Completed Homes

301 Raccoon, West Shore. Complete exterior painting109 Kokanee, West Shore. Complete exterior painting, including all the decking.109 Kokanee, West Shore.
119 Slim Dr., West Shore. Complete exterior painting, including all the decking.120 Top of the West, West Shore. Complete exterior staining.127 Kokanee, West Shore. This home was heavely cleaned and finished with one coat of Sikken's transparent stain. The results speak for themselves.


Peel Bond Success

Before. This 100 year old house owned by the Elmer's family is located at 190 Bridge St. in east Chester. It was a major undertaking as the results speak for themselves.This job was completed in the fall of 2006 and still looks prefect. We came back the following spring and power-washed all the loose paint off the metal roof, primed the roof with 1 heavy coat of Peel Bond and used Kelly-Moore's 1245 low sheen finish as tBefore
Like new.BeforeA beauty.



Caulking all the seams makes all the difference in the world especially with light colors.Caulking makes a huge difference.Before.
After.Before. Sloppy and careless.After. Perfectly sharp and clean.


Stained Homes

1403 Lassen View, LACC. This 5000 square foot masterpiece was cleaned and finished with one coat of Sikken's SRD.1403 Lassen View 2.624 E. Burnt Cedar LACC. Cleaned and finished with one coat Sikken's SRD.
The Carbones, 215 Lake Almanor West Dr. This 7000 square home was built by Chris Meyers Construction. We used 14 different colors on the interior.The exterior siding is finished with Cabot's semi-transparent oil base stain.163 Peninsula Dr. This house was finished with an acrylic stain from Lifeline. We have found that the newer acrylic stains hold up better and don't attract the dark or black mold like the oil base stains do.620 E. Burnt Cedar, LACC. We finished with 3 coats of Sikken's SRD.



Deck re-finishing begins with alot of sanding and sanding and sanding.After sanding.After staining.
Power floor sanding.Ready for staining.Rolling and back brushing 4 to 6 boards at a time allows us to work the stain into the wood and wipe up or brush out any excessive stain.


Cleaning Before Staining

Bleeding while cleaning. This is the most critical step before staining. You have to break down the old finish so the new stain can penetrate properly into the wood.Before.After. We let the cleaning solution do its work. No need for high pressure power-washing.
Notice the mold is gone. When cleaning, you always want to start from the bottom first to eliminate any streaking from the cleaning solution.After cleaning. Notice the black mold is all gone by the stairs.Finished with Sikken's SDR transparent oil base stain.
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Fully Equiped

Fully Equipped.Fully Equipped.More tools and equipment.
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