You want your commercial building to look as beautiful, functional, and well-kept as possible. Your physical location can say a lot about how you run your business.

Fading paint

Faded paint can make your building look worn and uncared for. This can reduce curb appeal and send the wrong message to customers and vendors.

All paints eventually fade. However, the time it takes to fade will depend on the paint’s quality. It’s a good idea to look into a higher-quality, more resistant paint if you have had problems with faded paint for years.

Our industrial painting contractors can help you determine which paint options will be best suited for your building.

Peeling paint

A problem with commercial paint is the tendency for the paint to fall off the wall from poor adhesion. If multiple layers of paint were applied on top of one another, this is also common.

This can be avoided by making sure the walls are clean before applying paint. High-quality primers reduce the chance of paint peeling.

Cracking or Crazing

Individuals who aren’t familiar with the commercial painters in Auckland process may not be aware of how important surface preparation is.

Cracking and crazing may occur when the paint film has dried and begins to split through one coat. Cracking can occur when the first coat was wetter than the second. In most cases, this is due to poor preparation.

Sometimes, the entire area will need to be painted and repaired. This can be done by using a scraper and cleaning the area.

Galvanizing

A galvanized surface with rust accumulation is another consideration. This is more likely to happen when a business paints commercial areas with metal to cover.

Painting over rust that hasn’t been removed is not going to stop it spreading. In most cases, it will not stick and can blister. It may also have metal shavings, which can make for a unappetizing aesthetic.

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