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Deck Staining in Stow, MA

Transform Your Home in Stow, MA with Professional Deck Staining. JK Painting Service Corp offers specialized services to revitalize your outdoor spaces.
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These guys did a fantastic job painting my house. They were fast, clean, and professional, and they were reasonably priced. We had several construction delays, but they were extremely flexible and they worked around our schedule even though it was an inconvenience. I highly recommend Juan and his team.
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So pleased with JK Painting Service. I love the work! Team was professional, neat, and did beautiful job. Highly recommend!
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The JK Painting crew did an excellent job power washing and painting our front porch and steps. They were quiet, efficient, did a meticulous job, and cleaned up afterwards. Highly recommend!
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Enhancing Curb Appeal with Deck Staining in Stow, MA

Worker Applying Deck Oil On Decking Boards With Deck Staining

Why Deck Staining is Essential in Stow

In Stow, MA, the importance of maintaining your deck cannot be overstated. At JK Painting Service Corp, we’ve seen how a well-stained deck adds beauty to your home and protects it from the elements. The weather in Middlesex County can be tough on wood, causing damage if not properly maintained. That’s where our deck staining service comes into play, offering aesthetic and protective benefits.

Our process begins with a thorough evaluation of your deck. We check for any signs of wear and prepare the surface for staining. This step is crucial to ensure the stain adheres appropriately and lasts longer. Using our extensive knowledge and experience, we apply the stain carefully, ensuring every part of your deck is covered evenly. This not only enhances its look but also helps protect it from water damage, sun fading, and other environmental factors.

At JK Painting Service Corp, we understand that your deck is an important part of your home in Stow, MA. It’s where you gather with family and friends, enjoy the outdoors, and make memories. That’s why we are committed to providing a service that makes your deck look great and extends its life. Regular staining by professionals like us can keep your deck in top condition, ensuring it remains a source of pride and enjoyment for years.

Local Expertise: Our deep understanding of Middlesex County’s climate and wood care needs ensures your deck receives the best treatment.

Quality Materials: We use only the highest quality stains, providing a finish that lasts longer and protects better.

Customer Satisfaction: At JK Painting Service Corp, your satisfaction is our priority. We ensure every project meets our high standards of excellence.
Timber Outdoor Covered Deck With Freshly Oiled Australian Spotted Gum

Our Professional Deck Staining Process at JK Painting Service Corp

At JK Painting Service Corp, our deck staining process in Stow, MA, is designed to give you the best results. We start by thoroughly cleaning your deck. This step removes dirt, grime, and any old stain, preparing the wood for the new stain. We then choose the right type of stain for your deck, considering factors like wood type, color preference, and the deck’s exposure to weather.

Our skilled team applies it precisely once we have prepared the deck and chosen the right stain. We ensure even coverage, essential for a consistent look and long-lasting protection. Our team is trained to pay attention to detail, ensuring every inch of your deck looks perfect and well-protected.

After the staining is complete, we provide tips on maintaining your deck. This includes advice on cleaning and when to plan for re-staining. Our goal at JK Painting Service Corp is to leave you with a beautiful and durable deck that enhances your home in Stow, MA. We take pride in our work and want you to enjoy your outdoor space.

Timber Outdoor Covered Deck With Freshly Oiled Australian Spotted Gum

Tailored Deck Staining Services in Stow

Every home and deck in Stow, MA, is unique. At JK Painting Service Corp, we offer tailored deck staining services to meet your needs. We start by understanding your vision and preferences. Whether you want a natural look that shows off the wood’s grain or a bolder color, we have the expertise to deliver your needs.

We consider the specific characteristics of your deck, such as its age, previous treatments, and wood type. We also take into account the local climate in Middlesex County. Our aim is to provide a stain that looks great and offers long-lasting protection against the local weather conditions.

At JK Painting Service Corp, we are committed to providing personalized service that exceeds your expectations. We work with you every step of the way to ensure that the final result reflects your style and enhances the beauty of your home in Stow, MA. Our professional approach and attention to detail ensure that your deck becomes a highlight of your home, adding value and enjoyment to your outdoor living space.

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Previous to its incorporation in 1683, Stow was called Pompositticut Plantation. Stow was officially incorporated in 1683. The earliest Colonial settlers, c., were Matthew Boon and John Kettell, who settled the land of Tantamous (Jethro), a Native American, whose land was called “Pompocitticut.” Boon settled by a pond (later bearing his name: Lake Boon) with a vast tract of land surrounding him. It is said that he traded all this for a single jackknife. A monument bearing his name is located on the plot of land where he formerly resided. John Kettell took up residence in a portion of land in the southwestern corner of Stow where another monument marks the alleged site of his farm. Both families were affected by King Philip’s War, an attempt by Native Americans to drive out colonists. Boon and Kettell were killed. Their families had been moved to other locations, and survived. The area that was to become Stow was not resettled by colonists for several years.

The original development of Stow-a mile east of the current center, became known as Lower Village after a meeting hall, and later, churches, were built to the west. The old cemetery on Route 117/62 is officially Lower Village Cemetery. On October 28, 1774, Henry Gardner, a Stow resident, was elected Receiver-General of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, the government of Massachusetts during the American Revolution. After the war, Gardner served as state treasurer. Gardner’s grandson, also Henry Gardner, was the governor of Massachusetts from 1855 to 1857.

As with many colonial era Massachusetts towns, Stow started with a large area and gave up land as newer, smaller towns were created. Stow ceded land to Harvard (1732), Shirley (1765), Boxborough (1783), Hudson (1866) and Maynard (1871). Stow lost 1300 acres (5.3 km2) and close to half its population to the creation of Maynard. Prior to that, what became Maynard was known as “Assabet Village” but was legally still part of the towns of Stow and Sudbury. There were some exploratory town-founding efforts in 1870, followed by a petition to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, filed January 26, 1871. Both parent towns opposed this effort, but state approval was granted April 19, 1871. The population of the newly formed town-at 1,820-was larger than either of its parent towns. In return, the new town paid Sudbury and Stow about $23,600 and $8,000 respectively. Sudbury received more money because it owned shares in the railroad, the wool and paper mills were in Sudbury, and more land came from Sudbury.

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