Being a Commercial Painting Contractor has its perks and challenges. The perks are the satisfaction of knowing that a job is successfully completed. But that completion isn’t without its headaches, which is where the challenges come to play.
One of the most common substrates to paint in commercial and industrial facilities are the ceilings. And when a typical human thinks of ceilings, they’re probably thinking of drywall. Which might require some trisodium phosphate and spackle. But when you’re a commercial painting contractor, you’re dealing with more than drywall.
Recently, we were tasked with the objective to paint a ceiling and wall. And although this sounds pretty straight-forward, there’s alot more that meets the eye. Like what’s the room temperature? Any of these infrared thermometers will be beneficial in helping you decide which material is right for the job.