4 Projects To Add To Your Springtime Maintenance List
We may still be feeling winter’s chill in the northern states, but experience tells us that spring will eventually come. In fact, we can guarantee it.
That makes this an ideal opportunity for planning ahead, both to ensure that your maintenance goals are accomplished and ensure that you can secure a place on your painter’s schedule. After all, the spring rush, like spring itself, is on its way.
So, what’s on your to-do list? Here are a few projects to keep in mind.
Concrete Tilt-Up Caulking and Painting
Tilt-up construction is fast and durable, but that doesn’t mean it’s maintenance-free. Routine pressure washing, painting, and caulking is essential, protecting the integrity of the surface and preserving efficiency. Those cracks can be a real liability if they’re neglected. Learn more here!
Parking Garage Painting and Flooring
Talk about high-wear surfaces! Winter leaves a major mark on your concrete, stairs, and walkways. Not only is this unsightly, but it also can create slick, hazardous surfaces.
This is prime time for planning fresh paint, coatings, and safety markings!
Tank Painting and Coating
Corrosion is always a big deal, but especially so when it involves storage tanks. Keeping a healthy, sound surface is crucial. You don’t want to put your commodities, or your team, at risk!
The Painters USA team has NACE-certified inspectors, and can help you effectively protect your property with just the right coating.
Structural Steel Inspections and Coatings
While we’re checking your tanks, why not have us inspect your structural steel as well? Waiting until there is a substantial issue or coating failure drives up the cost of remediation, and creates avoidable hazards at the same time. That’s the kind of multitasking you could do without.
We have proven coating systems that protect and enhance your steel, even through the wildest of winter weather.
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