Cellar Restorations

Cellar environments can be unsanitary and unsafe creating health and safety concerns and product contamination.

This is due to cellar atmospheres, temperatures and airflow.

Possibly creating structural damage to cellar walls, beams, vessels and floors.

If measures are not taken to restore the cellar, deterioration of vessel structure can be detrimental to the vessel life and the production process of making your product.

RH Restoration Teams

  • Remove all hazardous materials
  • Removal of mold
  • Removal of lead abatement
  • Sandblasting
  • Water Blasting
  • Application of products that meet the needs of cellar atmosphere
  • Work site environmental monitoring and containment
  • Dust containment, VOC control and monitoring, LEL control and monitoring
  • Exposure levels
  • Waste Disposal
  • Worker Health and Safety
  • RH Teams operate on compressed work schedules to assure the project is completed quickly
  • Scheduling project in phases Isolating sections of cellar per phase allows plants to continue operation and produce in the same cellar of project restoration



RH cellar restoration continues to appear new after 25 years of application