You’d be forgiven if you thought that a commercial painting project was going to be a big disruption. After all, a vast onsite spraying job can cover a large area of your façade, and you need operations to be smooth and projects to be finished on time.
Paint clean-up can be messy. That’s why we offer a dry fall paint option for your cladding repainting projects. The paint is ideal for industrial and commercial properties inside and out, from warehouses to shops and offices.
What is dry fall paint?
Most paint remains the same consistency from can to cladding. This means it’s wet when it falls, just as it is when it’s applied, meaning clean up can be a challenge. So what’s the alternative?
At Cladding Coatings, we offer dry fall paint, which gets its name from its fast drying properties. This means its droplets fall in such a way that when they land (within ten feet or less) they are solid. The droplets are dry, and simply swept away: reducing clean-up costs and keeping your project on schedule.
Why should you use it for your external refurbishment?
A huge onsite spraying project usually needs careful management and planning. Yet even some things can happen outside of your control. A simple slight breeze can carry the paint droplets, causing them to fall on unprotected façade cladding as well as nearby cars and property.
You might think roller application solves the problem: it may do, but it’s likely to take longer. When speed and high standards are both required, this type of paint for your external walls and roofs gives you the non-stick, wipe away droplets that cause minimal hassle with both quick application and drying time.
What happens to your building’s contents?
Interior refurbishment is a big part of any property repair and renovation project. Naturally, potential occupants want to see a smart finish, and visiting clients and customers need to be assured of attention to detail at every point. But isn’t internal paintwork a hassle?
Not with dry fall paint. Using paint with dry droplets means that there’s no need to cover or remove furniture, fixtures and fittings, or valuables when painting even the ceiling. Instead, any paint droplets that fall can be simply swept or dusted away. What’s more, its easily added to your shopfront spraying work for one, seamless building refurbishment project inside and out.
Which dry fall paint should you use?
At Cladding Coatings, we’ve been using the dry fall range of paint systems from Noxyde® for many years. There are huge advantages. It’s a water-based, single-component paint, which is easy to apply and has excellent protection properties. The Noxyde® dry fall paint range is suitable for multiple surfaces, from gypsum, aluminium and steel to wood.
For your complete peace of mind, rest assured our team have extensive experience using this paint system on high-value sites. In fact, it’s one of the systems of choice for a key service area we cover: car showrooms. Naturally, car showrooms contain extremely high value stock, both inside and out. You need to be certain the cars will always remain in pristine condition, yet also manage expectations as a building owner by maintaining the professional, high standard of paintwork. Dry fall paint is the perfect choice for a quick drying, low risk paint system that leave little residue and causes minimal disruption to your opening hours. Find out more here.
When time is precious, but standards are high, dry fall paint is an excellent choice for your onsite spraying or commercial painting project.
Are you commissioning, managing or letting a commercial property? If so, chat to the Cladding Coatings team about problem-free, low-disruption dry fall paints for your external building walls and roofs today.