Sodablasting / Glassblasting  Services

In our 20 plus years of continuing business, Allstate Sandblasting Corporation has serviced thousands of homes throughout Providence, Westerly, Newport, Warwick and surrounding areas of Rhode Island including nearby Massachusetts and Connecticut. As the premier home restoration contractor in Rhode Island and the surrounding region, let us restore your peeling house back to its natural wood surface with our glass-blast process. Don’t neglect your decking, porches, or other entrances to your home, as simple repairs that go unfixed can easily lead to structural defects. Allow our experts to address any issues to your newer home before they become bigger problems, leading to comprehensive renovations. Contact our team today to receive a free estimate or to receive more information regarding our extensive list of services.


  • No crystalline silica
  • No heavy metals
  • Odorless
  • Non-flammable
  • Six times less dust than OSHA Lmits
  • Recommended by Niosh study
  • Certified by California Air Resources board
  • Clean and safe to handle


  • A far superior finish than sand
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Manufactured from recycled glass
  • Produces a high quality surface
  • Enhances green building standards
  • On the Qualified Product List (QPL)


Sandblasting is a general term used to describe the medium that is being used to blast or remove paint from a surface. We do not use Silica sand. Our process is glassblasting. The main component of glass is silica sand. Crystalline Silica can cause silicosis when inhaled, but the glass manufacturing process destroys Crystalline Silica and all the silica is bound within the glass matrix. Therefore, unlike sand, it is safe to use and any dust generated is virtually free of Crystalline Silica and is classified merely as a nuisance dust. Soda Blasting RI and surrounding areas.

Recently, branches of the US Armed Forces have switched to glassblasting for their blasting paint removal applications. It is particularly favored for use in environmentally sensitive locations and near waterways.

On many of our historical restoration projects, glass blasting and sodablasting is the chosen method by the Historical Society for its high quality finish.