SANDING OF RUSTED AREAS
Let’s be real..rust sucks. It’s damaging, it does not look good on your building, facility, or equipment, and just plain destroys metallic materials. That is why SPPI provides to remove and sand rusted areas for industrial buildings and facilities. Removing rust from surfaces will improve the appearance, but its importance goes beyond
what the eye can see. Rust, left unchecked, can lead to pitting and structural damage to products and components. It can also impact the performance of instrumentation, contaminate flow paths, and impact reliability.
We understand that efficiency is important in industrial warehouses and facilities. That is why it is important to let the professionals come in and tackle a task like sanding down rusted areas. SPPI moves,
quick, efficiently, we adhere to your building’s schedule and needs and we always give a fair price for service.
Combining our government rust removal with some of our other painting services is a great way to effortlessly transition from cracked and loose to a beautiful seamless coat of paint in one painting project. Our teams can not only remove your government building or facility’s loose paint, but also provide a plethora of
government painting services such as:
- Drywall repair
- Carpentry and Wood Repair Services
- Interior and Exterior Painting
Start with a free estimate. We will walk you through our process and give you an estimation of how long your project will take.
Project Management Reporting
Project Signage & Notification
We believe that communication is vital to the success of each at SPPI. We do an excellent job by communicating and giving out precautionary signs on our working sites.
Quick and Easy Scheduling
Live Assistance 9AM-6PM
SPPI will Provides Quality Work and Project Management for Every Project
All areas will be pressure cleaned completely to remove all molds, milder and algae.
All loose paint will be scraped, sanded and spot primed, and fresh caulk will be added.
Cleaning up will be daily at the end of every project following OSHA’s regulations.