Frequently Asked Questions

Please read our frequently asked questions to find out more about our professional services. If your question is left unanswered, please don’t hesitate to give our experts a call.

We offer sandblasting, shot blasting, soda blasting and bead blasting. However, we are qualified in a variety of other blasting media methods. Please contact us for more details.

Sandblasting, also known as abrasive blasting, is the operation of propelling a stream of abrasive material (sand) at a surface. It is a highly effective way of removing paint, rust and visible corrosion, as well as other impurities and residue caused by a reaction from oxidation. It also helps smooth out surfaces for a flawless and restored look.

Sandblasting is performed using a much higher pressure than soda blasting. Sandblasting machinery propels from 70 to 120 psi which is why it is more effective in removing paint and rust. Soda blasting uses as little as 20 psi and shoots minuscule pieces of sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) to clean surfaces. Both methods can be used on similar things, but it depends on the size, sensitivity and strength of the surface.

Yes, sandblasting is dangerous as exposure to abrasive materials, and hazardous chemicals in the surfaces being blasted, can cause health issues. That is why you must be qualified and insured to use sandblasting machinery.

We can restore countless surfaces and objects. From wooden furniture, windows and doors to old property beams, plant machinery, classic and modern cars, fireplaces, masonry, gates, railings, headstones and so much more. Get in touch today to discuss your requirements.

No. All work carried out is performed with care and complete respect for you and your property. Most work will be completed outside if the job allows it and we strive to ensure noise and mess is kept to the bare minimum.

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