As a commercial and industrial painting company, one of the applications we often face is structural steel painting. Whether it is the exposed structural steel that is part of the décor of a modern retail establishment, or the hidden structural supports of a building that are almost never seen, the painting must be done with correct procedures and materials.
There is a vast range of products available for painting structural steel, depending on the needs of the project. Electrostatic painting, intumescent fireproof coatings, corrosion resistant coatings and many more options exist, and this is where Kaloutas shines. We take the time to understand exactly what needs you have for your specific facility. Our product knowledge is vast and detailed, so you can have confidence that your structural steel will be treated with exactly the coatings and procedures it needs.
Commercial and industrial businesses have a multiplicity of uses for structural steel painting:
- Fire doors
- Structural supports
- Bar-joist ceilings (warehouse ceilings)
- Pipes, tanks and silos
- Railings, fire escapes and stairways
- Metal doorframes and window frames
- Retail shelving and displays
- And much more!
In addition to structural steel painting, Kaloutas offers a full range of commercial and industrial painting services. With a well-trained staff of expert craftsman, we can literally offer floor-to-ceiling service!
- Epoxy floors
- Concrete crack and expansion joint repair
- Anti-slip and anti-microbial flooring
- Wallpaper and other wallcoverings
- Drywall finishing and repair
- Elastomeric coatings
- Interior painting
- Exterior painting
- Electrostatic painting
- Line striping
- Bin marking
- Sponge jet cleaning
- Pressure washing
- Faux and decorative finishing
- Low-VOC and Zero-VOC environmental coatings
Call Kaloutas if you have any industrial or commercial painting needs, including structural steel painting. Our responsive office staff will give you their full attention and connect you to the services you need. Kaloutas serves New Hampshire, Delaware and Massachusetts, giving New England a clear choice for structural steel painting.