The PPA 571 coating protect metal fencing from corrosion for 15 years

Archive for November, 2015

Protecting Your Lawn Equipment with Powder Coating

Posted on: November 29th, 2015 by byersbushblog

Lawn equipment has to operate in some of the most hostile environments for metal equipment. Grass, trees and shrubs are often wet and will eventually lead to corrosion and deterioration over time. If you don’t mind replacing your equipment every decade or so this probably isn’t a big deal to you, but if you would rather get more life out of your equipment and stop needlessly spending on equipment that you already have, it makes sense to invest in a powder coat treatment for your equipment. (more…)

Protecting Old Railings through Sandblasting

Posted on: November 27th, 2015 by byersbushblog

Railings aren’t just a decorative item added to the front of your business, but are there for safety reasons as well. Not only can you not afford to let railings get rusty or start to wear away, but it could actually lead to a lawsuit or other legal problems in the future. That’s why you have to be proactive about how your company takes care of its railings and outdoor safety equipment. (more…)

Consider Powder Coating Your Bleacher to make it Last Longer

Posted on: November 25th, 2015 by byersbushblog

For high schools and colleges, bleachers are a large investment that has to be renewed every few years under normal conditions. While bleachers used to be made from wood, they are all slowly moving to steel and aluminum instead. Steel bleachers are the most common option, even though they often suffer from damaging corrosion that can force schools to make premature replacements and take away from budgets for sports programs. (more…)

Breathe Life into Old Tools through Sandblasting and Coating

Posted on: November 23rd, 2015 by byersbushblog

Whether you’re a roofer, a construction company or some other business that relies heavily on tools, you know the pain of tossing out perfectly good equipment because it became too damaged or poor looking due to corrosion. (more…)