Worry Free Painting is a certified industrial painting contractor offering exterior and interior warehouse painter services in New Jersey and New York.
A warehouse is a storage space used by manufacturers, importers, transporters, wholesalers and businesses to store goods while they are in transit or awaiting distribution to end users. Warehouses are long term facilities expected to serve for decades; as such, painting is a way of preserving and extending the life span of the space. Painting a warehouse properly is not easy, so why would you trust the job to just any contractor?
Reasons to paint a warehouse
There are several reasons for painting a warehouse in Rutherford NJ and other locations. The top of the list is preservation. Your warehouse needs to be preserved inside and out – inside to protect against the harsh effects of heavy use by employees, and outside to protect against the elements. Combined, these effects greatly extend the life span of your warehouse. The second reason for painting your warehouse is cleanliness and aesthetics. The environment impacts our attitude of work in so many ways, and has a notable impact on your employee’s motivation and work ethic. When an employee walks into a warehouse and sees the place is neat and clean, he or she is much more motivated to work.
Why use a Rutherford NJ professional warehouse painter?
To achieve the best results for your warehouse, only a professional painter like Worry Free has the preparation, techniques, and equipment to ensure a long-lasting and high quality paint job. There are a lot of preparations undertaken when painting a warehouse, such as knowing to thoroughly wash and clean all surfaces to allow for smooth application of paint. When painting the exterior, special coats that can withstand bad weather are used so your warehouse can stand up against the elements.
Anti-rust coatings are applied to lengthen the life of the warehouse metal structures. For the roof, hydraulic lifts and durable paint are necessary. Special paints are used for floors, flat decks, pavement, and other interior areas. A professional painter knows what to use and where to use it.
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Painting the inside and the floor of a warehouse
Different colors are used as codes for certain types of equipment or goods. Again, your average painting company doesn’t know or provide this service. These color codes will alert employees to be cautious when they are in such areas.
*** Yellow and black diagonally represent aisles used for forklifts.
*** White and red colors are used for hazardous chemical and electrical material storage.
*** White and black stripes designate general storage areas.