Warehouse Painting Services with Painter Ready
Warehouse Painters Chattanooga TN
Got questions about warehouse painting? Well, there are many different responsibilities involved in managing or owning a warehouse. For your building to withstand the tests of time, maintaining the property is of the utmost importance. One of the main responsibilities involved with the upkeep of these facilities is the paint on both the exterior and interior surfaces.
No matter how high-quality the interior or exterior paint is—due to sunlight and moisture—it is inevitable that paint fades away or peels when exposed to these elements. Repainting a warehouse building or any other commercial painting property not only improves the aesthetic appearance of the building but it also helps with longevity and durability.
Painter Ready Signs That Your Warehouse Needs Repainting
Use paint to enhance the aesthetic appeal of your facility, making it appear professional and well-maintained. The appearance of your building and the consistency of its color scheme will positively impact employee morale and productivity.
There are many benefits to repainting a warehouse, but how do you know when the right time to repaint is? Signs that your warehouse needs repainting:
- Interior/Exterior walls are peeling or fading
- The exterior surface of the building is flaking or cracking
- Evidence of water stains or mold
- Metal surfaces are corroding or rusting
- Paint begins to peel or fade
The primary focus of painting your warehouse is to prevent unnecessary wear and tear on your building. It is a preventative measure to help prolong the life of your building and fight against tough working conditions and harsh elements.
STEP 1: Free Professional Estimate
It all begins with a free professional estimate. We inspect the metal you’d like us to paint and take into account any repairs or maintenance needed.
STEP 2: Light Wash
To begin with, our workers lightly wash the warehouse building with a power washer. Washing creates a nice, clean surface for our new paint to adhere to.
STEP 3: Priming
Painter Ready workers then prime any exposed metal or any rusty metal. It’s important to use good, quality metal primers for these areas.
STEP 4: Determining Preferences
There are then some circumstances where it is preferred to use specific paints; we evaluate this on a case-by-case basis. We can give you the best selection of coatings for painting your warehouse.
STEP 5: Painting
We paint warehouses in various ways, including airbrushing, dipping, and rolling.
STEP 6: Cleaning
Painter Ready then cleans the area and returns it to how we found it. The paint dries within a few hours, and we remove all painting materials and coverings.
STEP 7: Inspection
Everything gets cleaned for your walk-through and inspection. We give you the opportunity to look the work over and ensure you are satisfied with our metal building painting.
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I repaint my warehouse?
It is best to repaint your warehouse when you can see prominent wear and tear on the interior or exterior surfaces of the building. The timeframe for repainting can vary depending on the location and industry the warehouse is in.
Before my warehouse can be repainted, does the old paint need to be removed?
Generally, not all of the old paint needs removing. One of the most essential steps of warehouse painting is to remove any stained, loose, peeling, or cracking paint prior to the repainting process. Many times, there are areas of the warehouse where the stripping of old paint is not necessary—it can simply be painted over.
How long does it take for the paint to dry?
It really depends on the type of paint that is used. For instance, most paints set in about 2 hours; however, it can take as long as 30 days for the paint to cure fully, depending on the project’s location.
How many coats of paint are necessary for my warehouse?
In most instances, two complete coats of paint for a previously painted surface will suffice. The longevity of the paint is affected more by the quality of the contents within the paint rather than the number of coats that are applied.
If you plan on changing the color of your warehouse, this could affect the number of coats that are applied. It is best to consult with the Painter Ready team prior to making this decision.
Does a more expensive paint last longer?
The more expensive the paint, the more high-quality content it contains. Therefore, it will contain more durable pigments and resins designed to give you a higher-quality and longer-lasting finish.