Part 2 – Painting versus Replacing — A Guide to the Economic Advantages of Painting

November 12, 2008

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The Costs of Painting: Lower Direct Costs and Greatly Reduced Indirect Costs

Painting usually has lower manpower costs. However, if a surface needs to be specially treated or prepared, the manpower costs for painting can be comparable to the costs of replacement. Material costs of painting are usually far lower than replacement costs. An experienced industrial painting company is able to deliver a refurbishment solution to a facility with lower direct costs.

Indirect costs are lower as well. A good industrial painting company is often able to fit work schedules around your production schedule, minimizing downtime, and saving the company a fortune in indirect costs.

Industrial painting can be a very cost effective part of your building refurbishment strategy. Contact your industrial painting company to ask about industrial painting costs and services.

Whether completing emergency repairs or a major project, industrial operations require a contractor who gets the job done quickly and at a competitive price while causing minimal disruption to on-going facility operation. Moreover, work in most facilities requires a contractor who responds quickly and innovatively to unforeseen problems and roadblocks.

Contact an industrial painting company who will partner with you and your facility engineers to provide value engineering before your project begins, find solutions to your problems throughout the work, and deliver a project that works for your operational and maintenance teams.

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