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Deck Refinishing Services

Call TPC The Painting Company L.L.P For Deck Refinishing in New Berlin

Your deck is an extension of your home; maintaining a protective finish will make it last longer and look better. TPC The Painting Company L.L.P's deck finishing services begin the same way as all our other projects do: with attention to detail and proper surface preparation. Our decks look like an extension of your home and are done with extremely durable products.

Give Your Outdoor Space a Fresh Start With Deck Refinishing

Sunlight, rain, and New Berlin's sometimes extreme weather conditions can cause wood to deteriorate quickly. Staining and sealing consistently helps to extend your deck's life. Our goal is to protect your deck by repelling the worst weather, and contribute to its overall appearance.

Spend more time enjoying your deck and less time worrying about it. Call the deck refinishing experts at TPC The Painting Company L.L.P to get your deck looking great fast. We know how to prepare and finish wood to make your deck one of the most distinctive in your neighborhood. Be sure to check out our great reviews and recommendations.

Know the Cost of Refinishing Your Deck

Some painting contractors offer only a very rough estimate for their deck painting and refinishing services, leaving the genuine cost of supplies and the actual cost of labor to be tallied once the job is finished. With TPC The Painting Company L.L.P, New Berlin's best deck refinishing company, there are no surprise fees or unexpected costs.

Our deck painting and refinishing experts start with a thorough review of your deck and give you a price including not just supplies or labor but the total cost of refinishing your deck. Call us today at 262-818-0960.

Deck Painting & Refinishing FAQs


How Do You Restore a Badly Weathered Deck?

The most time-consuming part of refinishing an old, badly weathered deck is identifying and replacing broken and rotten wood. Once the deck is repaired, power wash your deck and allow it to dry completely before continuing.

Next, strip areas with peeling paint or finish. You do not need to strip the entire deck unless you are changing the color. Sand your deck until it is smooth to the touch. Apply two coats of a high-quality premium stain or sealant. Allow each coat to dry completely before applying the next coat.

How Often Should I Refinish My Deck?

Depending on the climate, type of wood, and foot traffic, you might need to restore your deck every 2-5 years.

How Often Should I Seal My Deck?

The frequency depends on the type of sealant used. Good quality sealants can last several years, while standard sealants only last one year.

Ready to Transform Your Space?

Time to turn your deck vision into deck reality. Take the first step towards your painting and home improvement project by requesting a quote from our expert team. Your vision awaits - contact us today to get started!

Testimonials

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    They have painter our house twice, done the decks and will do the inside this spring 2024. I can't say enough good things about Ben and his company. Fair priced, reliable and professional!!!
    , 03/03/2024

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    We used TPC once, then again, and then again! They always do a great job and are quick & clean. Between that and a fair price, what more could you want?!?!
    , 02/02/2024

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    The TPC crew did a wonderful job with our interior and exterior paint jobs. His crew took fantastic care of the inside of our house and moving our furniture carefully. They were precise on edging and painted our vaulted ceiling with out a problem. Our cedar siding was no problem and they finished the job in a couple of days. Price was fair and customer service was a 10/10.
    , 02/01/2024

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    Wow, we are impressed! Our home's exterior needed fresh paint. Having painted it myself ten years ago, I knew how much work was involved. I also knew I didn't want to be on a tall ladder now that I'm past 60. We searched for local painters and got some quotes. TPC's price was good and they didn't try to upsell us. They also had a carpenter available to replace some trim. That my brother and sister had both used TPC made them an easy choice. Working with Ben and TPC was easy. - I requested Sherwin-Williams Emerald Rain Refresh instead of TPC's usual SW Superpaint. No problem. Ben added a modest upcharge which was about the actual cost difference to TPC. - I wanted to do some near-ground repair work before TPC painted. No problem. Ben brought me a gallon each of paint and primer, and a tube of caulk. - I asked Ben for advice (what would he do if this was his house) and he gave good advice, even though it meant less billable work for him. - I wanted a second coat in some areas, extra attention in others, and some areas skipped. No problem. Ben and his crew did everything requested and they did it very well. Ben, Adam and their TPC crew arrived yesterday and finished the last bits this morning. Our home looks great and we couldn't be happier. We would gladly hire them again (but don't expect to need to for a good, long time). PS: TPC's carpenter, Erich, was great to work with, too. His actual cost came in at about half of his original quote.
    , 06/21/2023

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    High ceilings with skylight work, did an awesome job. Staff was professional and cleaned up in timely manner. Was not pushy at all, upfront pricing that did not change after the initial estimate that was from months earlier. Will hire again for any future projects and came in at 1/2 the price of other companies in the area. They also completed work in one day which was nice and convenient.
    , 11/02/2021

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    Ben was great to work with! Made the process very easy. Him and his team did the interior of my home, 3 floors and the team did it all in a day. The work and professionalism Ben and his crew showed was top of the line. Very affordable and would have them back anytime for another project. Thank you!
    , 10/15/2021