Our brick painting preparation process
Preparing the surface before painting is crucial to ensure a smooth and long-lasting paint finish. In the case of brickwork, it is essential to ensure that the surface is free from any dirt, debris, moss, and stains that may affect the quality of the paint. To achieve a clean and smooth surface, the first step is to inspect the brickwork and identify any areas that need to be cleaned. This may include removing any loose or peeling paint, dirt, or stains from the surface.
Once the areas that need to be cleaned have been identified, the next step is to use the appropriate equipment to clean the brickwork thoroughly. This may involve pressure washing, scrubbing, or using a chemical cleaner, depending on the nature and severity of the dirt or stains. It is essential to use the right equipment and techniques to avoid causing any damage to the brickwork. For instance, high-pressure washing can cause damage to the brickwork if not done correctly. Similarly, using harsh chemicals can cause discolouration and damage to the brickwork.
Highly skilled painters in Melbourne
Our experienced painters are highly skilled in painting brick surfaces, including heritage properties. We understand the importance of preserving the history and character of heritage properties, which is why we use the best practices and techniques to ensure that the brickwork is not damaged during the painting process. Our team has the expertise to ensure that your heritage property looks its best for years to come.