McCahill Painting Company is in the beginning phase of stripping an entire commercial precast building. The issue with this building is that the previous painting contractor did not clean the precast prior to painting it. The most important part of a painting project is the preparation. Even if it new construction, it must be pressure washed to remove dirt, dust, etc… If this is not done, the paint cannot properly adhere to the surface causing an eventual failure.
In this video, McCahill Painting Company thoroughly pressure washes the entire precast concrete building prior to applying the prime coat. This is extremely important because you must remove all dirt, dust and other construction contaminants that would interfere with proper paint adhesion. All of our equipment is state of the art which allows for a superior job than any of of competitors. The pressure washer is a 3000 psi, 500 gallon tow behind unit capable of cleaning with 250 degree hot water, which is a far superior system to a cold water pressure wash.