Sandblasting Paint off Wood

Stripping paint off wood can be a tedious process.  We were able to do the job in a relatively short amount of time using our sandblaster.

An easy adjustment in set up can ensure that the wood beneath the paint is not damaged and comes out looking great, as you will see.

Even in an enclosed area like the picture you see here, sandblasting can be a viable way to remove paint from your wooden rafters and beams, and it can be performed in safe, effective manner.

Bottom line: it’s quick, effective and affordable.  Give us a call to discuss this further – we would love to hear from you.

Here is an action shot, showing the contrast between the finished and unfinished portions.  It’s as easy as “point and shoot,” you can watch as the paint quickly disappears, exposing the beautiful wood beneath.

As you can see, the finished product looks great.  We took all the necessary safety precautions and made sure that the job was done right.  Can’t wait to see what this building becomes after they are finished with the renovations.  I’ll leave you with a couple more before and after shots to demonstrate how effective this method can be.

Sand Blasting

Sandblasting Paint off Wood

Stripping paint off wood can be a tedious process.  We were able to do the job in a relatively short amount of time using our