Sound Barrier Wall

Jared Vazales, a landscape designer in Santa Barbara, California, contacted SEAL-ONCE for assistance in protecting and preserving a unique sound barrier wall in Montecito, California.

He and his team had designed and were constructing a 1,185-foot-long wall utilizing the end cuts of Eucalyptus logs and required long-lasting protection against rot and decay from water damage.

We recommended SEAL-ONCE Multi-Surface Concentrate with NANO GUARD, clear formula, that will not alter the appearance or end grain pattern. The result is an architecturally-unique, eco-friendly and aesthetically pleasing sound barrier wall.