Below are some pictures of before and after
The first group of pictures are Blast Cleaning and the others are Chemical stipping or chemical cleaning.
Hover your curser over the picture for discription.
Returned to its former glory
from this house
Ready for the new owner
These arches are going to be Blasted
The arches were the inside of a farm building that is in the process of being converted into a Kitchen
Lightly Blasted Arches
These arches were covered in whitewash and other paint, plus the many years of farmyard soiling. These are ready for the windows to be fitted into and will add a real nice feature to the Kitchen
Blasting of stonework
These old pig sheds are being converted into living accommodation, all sorts of muck, paint and fire smoke damage over the surface of the stone
Pig sheds finished
Here we have again blasted the stonework prior to the windows and doors being fitted,
Heavily painted stonework
we have been called in to carry out blasting of this stone building to remove the paint
Here is our sample
Here we have carried out a sample for the customer to see what we as a company can achieve and to see what her house would look like returned to stone, I am very pleased to add we did get the job and the customer was well pleased with our service.
Dust free paint removal
Here we are removing the paint from the brickwork dust free blast cleaning.
After the paint has been removed dust free
This has come up really well considering the amount of time it has been covered in paint. This was using our dust free blast cleaning method
The cleaning of wooden beams
Here we have been called in to clean the wooden beams before the painting is carried out on this barn conversion, this is now a hotel and these will be on show in the bedroom
Wooden beams restored
Here are the beams returned to their former glory and when the decorating has been completed this bedroom will be amazing in this hotel
This house, painted with floor paint
This house was painted with floor paint, it was holding in damp and it had a rubber finish, the customer said he would be very surprised if we could remove it
Floor paint removed from house
As you can see we have removed the rubber floor paint from the surface of this house, we tried many different methods from chemically stripping to the lightly blasting, in the end we used a mixture of our abrasives that gave the building a whole new look, and hence to say the customer is over the moon with the results
The beginning of chemical stripping
Here you can see how the many years of coatings being removed, you will be amazed how well this looks when finished.
Here we have removed the paint from this house by chemical stripping, and as you can see no damage has been incurred by this method
Paint on the inside of porch area
The paint on the inside of this porch has to be removed before the new doors are fitted, this method shall be carried out by chemical removal
The paint has been removed and now ready for the doors.
Chemical Stone Cleaning
As you can see from our sample on the bottom area of this large house, the stone looking really nice.
Chemical Stone cleaning
Here is the same house cleaned back to its former glory
Majestic building Darlington
Chemical paint stripping from the iconic Majestic Building to remove all the black paint from the stain glass windows and marble surface, this is in a real state as you can see
Chemical paint stipped
Here is the Majestic building in Darlington town centre, The art deco is really nice with all the original features returned to their former glory
Majestic Darlington finished
Now the building has been Chemical stripped and returned to its yester year, it looks so nice now with all the black paint removed