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High Rise Painting Contractors

Dafco number one coastal name in High Rise painting  /Height Access painting and coatings we are known for our quality of workmanship and attention to detail on mammoth projects. No building is too high for Dafco Painting Contractors to access. Having successfully completed many high-rise buildings from which we have earned vast experience with valid contactable references.

Our business is fully insured, our staff is certified to work at height and all our sites carry all the necessary safety files. All of the documentation is put in place to satisfy even the strictest of working conditions.

Some of the high rise painting and repair service we offer:

  • Height Access by scaffold, cherry pickers and skyjacks.
  • Qualified rigger inspection throughout the project.
  • Polyurethane window sealing.
  • Spalling with the use of only the best ABE and Sika products.
  • Trustee and Body Corporate progress and handover meetings.

If you are looking to rejuvenate your residential block and bring it’s look upto date. Want your newly built building sealed and painted Dafco and our dedicated team are standing by to give you a free quote and professional advice.

Professional Experience

Spalling Repairs

Spalling (Concrete Cancer) is most often identified by signs such as flaking (concrete spalling), rust stains that leach from the concrete, bulging of the concrete or in some cases even fall off the building.The real problem lies within the concrete itself and is not a result of weathering.

As a general rule, Spalling is caused by the steel reinforcing within a concrete slab rusting. As steel rusts, it can expand up to 7 times its original size causing the surrounding concrete to be displaced and flakey.

The process can start in many ways, but generally, it is due to one of the following:

  • Poorly treated reinforcing steel being used in the original pour of the slab
  • The reinforcing steel being too close to the surface allowing water to seep through concrete and react with the steel
  • Incompatible metals being used in close proximity to each other, thus causing a reaction
  • Fractures in the concrete allowing water to penetrate the concrete and react with the steel

Spalled concrete is an eyesore and a hazard. Over time, with increased exposure to the elements, falling concrete debris causing likely injury and damage to property. Spalling concrete should be repaired immediately, as deferring the treatment will inevitably lead to increased problems into the future.

Furthermore, any attempts to fix the problem for the short-term (such as parging over the problem) will only exacerbate the issue. Despite, potentially looking better, the rusting process will continue below the surface causing the steel to again displace the concrete and in some cases rust so badly the steel eventually needs replacement. Treatment and repair of the concrete is the best solution.

Dafco , have staff who are trained in the identification of underlying issues. Once found we will begin the process of concrete spalling repair by removing all loose concrete, grinding back the reinforcing steel to remove all rust, treating the steel with anti-corrosives and then patching the repair with a top quality concrete to match the original surface.



Working at Height

All of our staff on High Rise Building sites adhere to all safety measures and are trained in the use of all equipment.

Staff Training

Dafco pride ourselves on the development of our staff and this includes ongoing training on safety, correct product use as well as new developments in the technologies available.


Dafco carry all relevant saftey files and equipment for all active projects. We are Full members of the Master Builders Association and the Master Painters Associations.