Commercial and industrial buildings cladded in corrugated metal or timber can appear tatty if the cladding is allowed to wear. Painting the cladding is a means to refresh the appearance of it and the cost is far less than replacement. If the surface beneath the paint is in good condition, we always recommend refurbishment over replacement although the new coating needs to be applied professionally for a factory finish.
The goal when painting cladding is to return the corrugated metal to such a condition where it appears to be fresh from the factory. A good paint finish will make the cladding last longer and reduce the need for patching in the future.
Metal cladding is purchased in bulk and very usually it is painted at the factory. Factory coatings have a shelf life of around ten years. After which, they begin to fade and can peel away from the metal. This is down to weathering. A more durable solution is available from ourselves. We too guarantee our paint spraying work for 10-years, but we have customers whose cladding looks as good as new 15 years on.
Whether you have a single elevation, façade or a whole building that needs painting, we’ll get the job done. We also spray paint storage containers and other metal surfaces, as well as timber and UPVC cladding. The paint we use is engineered to deliver superior performance and last and last. But it’s the quality of our work that differentiates us with our spray work delivering truly flawless results.
Plastic cladding, timber cladding, and UPVC cladding can be painted, either in the same colour as it was or in a new colour. If you have raw cladding, you might like to change the colour to one that matches your brand. Whatever the case, call us and we will provide you with a competitive quote. Our number is 0800 037 0658.