Cost-effective restoration for dull, faded and contaminated finishes
If you own or are responsible for the maintenance of commercial properties built from the 70′s onwards then you will probably have powder-coated finishes on the building somewhere and possibly anodised aluminium or stainless steel components that make up the external facade of the building i.e. window and door frames, cladding, roller shutters, drain pipes, hand rails balustrading etc.
As you can see from the above picture (Re-news workshop door) fading of powder-coated paint is common place. But you can also see that the left side of the door has been treated (2007) with our paint restoration system and the right side has not. Since this treatment was completed, we have not cleaned or re-treated the door; which is now an on-going experiment to prove that our treatments maintain high quality finishes and also confirms longevity.
The cost to treat powder-coated or metal surfaces is a fraction of replacement costs and can be completed without disturbance to occupants or business activities, which is vital when you are looking for solutions that help reduce capital expenditure and also operational costs.
Whether you are considering refurbishment or dilapidations, remember that (with very few exceptions) it will be more cost-effective to ‘Re-new it’ rather than replace it.
For more information on this treatment please call us on 0845 900 3866 or submit an enquiry online.