The floor of your warehouse or business takes a beating. From temperature changes to supporting special machinery, your floors are important to your business's ultimate success. When assessing whether your floors should be your next project, ask yourself some telling questions.
Are you thinking about painting your commercial business, but are not sure if the return is worth it? Whether you've just bought a business and you're thinking of painting it, or it's been a while since your facility has been updated, it's worth calculating the cost.
Nothing is more irritating then commissioning a project just to be disappointed with the end result. If you've had your facility's concrete block painted recently and you are starting to notice that the paint is chipping, fading, or cracking, the job may have been done incorrectly.
Let’s face it - if you live anywhere in the US, you have more than likely experienced some form of harsh weather. Be it thunderstorms, hurricanes, hail, or flooding. Any one of these can wreak havoc on your commercial business.
Whether you own or help to maintain a commercial facility, you know that certain safety measures are required for the good of your workers and clients. The strict rules and guidelines created by OSHA can help prevent accidents and losses.
Are you in charge of or own a structure that has floor joints? Do you know how essential it is for floor joints to be in top condition at all times? Industrial painting contractors know that it is much cheaper to repair a failing floor joint than it is to have to replace it entirely. Even though the process of repairing your floor joints can be arduous, it is well worth the time and cost.
If you are seeking a coating to use for your next project that is good for your team and for the environment, you're in luck. There's many options available on today's market that fit the bill. Professional painting contractors know how important low and zero VOC (volatile organic compounds) paints are and how well they work.
Sandblasting can be confusing if you have not utilized this form of blasting before. Industrial painters know that this form of blasting is excellent to use on delicate or rugged surfaces that need to be cleaned and ready for coating or re-coating quickly.