Our process for commercial exterior painting is designed to provide the most optimal results while protecting your premises for the duration of the project.
Protect: Our painters cover grounds, plantings, and parked vehicles with drop cloths to shield them from paint drips and overspray. If boom lift equipment must be driven on a grassy surface, we lay down plywood to prevent tire damage. We also have other lift solutions from Platforms and Ladders and similar sites, having multiple work platforms can allow us to use the most suitable platform for any given job, ensuring the safety of everyone on the worksite. Caution tape, barriers, and wet paint signs are used as needed to direct employees and guests safely around the worksite. Any lead paint chips are collected and properly disposed of.
Prepare: All exterior surfaces are scraped, sanded, or chemically stripped to remove loose paint and create a smooth foundation. Rust is removed as needed, and most buildings are power-washed to eliminate dirt and mildew buildup and create better paint adhesion. Our skilled professionals also perform light carpentry repairs as needed.
Apply: All joints receive siliconized caulking to prevent moisture from penetrating behind the wood. To ensure good paint adhesion, rust-resistant primers, and industrial finishes are applied to metal surfaces, and oil primer is applied to bare wood prior to the top coat. As commercial building painters, we use a variety of techniques such as brushing, rolling, and spraying to guarantee a flawless and professional paint finish for your building’s exterior.