Here’s where the + comes in
+Concrete, Stucco and Wood Repair
When a paint system fails or is left too long without maintenance, the surface on which the paint is applied often requires repair or restoration. Typical concrete restoration includes removing spalls by chipping and grinding, repairing and replacing rebar, conditioning the repair area, packing the area with the appropriate concrete and finally, finishing to match the existing surfaces. Wood repair may include the removal and replacement of siding, fascia and barge board. Often our wood replacement projects involve some structural repair prior to installing the new wood. Stucco restoration may be relatively simple like repairing and matching stucco finishes for small repairs or more challenging stucco restorations that require the removal of an entire stucco system in large areas and then completely rebuilding the stucco system.
+Rope Access and Swing Stage
High rise projects often involve difficult access from high elevations with extreme exposure. Our team of certified rope access specialists can handle any number of situations. We have performed painting, caulking and restoration from rope access on multiple projects. We work closely with anchor installation companies to ensure the anchor system is certified and when needed we can help plan for additional anchor installations.
For some projects, we chose to work from swingstage. If your building is accessible via swingstage, we have certified riggers, who ensure that the system is installed safely and effectively to maximize efficiency and save your money.
Our restoration projects usually include the installation of pedestrian walkways or hoarding for safety. Our scaffolding suppliers can help assess your site to ascertain which systems are required to maximize safety for pedestrians and your tenants.
+Caulking and Sealants
Restoration projects usually include removal and replacement of existing caulking and sealants. Our caulking and sealant projects typically involve two specific areas: window frame perimeters, where dissimilar surfaces meet, and expansion joints. In both instances, the process includes removing the existing caulking, cleaning the exposed joint, new backer rods are installed when required and then the new caulking is installed. There are many different caulking products on the market, acrylic, polyurethane and silicone, all of which have unique features and benefits. Our projects managers will work with you to specify the appropriate caulking for your project.