This work was done near Chatham on a wooden barn. We air blasted the walls, pressure washed the roof, put two coats of chocolate brown paint on the walls, spot primed the roof and painted it in bone white colour.
This was a quincent job in Sarnia. We high pressure washed, spot primed, painted and applied the black trim. There was also quite a bit of screw nailing on that job as well.
Through the course of every season we spray hundreds of grain bins in all different colors but the most popular is our industrial aluminum, as on this job in Tilbury. Silver paint helps seal the bolts on the bins and is excellent for reflecting heat to prevent condensation inside the bin.
This is a Duralock roof work completed in Amhertsburg. Here we sprayed in our Pit-Tec Dryfall coating designed specifically for these roofs. It’s a durable rubberized coating that has a great last and brings the roof back to looking brand new again.
This was a place outside of Essex. On this particular job we washed, primed and painted the walls and then we put roofing asphalt on the roof. It’s popular for some older barns and houses it dries with a flat finish but lasts well.
Although a good percentage of the grain bins we spray are done in aluminum we can also spray two-tone and trim them any color, as this project in Comber.
Having 3 Billjax lifts ranging from 40 to 60 feet makes virtually any building accessible for washing, painting, repairing or eavstroughing as this tall barn we painted in Wallaceburg.