Are you planning to strip paint of your house or renovate your windows? None of the other paint removal methods can achieve better results.
Renovate windows, sidings, interiors, furniture and boats. A Speedheater removes varnish, putty and paint better than any other method. Increasingly, painters and home owners use our Speedheater to remove paint. The method is gentle on wood which is very noticeable when restoring windows and siding on historical buildings.
Bögatan Gothenburg, SE
This is a privately owned home and the entire house was stripped from paint with a Speedheater.
Drakenbergsgatan Gothenburg, SE
Privately owned house that had many layers of paint which where falling off. Most of the paint stripping work was done by a neighbour student. She completed the paint stripping work on the entire exterior in two weeks. The owners of the house where very pleased with the result on their house.
Gunnebo Castle Mölndal, Sweden
This mansion is considered to be one of Sweden’s finest 18th century wood buildings and has functioned as a museum for several years. The paint was falling off from this building and it needed to be renovated. It took a team of consultants and paint experts two years to decide which paint removal method they were going to use. They decided that the best and most gentle method for paint removal is using Speedheater System. When they began stripping the paint they estimated that there where nearly 40 layers of paint and all of them came of in one heating. Eight years after the exterior paint removal and repainting was completed, the paint is still in good condition.
Tallbo Järbo, Sweden
This is a museum and once a home of a famous Swedish painter Erik Hedberg. The house was completely stripped from paint with a Speedheater. The work was done by a painting contractor “Kulturmåleriet” who specializes in historic objects.
Torngatan Lidköping, Sweden
This was a large house that was privately owned. They had a need to remove paint on the exterior and the interior of the house. The owners did the whole work themselves with very good results.
Järbo Church, Sweden
The old church including the tower was entirely stripped from paint with a Speedheater. The work was done by a painting contractor “Kulturmåleriet” who specializes in historic objects.
Montezuma GA, USA
Also known as The DeVaughn mansion is a national historical landmark and is located in Montezuma, GA. This is a beautiful plantation mansion and used to be the home of captain DeVaughn. Currently the whole house is being stripped from paint on the exterior and the interior with Speedheaters. The owners had tried several other paint stripping methods prior to using a Speedheater and the damages caused on wood by the other methods are very visible.
Skansen Stockholm, Sweden
This is a famous area in Stockholm that has historical buildings from all over Sweden. All of the buildings in the area are cared for by preservationist and they are using a Speedheater for window restoration and paint removal. The house on the picture is from this area and it had thick layers of paint on the exterior prior to the successful paint removal with a Speedheater.
Flatholmen Bohuslän, Sweden
This is a small late 18th century summer home on a fisher mans island. The owners love their Speedheater and did a complete paint removal on the exterior. They have used it for paint removal on the interior as well and for drying out moisture in walls.
Regementsparken Gävle, Sweden
This old music pavilion was stripped entirely with a Speedheater. It was done by a painting contractor “Kulturmåleriet” who specializes in historic objects.
Kungsladugård Gothenburg, Sweden
The apartment building was stripped from paint on the whole exterior. The work was done by a contractor and they used four Speedheaters for this work.
Marine Museum Karlskrona, Sweden
They are known for their many treasures and for being meticulous in bringing back historical objects to a mint condition. A few years ago they were hired by the government of Denmark to restore their national treasure of seven historic figure heads all dated from the 19th century. As a paint removal method for this delicate restoration project, they only trusted the use of a Speedheater. The restoration team was successful in restoring all figure heads.