Abrasive blasting

Dry and wet sandblasting, soda blasting

Abrasive blasting is the process of propelling an abrasive at high speeds across a surface in order to:

  • Clean and remove rust from surface
  • Strip off paint and other coatings
  • Create a rough, anti-slip surface on stone and concrete.
  • Prepare the surface for painting or coating

Compared to traditional sanding, abrasive blasting has the following advantages:

  • Preserves the surface (chalet, walls, furniture, etc…)
  • Opens up the wood grain, contributing to deeper penetration of coating

Wood treatment

Wood-boring insects

Lyctus, Furniture and Deathwatch beetle, Capricorn beetle, Termite, Carpenter ants

Warning signs:

  • Holes or crevices in the wood
  • Sawdust
  • Dead insects
  • Insects exiting the wood between May and October

Ask us for a free quotation, or request a home inspection.

Dry rot

Dry rot, also known as brown rot, is wood decay caused by fungi (serpula lacrimans), which can destroy any wooden structure inside or outside your home.

Beware of:

  • Damp cellar with wood
  • Water leaks
  • Confined spaces lacking aeration
  • Poor ventilation in the dwelling
  • Strong fungi smell
  • White film on wood

Other special treatments

We also offer a range of preventive treatments to protect walls, doors, sculptures and other monuments against graffiti.