you ever had your outside deck re-stained? 

Do you know how often you need to be staining your deck? 

The answer is every 2 years. If you want to keep your deck looking as nice as the day it was installed, it’s critical that don’t put off staining your deck any longer than 24 months. By the time you reach 3 years, it may be too late. If your deck has already begun to show signs of wear-and-tear, or if it’s already beginning to look weathered, you’ve waited too long!


The Risks Of Waiting Too Long

Deck Staining

Homeowners need to be diligent in their efforts to maintain the wood on their decks. Waiting too long to re-stain your deck can have dire consequences! These consequences can range in severity from simple fading, to splintering, splitting, or even rotting. These are not easy problems to fix, and if left unaddressed, they will decrease the resale value of your home. A decrepit deck is a definite turnoff for prospective home buyers!

These issues can furthermore lead to dangerous conditions on your deck. If you’ve ever had the misfortune of walking across rotting or otherwise-unstable wood, it probably didn’t take you long to recognize the danger. So re-staining your deck isn’t just financially savvy, it also keeps you and your family safe!


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