We make bricks from clay. They have a classic earthy finish because of their natural composition. In addition, this ensures their durability. It is often the case that brick structures last longer than those made of wood, cement, and other materials. Several centuries have passed since some brick structures were built. The temperatures and moisture in extreme climates can cause brick structures to deteriorate over time and often we need to revive the brick. Bricks can be brought back to life by Coattech, and we use safer methods of Brick restoration.
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Brick houses require certain maintenance steps to keep them in good order. Masonry walls are also affected by this. When masonry repairs are not done properly, a house looks more dilapidated and shabby. Avoiding such problems is easy if you follow a few basic steps to do a proper brick restoration.
Depending on the project requirements, we recommend brick blasting with dry ice, soda, or other types of media. Any one of these will even out and clean your brickwork. It depends on the type, age, and condition of the brick, but these are the commonly recommended methods due to the porous nature of brick.
So, what exactly is brick blasting?
With abrasive media blasting, bricks are cleaned of soot and grime. This process ensures no damage to brick or mortar is done during the blasting process. Most exterior bricks can be cleaned depending on the type and age.
Home cleaning vs professionals
You can always try brick restoration by yourself, however, his may turn out to be a rather time-consuming and labor-intensive process. Also, you need to have the right equipment to ensure a job well done.
Professional services from Coattech may be needed, but that doesn’t mean you can’t handle it yourself. Dislodging dirt particles is the first step towards getting rid of them. The brush can be any ordinary one. Scrubbing is necessary afterward. When dealing with difficult stains, you may have to go beyond soap and water. As a result, you should get a professional cleaning instead.
Our special blasting services
As part of our cleaning process, chemicals are rarely used since they tend to penetrate bricks. Instead, low-pressure blasting is used for cleaning or depainting surfaces. As we consider your project scope, we will choose the most appropriate media type.
If you are unsure about how to bring back life to your brick, get professional dustless blasting support from Coattech. Do not hesitate to contact us if you are ready to elevate the quality of your project and to get the brick restoration done on time.