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Atglen Specialty Coatings Contractors

Serving Chester County Businesses for 30 Years

Specialty Coatings in Atglen

Your commercial or industrial property needs quality protection from the elements and corrosion to  maintain its value. That’s why you need the best specialty coatings in Atglen from Alpine Painting & Restoration. We have over 30 years of experience in the business and can provide you with a wide range of services to suit your needs. We offer a variety of specialized coating services that will protect your investment and keep it looking its best for years to come. Our team has the experience and expertise to provide high-quality, long-lasting results. Get in touch with us today to  learn more about our services and how we can help you.

What are specialty coatings?

Specialty coatings are high-performance coatings that provide superior protection for your property. They are designed to withstand the harshest weather conditions and wear and tear, protecting your facility from substances like chemicals and rust. Specialty coatings can be used on a variety of surfaces, including metal, concrete, asphalt, and more. They are made from a blend of epoxy and polyurethane to offer optimal protection from external factors like corrosion and extreme temperatures.

Specialty coatings are quite different from standard paints, and the application process requires specialized skills and techniques. That’s why it’s critical to enlist our professional team of specialty coatings contractors in Atglen. With over 30 years of experience, you can depend on Alpine Painting & Restoration for expert applications and customer service.

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Reasons to Choose

  • 30+ years experience
  • OSHA 10 & 30 Certified
  • ISNetworld member vendor (ISN) Member
  • International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT) Member
  • Association for Materials Protection and Performance (AMPP) Member
  • Steel Structures Painting Council (SSPC) Member

Choosing a Specialty Coating

Depending on the facility you own or manage,  there are a few different types of specialty coatings that might be a good fit. The right coating for your property can be determined using the corrosion classification system, which  is a guide used to identify the level of protection needed. The system has five different categories, each with its own set of coatings that are designed to provide specific levels of protection.

Corrosion Classifications

C1: Heated facilities with relatively clean atmospheres, like schools or office complexes

C2: Regions with low levels of pollution, such as rural areas, or unheated buildings that are subject to condensation like warehouses or sports halls

C3: Urban and industrial properties with moderate sulfur dioxide pollution, coastal areas with low salinity (i.e. the amount of salt in the air), or facilities low levels of air pollution but high humidity levels

C4: Industrial and coastal facilities with high salinity, such as coastal shipyards or swimming pools

C5-I: Industrial buildings with very high humidity and high levels of pollution

C5-M: Properties with excessive condensation and extremely high pollution

At Alpine Painting & Restoration, we understand that choosing the right specialty coating for your business can be daunting. However, rest assured that our job is to evaluate your property and determine the best fit for your needs. We will only recommend and provide expert application services for a specialty coating that we believe will extend the lifespan of your property.

Types of Specialty Coatings

No matter what coating you’re looking for, you want to make sure that you’re getting the highest quality product available.  At Alpine Painting & Restoration,  we only use the best products on the market to ensure that our customers are getting the best possible results. We offer a wide range of specialized coatings, including:

  • Intumescent Fire-Proofing (ULI listed and suitable for internal and external steelwork)
  • CIM High-performance Coatings
  • Fluid Applied Insulation
  • Liquid-Applied Lining Systems
  • Extreme Immersion
  • Plural-component Polyurethane
  • Polysiloxanes and Fluorothanes

Our specialty coatings can help your facility withstand dangers like:

  • Chemicals and other corrosive substances
  • UV rays
  • Fire
  • Extreme temperatures
  • Inclement weather
  • Water or humidity
  • Salt

Many industrial and commercial environments are especially susceptible to these external dangers, and that’s why our specialty coatings are so important. By investing in our products, you can extend the lifespan of your property and protect your investment.

The Benefits of Specialty Coatings

When you require reliable protection from the elements, our Atglen specialty coatings are here to help. In addition to safeguarding your property, coatings also offer the following benefits:

  • Fast dry times
  • Solvent and VOC-free
  • Shock-resistance
  • Corrosion protection
  • Waterproofing
  • Fireproofing
  • Chemical, environmental and atmospheric resistance
  • Enhanced facility appearance

After your coatings application, your property will be  better protected against the elements, and will look great too. In addition, the improved appearance of your property can help increase its value, make a better impression on potential business partners, and even raise worker morale.

