Solutions for Wood Surfaces

SealMaxx wood sealant creates a permanent, effective seal to protect against moisture, acid, mold, and more, while at the same time strengthening wood. It protects without staining or discoloring so your existing deck staining or paint color can shine through. Whether your wood is new or previously untreated, SealMaxx wood sealant can add years to its life.

Advantages of Applying a Sealant

There are numerous advantages to applying a SealMaxx sealant:

  • Environmentally safe
  • A one-time application procedure
  • Leaves a clear, natural finish without a surface membrane
  • Enhances the grain in wood
  • Provides a surface for better bonding of varnish, paint, stains, and adhesives
  • Seals, waterproofs, preserves, and hardens wood
  • Penetrates the wood and forms an internal seal
  • Does not change the physical characteristics of the wood
  • Slows seepage, dampness, mold, fungus, and warping
  • Results in a nonslip surface

Where to Use

Our sealant works great on many different types of wood:

  • Cedar
  • Cedar shakes
  • Pine
  • Spruce
  • Other wood
  • New or previously treated wood

Why You Should Choose SealMaxx

The SealMaxx product offers exceptional protection and peace of mind for property owners:

  • Fire retardant
  • Wood retains the natural color longer
  • Slows warping and dampness
  • Hardens and densifies wood
  • Slows weathering
  • Slows rotting, mold, mildew, and fungus
  • Enhances the grain of wood

SealMaxx Wood Stain Options

In addition to sealing your wood surface, we offer several wood stain options. Add richness to your surface with one of these stains. We use Ready Seal® oil-based, semi-transparent stains.

These stains provide UV protection for your wood, which complements the moisture protection SealMaxx sealant offers. Stains are a blend of resin, pigment, oil, and algaecide to protect the surface from the elements. Stain can usually be applied within 1 or 2 weeks after the sealant process and works on all types of wood. The average time is 3 to 5 years before you need another application.

The following stain colors are available. Note that how they look when applied may vary depending on the type, age, and condition of the wood.

  • Natural Cedar
  • Dark Walnut
  • Mahogany