Is your industrial space in need of a paint job? If you’re looking to clean up your appearance for the new season, or other painting services, you’ll do best to find a well-established painting contractor in the Fremont, CA area.
Go with the Pros
Industrial painting services are a different animal from residential painting, and from other types of commercial buildings as well, for that matter. Your warehouse or factory space is exposed to a different type of wear-and-tear than the elements to which affect your home. Make sure you choose a contractor who understands your building and your operation, and the use (and abuse) to which you’ll be subjecting the painted surfaces. It’s also critical that your painter has knowledge of the relevant health and safety issues for your industry, and is also familiar with appropriate codes and regulations for Fremont, CA and its environs.
It’s not just about paint
There’s so much more to protecting the surfaces of your industrial space than just paint, and and experienced industrial painting services can help you with a variety of applications. There are numerous commercial coatings which are designed to protect your mission-critical equipment as well as your investment in those machines. These include:
- Epoxies - Two-part epoxies are the application of choice to protect against abrasion and commercial chemicals, and, of course, good old rust and just plain neglect. These are frequently used to coat and seal your machinery and other metal surfaces, concrete floors, walls, decking systems, and just about anything else with an exposed surface.
- Urethanes - Urethanes, like polyurethane, provide an ideal, long-lasting coating for your i-beams, wood, tanks, and just about any other surfaces in your industrial building that are subject to wear from time and the elements. It’s durable, and resists abrasion and humidity, so it’s a great choice to protect metal, concrete, wood, or masonry. It’s available in a number of colors, for aesthetics in addition to functionality
- Floor Coatings - Industrial floors may be made of any of a wide range of materials, and they may be getting a lot of wear from many different elements. You’ll want to give your floors the best possible coatings, and your painting contractor should be able to find the optimal coating for your floor, whether it’s an epoxy or urethane, or another application such as stains, sealers, posyaspartic, polyurea, or another chemical resistant coating.
When your industrial building and equipment is at stake, be sure to choose experts with a track record of serving industrial clients in your area. D&D Painting has a track record of providing industrial painting and coatings in Fremont and the Bay Area for over four decades. Give us a call today for a free estimate!