A failed paint job can be costly to fix. And trying to fix it the wrong way can be a waste of time and money. There are many reasons why a paint job fails, and, often times, sandblasting is the only remedy to fix the situation. Failure of a paint job can happen as a result of a previous paint job being applied in bad weather or non-ideal conditions, Mill Glaze on your siding, too many coats of paint over time where the original coating simply ‘let go’, or in other rare cases, a bad paint or material selection. Essentially, the sandblasting process is allows you to start over by removing all the damaged and failed coatings until only the bare surface or ‘substrate’ remains. This is a sure way to remove all the elements that could lead to another failure down the road and ensure a lasting finish.
Our blasting process is specially adjusted to the materials and methods that best suit your project for maximum efficiency and minimal damage to your home or business. Some of the more common materials used are a crushed, recycled glass bead, dustless (wet) blasting, sandblasting, and soda blasting.
This can sometimes be a bigger job than our customers expect. We like to spend extra time going over the project and process so that you have a good understanding of what to expect. We also go above and beyond in protection so that your home or business’s interior remains clean and unaffected. Dust intrusion into your home can be a nightmare, and we know how to prevent this.
See a short video of the process and the site protection
Commonly Blasted Surfaces
- Peeling Paint Removal
- Cedar Shingle Restoration
- Clapboard Siding Restoration
- Mill Glaze Removal
- Swimming Pools
- Deck Restoration
- Steel Coating Removal/Preparation
- Brick Coating Removal/Preparation