Chemical Stripping and Paint Removal Techniques
Start Fresh with Chemical Stripping
Ever wonder what your building’s original surface would look like after years of paint are removed? Alpine Painting will show you. Our company has years of experience stripping many different substrates such as wood, masonry and ornamental metal to reveal a building’s natural beauty. Chemical stripping will remove the existing coating applied to your structure. When performed correctly this chemical process will not harm the substrate or leave behind hazardous by-products.
Alpine Painting and Sandblasting Contractors has the experience to know what stripping agents need to be applied to what coating system in order to effectively strip the surface. We use environmentally safe and odor free products such as Peel Away Smart Strip and Noopy’s Green Paint Stripper. Proper paint removal is based on sample testing to determine the best plan of action. Often, we feel it is important to apply several different chemical strippers in order to ensure that we have the right paint remover for the job prior to starting work.
Alpine Painting has the skill to provide thorough stripping services for historic landmarks, manufacturing equipment, churches, schools, and office buildings. Our crews have extensive safety training to deal with lead based paint hazards on your next restoration project.
We are commercial and industrial coating experts. If your project requires surface preparation, painting or expertise to develop and engineer a maintenance plan we welcome your inquiries. Alpine Painting specializes in paint removal utilizing state of the art equipment, products, and methods including sandblasting, ice blasting and chemical strippers.
With more than three decades of experience Alpine Painting has been a reliable resource for highly technical stripping and painting projects. Contact Alpine now for more details.
Nassau Hall – Restoring a 95 Year Old Mansion in Muttontown, NY
Delano & Aldrich, the prominent architect of the ‘20s made his first commission in this area. His first commission is the Christie House on Muttontown Rd whose exterior wall was modeled after Mount Vernon, the home of our first president, George Washington. This mansion is now called Nassau Hall owned by Nassau...