Industrial coatings come in many forms. Polyurethane coatings are high-gloss and resistant to abrasion. Epoxy coatings are highly durable and thick enough to withstand daily wear and tear. Alkyd coatings can be used both indoors and outdoors, and they’re known for their attractive, glossy finish. Zinc-rich coatings are applied when steel needs to be protected.
We know that cost is likely at the forefront of your painting needs. For us to give you the most accurate quote possible, we encourage you to reach out to us directly with the specifics of your project. We factor in prep time, material cost, cost of labor, and other varying factors to give you the most accurate quote that we can! Transparency is important to us, and we will ensure you feel comfortable before moving forward.
While industrial and commercial painting may be interchanged, they are different services. Commercial painting applies to jobs that need to be completed for manufacturing purposes, and customers or anyone in public does not spend time in these buildings. Industrial painting refers to painting machinery or structures such as bridges, boats, aircraft, automobiles, or other structures. If you have questions about whether or not we can take on your project, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.