Our dry Arizona climate can cause teak wood to fade and even split if not treated in time. Let us restore the natural beauty of your teak furniture using our advanced multi-step sanding and environmentally-friendly treatment process.
While our teak restoration process typically removes raised grains, patina and surface molds, areas with deeply penetrated molds may still leave a slight discoloration. Large splits in the wood are not repairable.
Not all wood is teak. Some brands, like Restoration Hardware, create products using other wood types and apply pressure treatment that can not be sanded out and re-treated. We suggest contacting the manufacturer for recommendations. If your wood furniture is painted, it probably is not teak since teak is appreciated for its natural beauty, therefore we do not service painted wood items.
Once your teak has been restored, we strongly recommend scheduling a Spruce-Up Service every 12 months to protect and prolong the life of your outdoor patio furniture. A $350 minimum is required for our spruce-up service, including wood frames and cushions.