If you’re looking to sell one of your properties or entice new customers to visit your business, keeping a sharp exterior is key.
Did you know that one of the best ways to keep your building energy efficient has nothing to do with what’s on the inside? That’s right, an energy efficient building starts on the outside – with its paint. But… not just any paint. It has to be the right color. How does that work? We explain it in today’s quick read.
Purchasing a commercial building is no doubt a significant investment, and you’ll want to preserve its value as best you can. That is where architectural coatings come into play. In some cases, if you choose the right coating, you can boost the value of your property as well.
When working on your residential or commercial renovations including painting projects, it is important to understand the different options for industrial coatings so that you know when you’ll need each type. Having industrial coatings is important for a wide variety of projects and can protect from corrosion, wear and tear and decay, as well as help bring an added artistic appearance to the surface or product.
Regular painting methods don’t always work on every surface, particularly metals, especially those that are outdoors. Using standard rollers and brushes may leave visible streaks, and latex and oil-based paints can bubble or peel on surfaces in outdoor environments. This is where electrostatic painting comes in to offer the durable painted finish for your interior and exterior metal surfaces.