Make it Last.

Your Dex-O-Tex Weatherwear deck can last many years with just a little TLC.  Maximize the life of your deck by following some very simple maintenance instructions.  To clean your deck, we recommend washing with a mild solution like Simple Green or Ivory.  Use a soft-bristled brush to remove any residue or stains like bird or plant droppings.  Permanent stains are more likely if regular cleaning isn’t done. 

The top coat of the deck is designed to withstand normal everyday wear and direct exposure to the elements.  Over a period of time, the top coat should be resealed with Dex-O-Tex sealer.  Depending on the level of traffic on the surface, resealing should take place every 3-5 years, but definitely not longer than 7 years. 

To avoid some of the common problems associated with traffic bearing coatings like Dex-O-Tex, you should avoid putting heavy objects or heavy point loads on the deck.  Do not expose the surface to harsh chemicals or acids.  Do not roll or drag things across the deck surface.  Do not cover the deck with carpet, tile (unless installed over a compatible system), mats, etc.  Do not puncture or slice the covering. 

It is our goal to make your deck last.  As a courtesy to our customers, we mail a maintenance reminder letter that coincides with the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule.  

We offer free maintenance inspections.  Contact us today to schedule an appointment. 


Meet Frankie.

Franklin "Frankie" Le has worked for Stratton Specialty Coatings since January of 2009.  His experience in the field of deck coatings dates back to 1993 when he began as an installer.  Frankie's commitment to excellent customer service and superior installation are witnessed on every project on which he works.  We are proud to have Frankie as an employee and find it fitting that our Project Management team chose him as the Employee of The Month for March, 2011.


In The Spotlight.


Project:  Helen Woodward Animal Care Facility

Rancho Santa Fe, CA


General Contractor:  Starrett Construction, Inc.

General Contractor's Project Manager:  Matt Conners

JW Stratton Specialty Coatings, Inc. was subcontracted by Starrett Construction to install epoxy and stain throughout the newly designed Helen Woodward Animal Care Facility in Rancho Santa Fe.  Helen Woodward Animal Center is a unique, private, non-profit organization in San Diego County that, for over 30 years, has been committed to the philosophy of people helping animals and animals helping people.  The new 115,000-square-foot facility is the first phase of a four-phase project that is being completed as the nonprofit raises funds.

The project was managed by Darren Scott and installed by Robert Jimenez, Gabe Jimenez, Christian Valdez, Marcelino Espinoza, Ron Denning, Franklin Le, Francisco Valdez, Phillip Espinoza, Doug Root, and Jorge Castillo.  The new facility is scheduled to open Spring 2011.


Welcome to our new website.

We are working to develop a website that is both informative and educational to our prospective and current customers.  We strive to maintain current information and will continue to update the site on a regular basis.  Please check back for new product information, updated pictures and perhaps even your job will be highlighted within our blog.  Your feedback is always appreciated.

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