How We Work

There is a DIFFERENCE between "re-conditioning" and "Refinishing"!  

IRON:  Once your beautiful iron doors begin to fade and show signs of oxidizing (turning white in areas) it is a matter of time before rust and decay will start to deteriorate the quality of your door. Your iron door will be prepped and then sprayed with a product designed for iron.  There are several colors to chose from.

WOOD:  Our homeowners realize that stripping the finish off and refinishing a wood door is a time consuming and expensive process and that is why they hire and trust us.  Once the clear coat on doors begins to breakdown from the sun and other element of nature, the wood deteriorates quickly and it is important to take the steps to protect the wood as soon as possible.  That is where we come in!
 
Just adding stain or additional sealant over a door that the sealant has broken down and water and sun has begun to damage usually ends up unsightly and will not "fix" the problem long-term.  On most doors we refinish, we are finding that the doors have not been properly "sealed" along the bottom edge where the door sweep is placed over and this is a most vulnerable part of the door where rain is concerned. 
 

Unfortunately, we are finding that our homeowners often wait too long.

By the time they realize their door needs work, it is too late to save the coating and the whole door has to be stripped and refinished. The bad news is that refinishing a wood door is not cheap.

THE GOOD NEWS!

By having us "completely REFINISH" your door and do maintenance on the door every two years, depending on the exposure, the door will not have to be refinished again for a long time and will always look good.

 

We have our customers on a "tickler" system and call and remind them to check their door every 18 months to two years to see if the sealant needs to be refreshed.  Using the right products and doing the maintenance are critical to keeping wood front doors and wood garage doors looking their best.