Imagine this scenario: you’ve just built the house of your dreams, which is complete with an outdoor deck where you and your family can relax under the sun, and then it hits you–the deck and the fence, they are made of wood, completely exposed to the elements. What if it rains? They could swell or shrink or even rot before you even have the chance to enjoy them.
Take a deep breath and banish all those horror images off of your head. Not all is lost! There is a solution to this, and it is called waterproofing. There are two major ways you can waterproof your wooden structures and they come with their own benefits and shortcomings. Read on to find out which one suits you best!
If you want to enhance the natural beauty of the wood grain, waterproof staining could be a great method. It is obviously waterproof and preserves the natural lines of the wood, but it will also add the desired depth of color to the wood. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2ryLJQT