Wood Staining

At SAUGA PAINTERS, we are proud to say that we are a certified wood staining company. We have extensive experience working on all sizes of commercial and residential projects, and will work quickly and efficiently to minimize disruption to your home or business. We only use premium stains that provide superior protection and that bring out the natural beauty of the wood.

We are also skilled at matching an existing stain color or shade. By hiring our experienced team, maintaining and protecting your stained wood doesn’t have to be a overwhelming task anymore.

Our Wood Staining Services Include:
  • Stripping
  • Staining & Refinishing
  • Solid Body & Semi-Transparent Stains
  • Custom Stains & Antique Finishes
  • Custom Stains & Antique Finishes
  • Protective Coats
  • Solid Body & Semi-Transparent Stains
  • Bleaching & Brightening
  • Protective Coats
  • Staining & Refinishing
  • Solid Body & Semi-Transparent Stains

We Specialize In These Surfaces:
  • Wood Siding
  • Thresholds
  • Doors & Windows
  • Decks & Rails
  • Fascia & Eaves
  • Gates

Signs You Need Wood Staining Services

1. Scratches Everywhere

When you notice a lot of scratches on your floor, you need to think about staining it or refinishing it, whichever you prefer. It's not a problem if there are a few scratches on your wood, but if the same scratches have already wore away the stain, then it may be time to refinish your wood floor or stain it.

2. Boards are Graying

It is time to have your hardwood flooring stained or refinished if you see any boards that are turning gray in color. Because it is a clear sign that the polyurethane is wearing off and your hardwood floors are beginning to absorb water, whether it is rain, spilled drinks, snow, etc. Even after this, if you do not repair, stain, and refinish your wood floors quickly, it will start absorbing moisture until it turns black.

3. Boards Turn Black

Guys, if you notice some of your wood floors are beginning to turn black, it is too late. You now have two options: you can choose to stain the rest of your floor darker to make it blend in, or you can replace those particular boards. Well, I must admit that the second option is a little more expensive, but it will help keep your floor in better shape in the long run.

4. Water Damage to the Floor

Look for water damage on your wood flooring, or if water started seeping into your floor, it's time to stain or refinish your floors. Check it yourself if you want. The best way to restore worn flooring is to pour about a tablespoon of water on it. Refinishing or Wood Floor Staining in Los Angeles is more urgent the faster the water soaks into the floor. If you wait too long, even a little bit of water and moisture can damage the wood, so stain or refinish as soon as possible.

5. Identifying Worn-Out Areas on Hardwood Floors

It is undeniable that wood wears out with time, but if your hardwood is wearing out of the blocks or your floor's stain is fading, it is best to get it stained/refinished ASAP.