San Diego, CA
JCE Painting can take care of all of your wood staining needs in San Diego. Our painting experts have all the skills necessary to provide high-quality finishes on all wood surfaces from fences to decks.
Our painting contractors will arrive on time, properly prep the area, then choose the perfect stain.
Your exterior wood probably is under constant attack from the elements including the sun, rain, and wind if you live further east. If you live in a place like Pacific Beach, you’ll also have to deal with sand ruining your exterior finish and wood.
If any of this is the case, give JCE Painting a shout by filling out one of the forms on this page or clicking our phone number to schedule a free estimate.
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Is It Time To Restain Your Wood?
There are many benefits to staining your exterior wood including protection from rot and bugs, preventing water damage, and avoiding discoloration and fading. Wood surfaces that are left untreated will have years taken off their lifespan. We suggest you restain or paint your wood every two to three years.
To Hire Us
At JCE Painting, our goal is to give homes and commercial buildings in Clairemont, Carmel Valley, La Mesa, Tierrasanta, Pacific Beach, and surrounding San Diego areas a fresh new look. Using premium paint and we can transform ordinary spaces into beautiful living and working areas.
Reasons why you should choose us for your next painting project:
1. With over three decades of experience, we’ve seen it all when it comes to painting and can handle anything.
2. Our founder and CEO is on EVERY job to ensure top quality work.
3. Our work is backed by a 5-year warranty and a “you don’t pay until you’re satisfied” guarantee. (we’ve only ever had one customer call us on our warranty)
Our Wood Staining Services
Our wood staining services include:
- Bleaching & brightening
- Protective coats
- Staining & refinishing
Our Wood Staining Process
Our wood staining process includes choosing the perfect stain, cleaning and sanding the wood before applying the stain, applying multiple coats, and using a sealant to protect the wood and add to its lifespan.