We installed the metal on the roof, sides, and soffit of these buildings:
There was a time when the exterior block walls of the Husqvarna Outdoor Products plant in Nashville, AR, looked like this:
It was considered that the walls did not look the best that they could do, so men were called in to change that. The first step was to pressure-wash the walls in order to strip off the old, peeling paint:
Then a 65′ man-lift was needed to apply a heavy-duty primer to the walls:
We also painted the covered truck-parking shed, including purlins, legs, I-beams, and yellow concrete piers:
Painting the walls and fascia:
In the end, there was no denying that the walls on both buildings did look better. And so did the yellow metal ladder.
We did a metal roof restoration on the Airframe & Powerplant School at Texarkana Airport.
First we power-washed the entire roof:
Next we applied Aldo® acrylic sealant to all fasteners and seams:
And then we finished up by applying Aldo® gray acrylic basecoat and Aldo® white premium acrylic topcoat to the 9,300 sq. roof:
Some shots of the finished roof:
This large roof is a local business in Nashville, AR. We installed insulation and new metal on part of it, and then applied Aldo® Roof Coating to the whole roof.
In April we did a powerwashing job on the Center Methodist Church on Center Road in Nashville.
The front of the church before it was powerwashed:
Here the front steps are halfway done:
And here both sides have been washed:
Sunshine and shadows on the clean white side of the church:
The Sonic in Murfreesboro Arkansas was having trouble with clogged gutters and a leaky roof. After patching the leaks and cleaning out the gutters we cut extra holes and added downspouts to prevent further problems.
We used a pressure washer to wash out the bulk of the leaves from the top side.
We cut extra holes in the gutter to prevent further drain problems, and washed out the remaining dirt and leaves with the pressure washer.
On the inside we fixed the rotten areas in the walls, using Durock® cement board on the bottom and moisture guard sheet rock on the rest of the wall.
We taped and sealed the seams.
Here we covered the cement board with a waterproof sealent.
The final step on the wall was to apply commercial FRP® board with an appropriate glue.
Here we used IB Roofing System material.
This is a before picture of their tar and gravel roof before starting the commercial roofing restoration.
This is after we installed the ISO insulation board: