Being a good painter does not necessarily mean that someone will be a good industrial painting contractor. Industrial painting is a completely different animal from painting houses or ofﬁces.
Typically, industrial painting requires extensive professional equipment and expertise, including access equipment for working at heights, spray machines, sandblasting equipment, pressure washers, and a vast knowledge of paints and coatings not available to the average painter or homeowner. Additionally, there are regulatory safety requirements that must be adhered to: WHMIS training, WSIB, Ontario Working at Heights regulations, scissor lift and boom lift licences, swing stage training and certiﬁcation.
Even the most durable construction materials deteriorate when exposed to our harsh Canadian climate – extremes of temperature, rain and snow, UV rays from the sun, all cause our industrial buildings and structures to deteriorate. Steel structures such as tanks, silos, metal roofs, bridges, steel siding, etc. rust. Aluminum siding fades and becomes unsightly. Concrete, concrete block, bricks crack and fail when water penetrates.
Proper preparation and painting is vital to protect these assets. As exterior painters in Toronto, we are trained in NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers) and SSPC (Steel Structures Painting Council) inspection, preparation standards and paint coating speciﬁcations.
Exterior paint coatings we use include waterproof elastomeric paint, epoxy, urethane, polysiloxane, high performance waterborne acrylics, silicone alkyds, and others. We have the expertise to match the existing conditions and your expectations to provide the best exterior painting services in Toronto and the GTA.