Repairing Brick with Paint

The painting challenges I encounter take on many forms – including my recent project of repairing bricks with paint!

My client is a contractor who is renovating the interior of a commercial space in Chelmsford, MA.  In the process of the renovation, they needed to drill a few holes in an interior brick wall, only to find that the specific bricks in this wall are no longer available!

With the option of replacing the bricks out of the question, they reached out to me to see if I could paint gray concrete patches to look just like the surrounding brick.

Below are some of the pictures of the bricks before and after my painting repair.  Probably the best compliment I could receive is when the person who did the patching had a hard time finding the spots once I had painted them!

Enjoy,

Jason

 

 Holes 1 and 2

Holes 1 and 2

 Holes 1 & 2 patched

Holes 1 & 2 patched

 Holes 1 and 2 painted

Holes 1 and 2 painted

 Hole 3

Hole 3

 Hole 3 patched

Hole 3 patched

 Hole 3 painted

Hole 3 painted

 Hole 4

Hole 4

 Hole 4 patched and painted

Hole 4 patched and painted