Before & After

Ten Peaks & Whiskey Jack Lodge Lake Louise - Alberta

Ten Peaks & Whiskey Jack Lodge Lake Louise - Alberta

By blasting the old failed coatings and re applying new coatings, we were able to stop and delay any further UV damage. We were given 3 weeks to blast and stain both lodges. My crew and I got the job done in 15 days, saving them $30,000 dollars per day in revenue loss. ... [more]

Comox Valley - British Columbia

Comox Valley - British Columbia

This log home sits on 40 acres nestled in the Comox Valley. The owners Diane and Hubert Boureau are originally from Alberta and re located to this property.... [more]

Metchosin - British Columbia

Metchosin - British Columbia

This log and wood siding home is situated in Metchosin BC. When I made a site visit,I was skeptical that we would be able to regenerate the wood to new. My crew and I worked hard to refinish this home and the results speak for themselves... [more]

Lake Louise Mountain Ski Resort - Alberta

Lake Louise Mountain Ski Resort - Alberta

In 2014, Team Ocean was called upon by the LLSA (Lake Louise ski association) to undertake the task of re-finishing the largest log building in North America and one of the largest in the world. At nearly 100,000 sq ft, the Charleston Residence is a three story building that houses the almost 400 employees who operate the ski hills.... [more]

Thompson River Fish Camp Missinipe - Saskatchewan

Thompson River Fish Camp Missinipe - Saskatchewan

12 cabins were blasted down to bare wood and treated with several coats of preservative and stain. An extremely short window of opportunity exists to perform maintenance after the winter but before the fishing season, Ocean Pacific Media Blasting successfully completed the project by opening day, May 17th!... [more]

Katepwa Lake - Saskatchewan

Katepwa Lake - Saskatchewan

This lovely log home sits on Lake Katepwa in Indian Head, an hour east of Regina.... [more]

Courtenay - British Columbia

Courtenay - British Columbia

This fir log and cedar siding home had not been re-stained since it was build in 2011. The owners retained us to to remove the existing stain and re-stain their home with three coats of SDF Sansin Harvest Gold.... [more]

St. Wahlburg - Saskatchewan

St. Wahlburg - Saskatchewan

Originally a Pioneer Log home, this 1,200 sq.ft, 2 storey, thirty four year cabin was a combination of fir logs and cedar shakes. ... [more]

Nanaimo -  British Columbia

Nanaimo - British Columbia

This 2,600 sq. ft. house was built in 2000. The logs were fir with yellow cedar tongue and groove skirting and had not been re-stained since in was built 20 years ago.... [more]

Fort Simpson Teepee - Northwest Territories

Fort Simpson Teepee - Northwest Territories

The largest wooden teepee in the world sits on LiidIii Que First Nations territory in Fort Simpson along the McKenzie River in the Northwest Territories.... [more]

Cobble Hill - British Columbia

Cobble Hill - British Columbia

This 1,800 square foot log home was originally built in 1974. We were asked to restore the structure, so it was preped and the UV and weather damage was blasted away with 50/100 crushed glass.... [more]