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BrickImaging Expands Into Texas

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BRICKIMAGING ANNOUNCES EXPANSION INTO THE LONE STAR STATE

Masonry Staining Firm to Initially Offer Services in Four Metropolitan Areas

DENVER, Jan. 20, 2023 – BrickImaging®, headquartered in Denver and the first masonry staining firm in North America, announced it is expanding into Texas. The 47-year-old company will now offer professional brick staining services for commercial properties in metro-Austin, the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the greater Houston area, and the San Antonio metropolitan area. BrickImaging will not provide residential service in the state.

BrickImaging’s proprietary Stayntech® masonry stains have been modernizing and revitalizing apartment complexes, hospitals, government buildings, shopping centers, warehouses, and much more since the company’s founding in 1976. Why brick staining? Painting masonry is typically not a good idea as it rarely looks natural and will introduce the need for continued maintenance. Paint creates an impenetrable surface membrane that coats exterior masonry and prohibits moisture, vapors, and humidity from escaping—typically resulting in the paint blistering and peeling within just a few years. While paint certainly changes the color of masonry, many compromises are made in terms of structural integrity, aesthetic appeal, and durability.

“This is going to be an exciting year for BrickImaging,” said BrickImaging President Steve Homolka. “Expanding into Texas has been a strategic goal of our company for many years and we plan to enter additional states in the coming months. We chose Texas because of its proximity to Colorado as well as its abundance of commercial buildings constructed with brick.”

Stayntech breathable brick stains are specially formulated for brick, block, stone, and mortar and are absorbed by masonry, resulting in a permanent finish that looks natural, has varying surface textures, and will never bubble, chip, or peel like paint. Stayntech brick stains have undergone extensive accelerated testing and are proven to be exceptionally durable, come in a wide variety of colors, with custom colors available upon request for an additional fee, and are backed by a 15-year warranty.

BrickImaging takes careful precautions when applying and sealing each project to ensure a long-lasting finish. A breathable top-coat matte sealer is the last step in the brick staining process and provides protection against UV damage, environmental conditions, and spalling. Over time, the only noticeable color changes will be those resulting from natural environmental conditions to which the structure is subjected.

For images of past commercial brick staining projects, visit the company’s online gallery.

About BrickImaging

BrickImaging, founded by Bob Homolka in 1976, is widely recognized as the first masonry staining firm in North America and is located at 3720 W. 72nd Ave., Westminster, CO 80030. The family owned and operated company is credited with launching the brick staining industry with its proprietary Stayntech® masonry stains. Stayntech® is available in four applications including Stayntech Renew™, Stayntech Define™, Stayntech Enhance™, and Stayntech Define + Stayntech Enhance. For more information, visit brickimaging.com.

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