INDUSTRIAL PAINTING METHODS
The process involved in painting an industrial space is much like painting a residential space, but with extra steps involved to address the scope of the paint job. First, the building is prepped; this involves cleaning the grime and dirt off of the building and getting the surface ready for paint. Next, the painters will tape over any areas that don’t need paint and level any uneven surface areas. The preparation is the most important step in this process. After the surface is prepped and ready to go, the painting process will begin. This may take several days to complete and the paint will be completely dry after two days.
During interior industrial painting, the surface will be prepped similarly to external surfaces, except the materials and products used to apply the paint would be different. Industrial paints dry out quickly, and the painting must be performed continually, until the surface area painted looks smooth. Proper ventilation is needed to prevent any disasters from hazardous fumes.
Here at All American Painting, we are used to working in tough situations such as high rise exteriors or inside large traffic tunnels. We use a variety of light and heavy equipment to complete any project.