Top Coat Pro Painters Townsville

Fence Painters Townsville

Your fences spend all of their time standing in the environment; the fierce sun beating down on them, the pelting rain lashing at them, wind blown dust and debris pitting their surface, all day every day.
 
It should come as no surprise that the environment wears away the surface of your fence, making the paint work dull and causing it to crack and peel or rust.

Having us come in to paint or stain your fence will not only improve the look of your fence, but will help it withstand the forces of nature that comes against it.

The look of your fence is important. It is the thing that delineates your property. When your children play in your back yard, having a good, sturdy fence gives you confidence that they are safe. Your fence provides you a sense of security and control.

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A dully-painted, cracked and peeling fence doesn’t give you that same sense of security and control. The fence seems weaker, and that security is lessened. Perhaps you no longer have the same confidence as before that your children are secure.
 
But a newly painted or stained fence looks strong and secure, and can also be a beautiful focus point for you and your friends.

At Top Coat Pro Painters Townsville, we are not just experts at interior and exterior painting services, we are also experts in roof painting, deck, porch and patio painting … and also fence painting and staining. Your home isn’t the only place where you can project your unique personality through the use of colour; you can project it on to the fence that delineates your property as well.

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We’ve said that we provide you both fence painting and fence staining services, so it is probably a good time to mention the difference between the two, and which might be more appropriate for your fence.
 
A major difference between the two is that painting can be applied to any type of fence, while staining is only suitable for wooden fences. Paint sits on top of the surface, while stain gets right into the surface and soaks in, bringing out the natural texture and colour of the surface; this is really only appropriate for wood surfaces.
 
With paint, you have a far wider variety of colours to choose from. You can have your fence blend in to its surroundings, or really pop.

Other than surface type (i.e wood or metal), surface texture is also an important factor when deciding whether to paint or stain. Staining works best with a rougher texture, while painting works best with smooth.
 
Other things to consider are price: staining is cheaper to apply to the fence than paint as it will, most times, only require one coat, but the downside is that staining doesn’t last as long as paint, so in the long run may be more expensive. Paint peels, cracks and flakes more easily than staining, so may require more maintenance to keep it looking fresh.
 
There are pros and cons to both painting and staining, but both protects your fence surface from the environment, ensuring your fence will last longer and look great. If you still have questions over which is the best option for your particular circumstance, please call us; our expert contractors will help you make the right decision for you.
 
For all of your fence painting requirements, call us, or fill out the contact form above. We are looking forward to working with you.

We’ve said that we provide you both fence painting and fence staining services, so it is probably a good time to mention the difference between the two, and which might be more appropriate for your fence.
 
A major difference between the two is that painting can be applied to any type of fence, while staining is only suitable for wooden fences. Paint sits on top of the surface, while stain gets right into the surface and soaks in, bringing out the natural texture and colour of the surface; this is really only appropriate for wood surfaces.
 
With paint, you have a far wider variety of colours to choose from. You can have your fence blend in to its surroundings, or really pop.