Decorative and ornamental plaster is a niche market for us, and we do everything from minor patching to elaborate, high-end ornamental shapes. You’ll see our work in several prominent Ohio buildings where decorative and ornamental plaster takes center stage. These highly versatile treatments demand a high level of expertise on the part of our professionals, and they showcase our advanced level of construction expertise.


Exterior insulation finishing systems (EIFS) are non-load-bearing systems designed to insulate exterior walls and make them water-resistant. We install EIFS mostly from Dryvit, the company that pioneered the industry in North America and that continues to innovate and lead throughout the building industry. Our crews are highly trained to install the EIFS, resulting in a continuous insulation product that meets current energy codes.

Spray Insulation

Spray foam insulation not only makes commercial buildings more comfortable, but it also improves energy efficiency by reducing the loss of air. We install two kinds of spray insulation for thermal and acoustic insulation in buildings. K-13 thermal insulation is an exposed ceiling spray insulation that requires no additional barriers or materials as it works to effectively absorb sounds. We also install Huntsman open-cell and closed-cell insulation. The former is a spray that creates an air barrier to traditional insulation and is suitable for interior applications only. The latter adheres to most surfaces to provide an air, water, and vapor barrier for both interior and exterior applications.


We apply both cementitious and intumescent fireproofing materials for passive fire protection in large and small buildings. These products are designed to delay the transfer of heat and retain the structural integrity of the building in the event of a catastrophic fire. Cementitious fireproofing is applied as a spray that eventually dries and forms a barrier to delay the transfer of heat. Intumescent fireproofing is a fire-resistant coating that expands in response to a fire, creating a layer of protection that can deter the fire for a period of time.