Summer is here and what is a better time to start a deck repair, bringing it back to tip-top shape. Alaska winters are harsh on wood especially if they are not protected, resulting in decay. Acorn M/R can have your deck looking new again for the summer and preserved for the upcoming winters. From painting to building you a new deck Acorn M/R can accommodate your needs.


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Deck Stripper

$2.55 per sq.ft.

$10 per linear ft. for rails & spindles


Strip any material off bringing it back down to it’s original wood. Also helps flatten bowed deck boards.

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Scrub & Power wash

$1.10 per sq.ft.



Gets rid of mildew or flaking paint. Brightens and preps the wood for whatever type of material you decide to put on.


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Paint & Stain

$3.10 per sq.ft.

+$10 per linear ft. for rails & spindles


Paint or Stain your deck with with a material designed to protect it through many BBQ”S and cold winter nights to come.

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Deck Repair

$Price depends on job$



From a simple repair to a whole deck rebuild, we can handle the job. Give us a call today for a free estimate.


 4 ways to protect your deck

1) Inspect your Deck

   Make it a routine to give it a look over a couple of times a year, searching for loose deck boards or protruding nails in need of repair. Take everything off the deck such as toys, plants, chairs, or anything else obstructing the view of potential problem areas such as mildew or rot. Replace and problem boards and protect with a stain a paint.

2) Cleaning the Deck

   is one of the most important things you can do to maintain its beauty. Before you apply any type of sealant, you must make sure you first clean the deck of all dirt and debris. It’s a good idea to use a deck cleaner suck as Bohr All-In-One Wood and Deck Cleaner to scrub away any tough stains or mildew. Afterward, come through with a power washer to clean debris clogging the spaces between deck boards and to get rid of any tough stains. To much water pressure could damage the wood so you must be careful.Make sure to protect any plants around the deck area with plastic covering. It’s best to use a biodegradable cleaner, health and safety is the number one thing to consider when doing this type of work. That’s why it’s encouraged when using harsh chemicals to leave it to a professional.

3) Paint or Stain

   your deck to protect it for many years to come. The best finish to use is one that soaks into the wood, not one that only provides a surface layer resulting in peeling.Home Repair-Deck Restoration-Deck Stain After #1 by Acorn Maintenance RepairMost customers like to go with a Semi-Transparent Wood Stain that penetrates the wood. Easier to maintain and no need to strip once the stain fades. Clean and power wash the deck and reapply stain, simple as that.When looking for a finish to put on your deck there are 3 import characteristics to consider.

  • The finish should be water repellent or waterproof, not just “water-resistant.”
  • The finish should offer ultraviolet (UV) protection.
  • If mildew is a potential problem, the finish should contain a mildewcide, which a wood preservative does.
4) Repair

   any deck boards that are damaged, in addition, further problems will not occur. Over the years the wood holding the deck together will rot compromising its integrity resulting in a safety issue. Replace those boards as soon a possible.

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