Family owned and operated BrickImaging, Inc., of metropolitan Denver, has more than 40 years of exclusive masonry staining experience. The firm was founded by Bob Homolka and quickly became a leading provider of customized coloring solutions for municipalities and commercial and residential clients. BrickImaging provides nationwide service for clients looking to find a solution for discolored or outdated masonry products including brick, block, stone and mortar.
A commercial contractor in 1976 was facing thousands of dollars in masonry replacement costs when a band of colored brick did not line up correctly on one entire side of a new building. He contacted Bob Homolka, a very successful owner of a Fort Collins-based painting company, in hopes that he could suggest a solution. Coincidentally, Bob was researching and testing a coloring process at the time that could rectify discolored masonry work. Bob applied the proprietary masonry staining process he developed to the building and was able to correct the discolored block and, not only save the contractor thousands of dollars but his reputation as well. This first project led to a series of other masonry staining projects that, over the years, have helped to define BrickImaging’s Stayntech® process. Today, BrickImaging’s Stayntech® process has been applied on a diverse range of residential and commercial buildings for multiple clients including Lowe’s Home Improvement, Walmart, Abercrombie and Fitch’s Ruehl No. 925 stores, Leadville’s historic Tabor Grand Hotel building, government military bases, municipalities and many others.
To provide the highest quality, customized masonry-coloring solution for the commercialized markets including facility managers, building owners and architects. Backed by three decades of experience and a 15-year limited warranty, BrickImaging seeks to surpass clients’ expectations and promote a genuine and rewarding relationship with them. Through innovation, research and development, we pledge to continue moving the masonry industry forward while also making a difference in the communities where we live and work through philanthropic initiatives.