Tag: Surface Preparation

30Apr

Your business’ garage floor is constantly exposed to the elements. Customers might not think highly of dull gray, grease-stained concrete flooring. For a low-maintenance yet clean and bold appearance, consider the current popular trends in garage floor coatings. Floors have come a long…

28May

Before any major painting job, it’s important to remember adequate surface preparation. Surface preparation plays a key role in determining the success of any coating project. It can create a better bond between the surface and the paint, leaving a fresh look for…

18Jun

As you may know, proper surface preparation is the key to a successful coating.  Surface preparation helps create a solid bond between surface and paint, thus establishing an effective and long-lasting coat. There are many types of preparation tools available that will give you…

9Jul

Whether you’re preparing for a fresh coating or cleaning equipment, dry ice blasting could be beneficial to your Central or Southern California business. How it works: Dry ice blasting involves solid pellets of dry ice or shaved ice blocks that are shot out…

22Jul

There are several painters from which to choose in the Central and Southern California area. The list may be overwhelming and you might not know who to trust. Referrals from friends or other businesses are always helpful but you might need more information. Cor-Ray Painting…

6Aug

Whether it’s adhesion failure, chalking, overspray or countless other defects, faulty coatings can be rather frustrating. Identifying common problems and their causes can help you avoid working with those that don’t have the quality control required for an excellent coating. Listed…

3Dec

Over the past couple of years, exposed ceilings in steel structures have been popping up all over the place, whether it’s an industrial space or a coffee shop. Exposed bar joist ceilings give a clean, updated look while also creating an expansive effect.…