Protecting the surface of steel and concrete is important in preserving the life and functionality of it. Sometimes it is impractical to completely remove an existing structure and replace it when it begins to deteriorate.

Rust is an imbedded dirt, so first we must remove it with a sandblasting media and then coat it with an impervious and durable cover that can create a barrier against the elements and extend serviceable lifespan. For example, wastewater concrete tanks are often coated to protect them from the bacteria and natural gasses that are produced when used.