Memorial Day Weekend – the unofficial beginning of summer. Everyone looks forward to the sunny skies and warmer temperatures, but what’re the drawbacks to the year’s hottest season? The answer is simple: arbitrary weather. With thunderstorms, heavy winds, to even morning dew, the forecast is certainly unpredictable, so how does Alpine Painting provide such durable and reliable services when it comes to summer commercial and industrial projects? At Alpine Painting, our approach is threefold.
Find the right paint. There are countless amounts of paint products that are suited for different weather conditions; however, before any painting company can select the right paint, extensive research must first be done. Initially, one of our estimators will evaluate the site in order to understand the surroundings and environment. As we create the proposal, we will specify the correct coating system based on the substrates and conditions. If awarded the project, our craftsmen will examine the site for sunlight exposure, wind speed, and precipitation factors, as well as more complex conditions – dew points, humidity levels, and substrate temperatures. While some of these elements are self-explanatory, many might ask, “Why is there so much research involved prior to a project?” Well the answer is simple. We want to be efficient and sharp. If we don’t observe the different dew points, humidity levels, and substrate temperatures, our paint jobs could potentially fail which not only means wasted resources and money, but also loss in credibility. We can’t promise that the approach to finding the right paint is easy, but we can guarantee that it will be worth it.
Moreover, patience is key. And it’s a trait that many commercial painting companies lack. Mother Nature may not cooperate and setbacks are bound to occur. Because the weather is not always ideal, projects may last longer than expected. Whether it is a heat wave that lasts for days or a twenty-four hour period of rain showers, obstructions are inevitable. While weather conditions are obvious reasons to delay our job, we also want to ensure the safety of our workers. Heat strokes and dehydration are all clearly avoidable issues, but in order to prevent these mishaps, patience is needed.
Lastly, at Alpine Painting, we are always on the lookout. We like to consider ourselves quasi weathermen. Because we want to satisfy our customers and allow for a mutually rewarding relationship in the future, our painters and project managers refuse to let any condition stop us from working. Though we may not be physically painting, we are constantly analyzing weather radars and receiving weather updates. Our employees strive to seize any opportunity to paint and finish the job in a timely fashion. That means if the climate is ideal, regardless of time, we will attempt to complete our project.
With summer right around the corner, we would hate to see potential customers run into many of these issues that we work so hard to evade. So why not give us a call at 866-596-0349 or even an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org? Don’t hesitate. We’ll make you look good.