Sandblasting or cob blasting your log home is the best way to bring back her beauty
Sandblasting and cob blasting are important tools in log home restoration… but let’s face it. That’s not the real reason you have it done. It’s because the stain is faded or the finish is starting to peel or because no stain or sealer was ever applied and the logs are getting blackened or gray. In other words, your lovely old log home is looking sad and shabby.
But there are even more important reasons to do this… logs need to breathe. And if there is too many layers of old finish on the logs, they can start to retain too much moisture and that’s the beginning of rot.
Check out what sandblasting can do to remove old, faded finish.
This process can reveal hidden problems.
Sometimes, hidden problems are revealed when all the old finish is removed. This makes it obvious which damaged logs need to be repaired or replaced.
Edmunds & Company likes to use a natural and non-toxic borate preservative to protect the logs before we apply a new stain to reveal the beauty of the logs and remind you why you fell in love with the place.
To learn more about the borate treatment we use, click here for information about the PeneTreat brand boron preservative.
Don’t trust just anyone with the refinishing of your log home. Edmunds & Company has over 30 years of experience doing this work. We can return your home to its original beauty.
It is important to have your log home refinished by a company that has experience and commitment to customer satisfaction. Call Edmunds & Company for an estimate at 715-373-5744 or contact us.
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- Cleaning exterior logs – routine maintenance for a log home