Exterior Masonry & Caulking Repairs
Location: Norfolk Virginia
Completed: Currently in Construction as of January 2015
January of 2015 Pro Window Inc. began masonry and caulking repairs on JANAF Office Building, a six story steel frame building built around 1965. Last reports of any repairs on the building was caulking repairs over 17 years ago. Once a building investigation was completed, many damages had to be addressed. Around 1965 when the building was under construction, the constructors did not include a vertical expansion joint to allow the building to shift from settlement. JANAF was in fairly good condition for it’s age, by repairing minor damages now building management will save money on costly repairs in the future. Removing failed caulking, repairing cracks in the mortar joints, and creating a vertical expansion joint will now allow the building to shift without causing further damages to the building.
Project: Lynnhaven Mall
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
Job Description: Sign Installation
In October of 2014 Pro Window Inc. installed signs and acrylic panels in Lynnhaven Mall. Our employees worked over night to install over 34 signs and more than 300 acrylic panels under the sky lights. We installed signs in many different areas of the mall including exterior and interior. Check out our Facebook page to view more details and photos of this job.
Uninstall & Reinstall Automatic Revolving Door
Project: Marriott City Center
Location: Newport News, VA
Completed: September 2014
Floor restorations where in progress at the Marriott in Newport News. The contractors on site needed the automatic revolving door to be removed and reinstalled to complete their work. Pro Window Inc was able to uninstall the door, salvage the glass and framing, and reinstall the revolving door in operational condition.
The HidenWood – Retirement Community
Cleaning & Waterproofing Repairs
Location: Newport News, VA
Completed: September 2013
- Deteriorating EIFS system
- Failed metal to brick joint sealant
- Failed brick to brick expansion joints
- Numerous open penetrations in EIFS causing de-lamination of the EIFS
- Gaps in roof cap allowing water to penetrate
- Heavy biological stains throughout building
This property first required a good thorough cleaning to remove biological contaminates before starting any waterproofing. Secondly all old joint sealants were removed and silicone bridge tape was installed over metal-to-metal and metal-to-EIFS joints to prevent major wind driven rain. Finally the EIFS system was repaired, penetrations sealed, and coated within an elastromeric coating to ensure a strong watertight barrier.