If you own or manage an industrial facility such as a warehouse, a power plant, or a manufacturing facility, corrosion is an inevitable possibility. If you have vital equipment that operates in a humid or moist environment or is exposed to the elements year-round, the risk of corrosion is even greater. Thankfully, there are plenty of solutions available for preventing corrosion or stopping it in its tracks after it begins. With over three decades of experience, our corrosion control contractors serving Pennsylvania, New Jersey, & Delaware specialize in asset preservation in corrosive manufacturing environments.
At Alpine Painting & Restoration, we have the equipment and expertise to set your building up for long term success and minimal deterioration. We offer specialty coatings designed to protect and preserve metal surfaces and restore the appearance of your property. Whether your industrial facility needs a professional deep clean, a new coat of paint or flooring, fireproofing, waterproofing, or corrosion protection, Alpine has you covered.
Corrosion happens most aggressively in environments where:
While corrosion and rust may happen in any environment, it will occur more quickly when these conditions are present.
Why is it important to prevent or stop corrosion from occurring?
Countless historic buildings and bridges around the world have suffered serious damage as a result of corrosion. Even if a structure is primarily made of stone, concrete, or other materials, the metal components used during construction may rust, causing what is referred to as oxide jacking or corrosion damage. Thankfully, we now have a better understanding of corrosion damage and can take proactive steps to interrupt the natural degradation process.
Some of the most common types of corrosion are:
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At Alpine Painting and Restoration, we offer a variety of industrial specialty coatings, including:
It’s not your job to identify what corrosion is happening in your building, or to distinguish what type of coatings are correct for your situation. It’s our job to come in and assess your property to see what you need. We have a wide range of experience in different industries – having worked in food manufacturing, power facilities, restaurants, and even schools and offices, our contractors can confidently determine the best course of action in your unique setting. If you’re seeking the help of corrosion control contractors in Pennsylvania, we are ready to restore your facility to pristine conditions.
Asset preservation is relevant to both new and old structures. For example, an older sports complex may begin to show signs of deterioration – metal objects may rust, the paint may be peeling, or the flooring may be damaged or uneven. Our contractors would arrive on the job ready to provide specialty corrosion-resistant coatings to metal surfaces, resurface the floors, and apply a fresh coat of chip-resistant paint to the walls. Once complete, the facility would look clean and restored to like-new conditions. In addition, it would be safer for your workforce and any customers or other visitors that might drop by.
In another instance, a brand new office building may need new epoxy floors, waterproofing, or fireproofing to get the building up to code. Our contractors would arrive on the job and perform these services to get the location ready for opening. Similarly, if a new factory was opening its doors, Alpine would come in and make sure everything was treated to resist rust and other types of corrosion right from the start.
Along with trained and insured corrosion control contractors in Pennsylvania, Alpine provides advanced industrial cleaning with methods like water blasting and ice blasting to scrub away even the toughest grime in minutes.
Regardless of what type of service you need, our team is in and out, getting the job done quickly and on schedule. We work around your hours of operation if needed so that your workforce is never interrupted. The safety of our workers and our client workers is of paramount importance before the execution of any project. Along with always having OSHA-compliant job sites, Alpine Painting and Restoration is proud to be a member of ISNETWORLD since 2008. A member of ISNETWORLD must conform to the highest standards of safety, conduct, and performance. For more information on our safety standards visit our online safety guide.
Contact Alpine Painting and Restoration Today
We’ve been a trusted name in commercial painting, flooring, cleaning and other restoration services for decades throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and we’re ready to put our skills to work for you. For quality service that can make your facility look and feel new again, contact us today for an estimate or call us with any questions. We will respond to your request within 48 hours and provide you with a timely quote on your project needs.
August 15, 2022
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