When weathering or ugly, failing coatings mar your beautiful wooden home, deck or furniture, don’t scrub yourself silly or use harsh chemicals. Professional sandblasting can restore wooden surfaces to like-new condition again, from modern wooden benches to log homes to antique wooden pieces. Atlanta Sandblasting Services is your local sandblasting contractor that performs wood restoration on a variety of projects in and around Atlanta.
With our state-of-the-art equipment, skilled team and intricate knowledge of blasting methods and techniques, we can resurface wooden objects of all sizes and dimensions. The key is knowing how to adjust the flow and pressure of the machinery as well as using the correct blasting media for the job. Our team at Atlanta Sandblasting Services has the know-how to restore all kinds of wooden surfaces and objects without damage.
- Remove paint or stain from wooden siding or decks
- Remove weathering from log homes
- Restore outdoor wooden benches and other furniture
- Restore antiques to pristine condition
- Etch lettering or designs into wood for personalization
Atlanta Sandblasting Experts for Surface Restoration
Your surface restoration needs are best accomplished with sandblasting from Atlanta Sandblasting Services. We bring the mobile blasting equipment, materials and skilled team to your location to perform professional sandblasting for various types of wood and wooden surfaces or objects. We leave your surfaces clean and damage-free, looking new and fresh.
Dustless sandblasting allows us to perform blasting operations nearby other homes or businesses without annoying the neighbors with great clouds of dust that settle on every flat surface. Water is used to contain the debris from sandblasting, but only in the smallest amounts so that it does not damage the wood. This makes a safer, cleaner environment and easy job clean up when we are finished.
When you need wood surface restoration in or around Atlanta, contact Atlanta Sandblasting Services for a quote on your unique project. No job is too large or too small.