As Christmas approaches, the weather changes and starts to get considerably colder. As a result, maintenance companies find it difficult to complete external spraying works. An alternative to external on site spraying is in-house booth spraying. It is something that many contractors and spraying professionals utilise to ensure they meet their client's needs. |
Cold weather makes it significantly difficult to complete work outside. Although the work can still be completed, it may not be done to the highest standard.
The cooler weather and in some cases, freezing weather, can affect the preparation that is required for external spraying. If ice builds up on roofing or building panels, it can become difficult to prime an area for coating.
The spraying booths or spray ovens allow materials to be prepared and coated in a neutral environment that doesn't affect the coating or spraying process.
Spraying ovens are able to coat a number of materials that have been known to include cladding sheets, door frames, car parts, window fittings and other building fixtures. As long as it fits, it's able to be sprayed in the booth.
In-house booth spraying is completed by registered and qualified spraying technicians. It shouldn't be completed by someone who isn't qualified.
CJ Coatings are a national on site spraying contractor who provide a number of building maintenance services that include cladding panel repair and in-house booth spraying.
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