The buildings we paint often require repairs and restoration before they can be painted. Our crews include skilled carpenters and repair technicians that have been fully trained in the Standard Painting Procedures (SPPs). All our employees, from junior to most senior, are trained in using the same procedures to execute the exterior preparation and painting work.
Because of using SPPs, our customers experience minimum deficiencies if any, uniform quality, predictable results and long-term performance.
To achieve the long-term performance for the exterior coating application, we have adapted the SPPs to suit our local weather conditions.
The following process is a typical example for exterior projects. We create unique procedures for each project whereby the work process will vary from job to job.
We use the following standard procedures for common restoration/repair items. (Please note, site conditions will dictate specific variations to the procedure).
Large cracks in concrete structures require specific procedures to seal the exterior surface and prevent water ingress and further deterioration.
There are many areas that exhibit severe concrete spalling and rebar corrosion, especially along balcony edges and on tilt-up concrete structures.