Rust Removal Service Tailored to your Needs
- Roofing Shingles – Rain, atmospheric moisture and even cleaning can cause rust to build up on your shingles. This corrosion can compromise the structural integrity of the shingles and the entire roofing system.
- Stucco – If you’ve had a roof leak, your stucco siding probably paid the price. Stucco is one of the hardest types of surfaces to clean because of the rigidity of the material and its texture.
- Pool Decks – Your pool decks see a lot of water saturation. And when your pool deck is improperly sealed, rust is bound to accumulate. You can call us to get rid of the rust and we also offer hardscape sealing services.
Getting Rid of Rust Effectively
The problem with rust removal services is that most of the contractors who offer this service don’t realize that rust comes in many forms. It’s an easy mistake to make – you see an orange-ish, bronze stain running down your vinyl siding or streaked across your driveway and you automatically think, ‘rust,’ right?
Not necessarily. While rust stains look similar, they are caused by a number of different factors. For instance, did you know that fertilizer and battery acid can leave rust stains on hard surfaces? Not many people do and that’s why rust removal efforts are often carried out in vain. The truth is that, in order to effectively remove a rust stain, you have to know what caused the stain in the first place.
How we do it
Here at Century Painting, we have educated ourselves thoroughly in expert rust removal. Our founder, Jack Jordan is F9 certified, but what does that mean and why is it important? Front 9 restoration and stain removal products are the industry standard. F9 makes some of the most effective cleaning agents for different types of rust stains – the key word in that sentence being different. They have done the research, put in the time and done the testing to create truly powerful and effective rust removal products.
Not only are F9 products powerful; they are also safe for contractors, residents, pets, your hardscape surfaces and the environment. We are proudly offering a number of rust stain removal services as well as hardscape restoration services here at Century Painting that feature the full complement of professional F9 products.
Our team will come out to your property, carefully examine the stains or blemishes in question, determine what caused them and proceed accordingly. We will be able to tell what caused the stain and select the proper F9 cleaning agent. In short, we are experts and we will get the job done right.
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What we can do for you
As a certified F9 contracting company, there is a lot we can do to get rid of those persistent stains on your property and beautify your home. Take a look at just some of the kinds of rusts and blemishes we can remove from your hard surfaces:
- Fertilizer Rust Stains – Fertilizer rust stains occur when the pellets are not cleared from your driveway or sidewalk after application. Atmospheric moisture and irrigation water washes over the pellets and leaves behind rust stains.
- Battery Acid Rust Stains – Automobile batteries, especially older ones, can leak. The acid then drops onto your driveway or on your garage floor and causes hard to remove rust stains.
- Irrigation Rust Stains – Sprinkler systems are hardly ever perfect. Over time, improperly channeled water and area flooding can leave long, ugly orange-ish rust stains on the hard surfaces around your lawn or garden.
And this is just the beginning. Our F9 certified rust and blemish removal experts can handle any kind of stain you may be dealing with. In addition to using F9 products for rust removal, we also offer power wash and soft wash services when the project calls for it.