Architecture / Buildings

Soda Blasting

As soda blasting causes no abrasion to substrate materials (such as brick, stone and wood), it is quickly becoming the number one solution in property restoration, cleaning and protection.  We are able to safely remove decades of surface contamination and coatings to bring the host material back to its original and natural condition.  Bicarbonate of soda is particularly effective when used on a variety of substrates including oak beams, brickwork and limestone walls.

We usually complete a test patch of the area requiring cleaning, enabling us to provide an accurate quotation for works and ensuring you will be 100% happy with the end result of the process.  Simply contact us today for further details.

Soda blasting can be used to clean and restore:

  • Aggregate
  • Brass & Bronze
  • Brick
  • Canals
  • Cast Iron
  • Chrome
  • Concrete
  • Ferrous & non-ferrous
  • Fibre Glass
  • Fire & flood damaged buildings
  • Glass & stained glass
  • Granite
  • Industrial Kitchens
  • Flagstone
  • Limestone
  • Marble
  • Monument
  • Paving Slabs
  • Plastic
  • Slate alabaster
  • Stainless steel
  • Stone
  • Structural beams
  • Stucco
  • Swimming pools
  • Terrazzo, Terracotta
  • Tiles – ceramics & glazed
  • Wood
  • Wrought iron

Below are a few examples of previous work completed – keep an eye on our ‘Latest Work’ section for new projects undertaken.

Paint removal from bricks:

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Oak beam cleaning and restoration:

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 You can find further examples of our work here.

 

 

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