This is What You Need to Know about Residential, Industrial and Commercial Painting.
A term we can all relate with, painting is defined as the act of applying paint over a support base which is mainly a solid surface by the extensive use of a brush or with the help of other tools such as an airbrush.
Commercial painters are the best for the job when it comes to large scale painting such as painting large scale facilities, workshops, public places and other immense projects like football stadiums and airports, a job they are very familiar with.
Residential painters are the go-to guys if you just moved in to a new house, or built your own and are looking to have a personal touch, as they will guide you and work with you in order to come up with the best paint formation to suit your needs.
Industrial painters habitually work primarily in the painting of structures or industrial commodities, construction and manufacturing, with most industrial painters having an industry specialty, such as house painting, automotive painting or machinery painting thus making them a more general lot.
Equipment is the highlight of most painters which makes commercial painters not any different since they have a greater understanding and work with a variety of materials such as stucco, concrete and metal to complete their work but not to imply that other painters are not as experienced.
A residential painter would be one who works with the client to design and thus they often work with common materials used in home building, such as wood and siding, unlike commercial painters who work with materials such as stucco, metal and concrete.
While most of the residential and commercial painters may not be as occupied, industrial painters have an everyday duty of maintaining equipment, preparing surfaces and painting materials in order to ensure smooth work flow in their major specialty of construction and manufacturing and therefore have to maintain a clear and elaborate work schedule.
As the name suggests, commercial painters will often avail themselves with all the materials and equipment needed to do so, in the best and shortest time needed and so it translates to a business-oriented kind of painting.
Residential painters, unlike commercial workers, are not meant to beat deadlines but to work with what is available and come up with a pleasing result to the homeowner, since a home is generally smaller than a business, as is the case of commercial painters.
Industrial painters have a tight working space since they are required to maintain the paintwork within the required guidelines, do it to the best of their ability and complete it in the stipulated time and therefore have to be experienced and disciplined in order to handle a client’s job.