Welcome to our Home
Here are some of the things we can do and more!
We are mobile to serve you better
We are here to help. Our aim is to be the blast-cleaning contractor of choice, for projects large and small, and commercial and domestic market. We have worked on sandblasting projects all over the island from Campbell River to Victoria and in the Lower Mainland.
Our portfolio goes from cleaning old paint from brickwork to removing rust from metalwork; from taking dark stains, paint from wood beams to sandblasting swimming pools. We have tackled most types of sandblasting projects and have gained a good reputation.
Mobile sandblasting is our speciality. We like the challenge of undertaking the less obvious sandblasting projects too.
LETS TALK ABOUT IT!
Surface preparation is paramount for an effective and successful coating application. A substrate that is dirty, greasy, insufficiently textured, or still has old paint can mean the difference between a valuable coating investment and a failure. One of the most effective methods of substrate preparation is abrasive blasting. Abrasive blasting is the process of modifying or cleaning a substrate by blowing abrasive material at high pressure towards its surface with either air, water, Abrasive blasting (sandblasting or dustless blasting (aka wet blasting) are the umbrella terms for these processes, individually they are known by the type of media being used for abrasion. Common abrasive blasting materials include shot, crushed glass, glass bead, garnet, alumina, oxide, plastic, soda, and even walnut or coconut shell.
The popularity of sandblasting comes down to its ease of use, effectiveness, and versatility. Sandblasting can be used on aluminium, steel, iron, stone, wood, fibreglass, composites, and masonry substrates. You can sandblast a house when it needs recoating or re-stuccoing, machinery or metal pieces to remove rust or as a coating preparation, even to remove graffiti. The results of sandblasting or blast cleaning include:
- Shaping an object – Lettering and signage can be formed using sandblasting
- Removing surface contaminants – Rust, old paint, and residue can negatively impact a coating
- Smoothing a rough surface – For aesthetics or to improve the working of moving parts
- Roughing a smooth surface – For applying a powder coating or other coating type.