It’s all in the details…
We’re back at our large project in the north east this week doing some more internal works and I made a visit to take a series of photographs which hopefully demonstrate our teams ability and skill at spray painting. All of the photos are from the internal atrium area which was highlighted last week on the tenting news feed.
We were asked to refurbish and respray a long section of hand rail in the main reception to the building, this is a huge site so these hand rails will receive a lot of use - needless to say, they need to be perfect and last a long time. This is during the first stage of preperation for the hand rails, including masking and sanding completely flat to remove any scratches or imperfections. We’ll upload further pictures as it comes to a finish.
Louvres are notoriously difficult to spray as they have a number of hidden areas, only visible from certain angles - so with the high volume of traffic using these door sets they needed to be perfect. We’re very happy with the results, particularly the sheen which indicates perfect application of this semi gloss paint.
A couple of close up shots displaying how accurately we can mask areas which are not to receive any paint.
These posts are door stops for the sets of doors from the reception. When starting the preparation, these posts had an unusual corrosion under the original painted surface, so we took them back to the shiny metal to ensure no problems surfaced with the finish. We’ll upload pictures when they have been completed to show the level of finish when measures like this have to be taken.
And finally, just some of the original manufacturing stamps on the doors, which were cleaned and masked before spraying. The telephone number shows the age of the doors with the original prefix. It’s the little details like this that we believe separates us from the competition.