Wood Restoration

The most important thing for any consumer to know is that wood restoration takes knowledge, skill and experience to ensure the job is done correctly. The pressure of a power washer in inexperienced hands can cause irreparable damage in a matter of seconds. Washing wood at up to pressures of 3,000 PSI (pounds per square inch) can destroy wood and similar surfaces! Using a contractor with experience, knowledge of the right cleaners, and the proper equipment, is the most cost-effective way to get the job done. That's why it's important to use an established, experienced contractor like City Clean.

  • Our wood restoration processOpen or Close
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    1. Gently remove mold and mildew using our soft-wash system;
    2. Neutralize the wood to brighten and bring back the wood’s natural PH;
    3. Lightly sand the deck floor and top handrails;
    4. Hammer loose nails, where needed; and
    5. Applying a sealer or stain (options below)
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  • Wood Sealer and Stain OptionsOpen or Close
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  • Color and Stain OptionsOpen or Close

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  • Fence RestorationOpen or Close

    Fences are a vital part of your property and can be very expensive to replace.
    Our low-pressure wood restoration system will bring the natural beauty back to your fence and add years to its life.

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  • Pier and Dock RestorationOpen or Close

    Bring back the natural beauty of your dock and preserve the wood from the harsh elements. We offer an environmentally friendly sealer and stain that will not drip into the water.

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  • Specialty WoodsOpen or Close

    Special Wood

    Brazilian walnut, IPE (pronounced ee-pay) wood is typically found in South America and Central America. In recent years this wood has become a popular choice for consumers for several reasons. For starters it is one of the densest woods available, which means it’s very durable. It also has a natural oil that keeps bugs out; and it's resistant to mildew and decay, which makes it ideal for humid environments and coastal construction. IPE wood lasts a minimum of 25 years, although many architects say it can last up to 50 years if maintained properly. Your wood needs to be gently washed and oiled on a routine basis. We always apply the product by hand to force it deep into the pores. Due to the wood’s density, we highly recommend repeating this process on a yearly basis.

    Cedar Wood is another great option for its beauty, versatility and sustainability. This highly desired wood is also durable and naturally resistant to rot, decay and insects, allowing it to last longer than pine if properly maintained. Cedar is very soft and needs special attention to ensure that the wood is not damaged when cleaned. Our experienced staff will take great care to routinely maintain your deck in a professional manner to ensure that you get years of enjoyment out of your investment.

Yes, we can bring our own water!