It’s easy to overlook and underestimate the value and importance of commercial and industrial painting. Often times, while walking into a brand new doctor’s office, or a recently constructed mall, the color, texture, and presentation of the floors, walls, and ceiling can be unappreciated. And for the untrained eye, that could be considered a good thing. How often to you take notice of properly done trade work that you’re not familiar with? The only time it would be noticeable is if that work were done to a lesser quality. And this same idea goes with commercial painting, industrial painting, and epoxy flooring.
If you walk into a doctor’s office, and see the ceiling lined with water stains, or the floor chipping and cracking away, a consumer or patient will have second thoughts on letting anyone perform an examination. But when a patient walks into a brand new office, with crisp ceilings, a smooth coat of paint, and slick floors, that patient is more likely to experience a level of comfort with creating a sustaining business relationship in that area. This is why properly installed coating can help improve a business’s performance.
Typically, coatings are for aesthetics and preservation. They can certainly be functional as well, preventing water or coercion. But because these locations experience a large volume of consumers, they typically have to display a presentable appearance. Unfortunately, measuring the return on investment for a building’s investment is difficult. But the return doesn’t necessary come from consumers, but also by creating a more comfortable work environment for your staff, which will encourage more production. Presentation and aesthetics aren’t the only purpose of this age-old trade. They can help protect floor, walls, ceilings, and other important resources that businesses typically want to have lasting for the long-term.
Now, transitioning to industrial painting and industrial flooring is a whole new beast. While commercial painting and commercial flooring focuses on appearance and aesthetics, the former focuses on (mostly) preservation. Industries that deal with a lot of liquids, chemicals, and foods, typically have a large amount of piping and silos and tanks that need to be preserved. This preservation can help withhold these expensive infrastructure fixtures, allowing businesses to upkeep them for the long run. Additionally, industries seeking industrial painting and flooring often have specific codes that they need to obey. To help keep up with these coupon codes, an experienced painting contractor can help keep your infrastructure up to date with these codes, preventing any untimely shut down, due to random inspections.
Epoxy flooring can often become a valuable asset for any facility with concrete floor. Epoxy can withstand a lot of hard wearing applications. Additionally, it is also very durable, helping to protect a concrete floor beneath the surface. It is easy to clean, resisting water and other liquids, making clean-up quick and simple. Additionally, epoxy floors are chemically resistant. If you’re dealing with a plant or facility that serves with chemicals, then the epoxy flooring is an inexpensive solution to helping protect your concrete floors from potentially coercive chemicals.
This is just a quick summary of industrial painting, industrial flooring, commercial painting, commercial flooring, and epoxy flooring. They all have their specific purposes, and are intended for specific industrial or commercial requirements. Depending on what your business is, or what you are manufacturing, you will have a variety of flooring and painting services to help create the productive environment you are seeking.
Penn Coat INC has been offering quality industrial and commercial painting, flooring, and epoxy flooring for over 25 years. Penn Coat INC has served the requirements of a variety of industrial manufacturers, and is confident that it can implement that experience into your upcoming project.