Recent Review: I am a very picky customer, so I needed a lot of reassurance and very precise descriptions of how the work would be performed. All of this was given and there were no surprises. The hardest part of the project was picking the paint color. Our deck had been stained, and the option we had picked was to have it a solid color. It was helpful to purchase small sample cans at Home Depot. We got a defective decking board at HD for next to nothing and had this cut into pieces. We painted the board pieces with several possibilities, and then after narrowing down to two, painted on the actual deck to make the final cut. The biggest holdup on getting the project underway was the number of folks ahead of us and Mother Nature. Jim was upfront that we’d have a wait and this wait was extended due to rainy day after rainy day. The project is a multi step one and first the deck is cleaned. I must say, after the cleaning, it looked so nice, we were almost tempted to say just stain again … but knew better. It was not safe to walk barefooted on the deck. After the cleaning, the crew needed a certain number of dry days. We had lots of rainy days, so this took awhile. When it was our turn, the crew then spent about three days sanding, replacing boards, covering the shrubs, the black deck spindles, prepping the surface, painting, sanding some more, more painting, and then touch up. The payments were broken down into increments based on the work. The deck work is guaranteed for ten years. We are looking forward to enjoying our deck for those many years to come thanks to the Deck Armor crew!