Why Alpine Painting & Restoration

Decades in Business: Alpine Painting & Restoration has been in business for over 30 years. During that time, we’ve worked with some of the biggest names in the business and have provided excellent asset preservation services in Atglen for countless properties. We set ourselves apart by always putting our customer’s needs first, and our reputation speaks for itself.

High Safety Standards:  We take safety seriously at Alpine Painting & Restoration. We’re a certified lead-safe firm, and our team is trained in OSHA standards. We always put safety first, whether we’re working on a small residential property or a large commercial facility.

We Work Around Your Schedule:  We know that your business can’t afford to be disrupted. That’s why we’ll work around your schedule to minimize the impact of our work on your day-to-day operations. Our Atglen coatings contractors can even work at nights or on the weekends to avoid interrupting your operations.

Famous Clients: Some of the largest, most respected companies in the country have relied on Alpine Painting & Restoration for our exceptional specialty coatings. Our past clients have included:

Walmart

Coca-Cola

Pepsi

Sherwin-Williams

PPG Protective and Marine Coatings

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Chester County Service Areas

Alpine Painting & Restoration is your business’s top choice for specialty coatings throughout Chester County. Our service areas include, but are not limited to:

  • Westchester
  • Phoenixville
  • Exton
  • Coatesville
  • West Grove
  • Downingtown
  • Kennett Square
  • Malvern

If you’re a Atglen property manager in need of quality protection from the elements,  connect with Alpine Painting & Restoration today to find out where we can provide specialty coatings in your area.

Call Today for Specialty Coatings in Westchester, Exton, Downingtown, and Surrounding Areas

If you’re looking for the best specialty coatings in Atglen, look no further than Alpine Painting & Restoration. We’ve been in business for over 30 years, and we have the experience and expertise to handle any project. We’re also certified lead-safe and OSHA compliant. Call us today to learn more about our services or to schedule a consultation.

Top Frequently Asked Questions

Why is asset preservation important?

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Generally speaking, asset preservation is investing in the protection of your employees and your facilities. For example asset preservation will allow you to protect your employees from sickness, prevent rust and corrosion, maintain cleanliness, decrease liability , prevent accidents from occurring and more.

What is the difference between commercial and industrial painting?

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Commercial painting examples typically include small businesses, restaurants, offices, retail buildings, and apartment complexes. Industrial painting is unique as it is more focused on the process of the application of specialty coatings for example, epoxy flooring, waterproofing & fireproofing.

What are specialty coatings?

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Specialty coating examples can include both inside and outside environments. Warehouses, bridges, and offshore sites are just a few of many examples where specialty coatings are necessary for the safety and longevity of the equipment or facility. Industrial specialty coatings include intumescent fireproofing, fluid applied insulation, liquid applied lining systems, extreme immersion, plural component polyurethane, and hydrophobic & super hydrophilic coatings.

What are the benefits of plural component polyurethane coatings?

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Fast cure times, solvent free and VOC free, flexibility, shock resistant, corrosion protection, waterproof, chemical, environmental & atmospheric resistance are all benefits when applied according to industry specifications.

What industries does Alpine Painting & Restoration serve?

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Aviation, chemical plants, cleanrooms, fresh and waste water plants, food & beverage, heavy industrial manufacturing, hyper retail centers, municipal buildings, parks & facilities, new construction, pharmaceutical manufacturing, power generation, pulp & paper, restaurants and hospitality, sports & entertainment complexes, warehousing.

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The Alpine Difference

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For decades, our workforce has adhered to the maximum safety standards for corrosive manufacturing environments while progressively honing our craft to produce stunning results for our clients. We are active members of ISNetworld, the leading safety information management platform for contractors around the world.

  • Certified Workers

  • OSHA-Compliant Job Sites

  • OSHA 10 & OSHA 30

  • Constant & Continuing Education

  • ISN Member Contractor

  • Detailed Workmanship & a Commitment to Excellence

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