Toronto’s Industrial Ceiling Painting Company
With industries becoming increasingly competitive every day it is vital that your facility have the upper hand on your competitor. There is no better way to show your current or potential customers that you care about your facility and the quality of your workplace than a fresh coat of paint. With our expert knowledge and staff, we can transform your facility into a workplace that you are proud to call your own.
Painting your corrugated metal ceiling can have many benefits to a workplace. Most facilities generate a lot of dust and debris which can become contaminated further with chemicals or solvents that may be present in the area. This debris will collect on your joists, on top of light fixtures and even clings to your ceiling. This will leave your ceiling looking old and grungy as well as lowering the overall air quality in the area and sometimes contaminating production areas if the debris starts to fall from the ceiling. This can be properly addressed by a compressed air blow down which is performed before most ceiling painting projects.
Anyone can apply a coat of paint, but it takes a professional company to have the knowledge and ability to apply the proper coating in a time frame that works for the customers’ needs while minimizing workplace disruption.
The first stage of starting your ceiling painting project is to do a site visit to determine the product that needs to be used, how much equipment, racking, and other workplace materials must be covered, and lastly a timeframe that works for the customer.
Some customers opt to go the extra mile and add colour coded pipe painting to their ceiling project. This can make it easier for service people to find and repair pipes and makes your facility look organized and very aesthetically pleasing.
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