Every log cabin or building is different and there isn’t one “fix that fits all”. You want a recommendation for what your log home needs. Edmunds & Company offers a full array of refinishing services, depending on your particular building and how you want it to look.
There are several aspects to refinishing a log home. Sometimes people use this term to mean applying another coat of finish on their log home. Refinishing can also mean all the steps involved in removing old finish or stain and starting from “scratch” to bring the home back to its original beauty.
The first step is to determine if you need a fresh coat of stain or a more thorough refinishing job. Click here to find out more about these two options.
What’s the Difference Between Refinishing and Re-Staining a Log Home?
Refinishing means taking the logs down to fresh wood by blasting off the existing stain and applying a new coat of stain
Re-staining means simply cleaning the logs and applying another coat of stain
How to Tell if You Need One or the Other Type of Service?
You need re-staining when:
Stain is simply faded
Stain has started to wear off on some areas
Stain does not repel water any longer
If you think you just need a fresh coat of stain, click here to learn more about the Edmunds & Company re-staining service. You may need a more thorough refinishing process if:
When a professional company with the experience and expertise does the refinishing on your log home, amazing transformations can take place in its appearance. Not only are the logs protected against the elements but also the house looks updated and well cared for.
If you see some warning signs and think your log home needs the complete refinishing process, please reach out to Edmunds and Company today.