Updated: Apr 7
Over time and seasons your beautiful wood deck will begin to show its age. Despite diligent maintenance, periodic touch ups your deck will begin to crack, peal, and some areas may rot. Eventually you will need to replace the deck or at least the deck boards. However, many times you can extend the life of your original deck boards by simply filling minor cracks, holes, and gouges. Here are some pictures of a recent project where a deck was renewed by filling, sanding and refinishing. Again, a great way to extend the life of your deck by a few more years.