Territories Served:
Arrow_new2  United States

Services Provided:

Arrow_new2  Paint removal Arrow_new2  Epoxy removal
Arrow_new2  Coating removal Arrow_new2  Fiberglass coating removal
Arrow_new2  Concrete restoration Arrow_new2  Enamel removal
Arrow_new2  Elastomeric removal Arrow_new2  Urethane removal

Methods Utilized:

Arrow_new2 Water blasting
Arrow_new2  Hydro blasting


Paint, elastomerics, epoxies, fiberglass coatings, enamels, and urethanes are easily removed with ultra high pressure (UHP) water blasting. We have used our water blasting equipment to remove many different types of coatings from a variety of surfaces such as:

• Apartment buildings
• Residential houses
• Condos
• Pools
• Antique automobiles
• Hotels
• Roads
• Runways
• Interior industrial floors and walls
• Heavy equipment
• Marine vessels
• Tanks
• Metal structures

Waterblasting.com has yet to encounter a coating that can withstand the impact of 40,000 psi of water pressure. The secret to water blasting lies in the versatility of the nozzle configuration. The advanced nozzles of Waterblasting.com allows a skilled technician to adjust flow and pressure to produce the desired removal while leaving the substrate intact.

Concrete restoration is a multi-billion dollar industry in Florida, but Florida is also one of the more volatile climates with regards to heat and rain. In most cases, concrete surfaces exposed to weather – top floor of parking garages, condo balconies, pool decks, etc. – have some version of a waterproofing system. But, when that system starts to fail, it must be removed and replaced with new materials.

Once the old waterproofing material has been removed, the expansion joints and oftentimes even control joints, must also be reworked. The rubbery nature of the joint itself proves to be an obstacle, but waterblasting is the key.

Waterblasting is the fastest, most economical, and cleanest method for both waterproofing materials and joints. Not only are the coatings effectively removed, but the water blasting additionally exposes weak concrete, cleans out cracks, and provides an excellent profile to which the new coating can adhere.