Category Archives: Industrial Painting

What Causes Coating Failures?

To the casual observer, adding a layer of paint to a room, building or storage tank seems relatively straightforward. You pick a color you like, tape up the parts you don’t want to be painted and then get to work. If that’s the philosophy you’re bringing to a new coat of paint for your business, […]

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What Is Considered Industrial Painting?

The field of industrial painting is not to be confused with the field of commercial painting. While both of these fields will involve painting a building or structure for business reasons, there are different goals in the two processes, and thus different types of paints and painting applications used to achieve them. Read on for […]

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What Goes Into Painting an Airplane Hangar?

Great Western Painting performs the commercial painting jobs no one else wants to do throughout California, Texas and Utah. One of these project types is airplane hangars. This is due to airplane hangar painting challenges that are unique to these structures. However, we are always up for this challenge! This is how we tackle this […]

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How Often Should You Paint Your Silo’s Interior?

When you think of silo painting in Utah, you probably imagine painting the exterior. While exterior painting is one of our services, we also paint the interiors of silos. This post will teach you a few of the signs that it’s time to repaint your silo’s interior, and why doing so is so important: Every […]

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What Is the Difference Between Commercial and Industrial Painting?

If you own a building or structure that needs to be painted, you might assume that commercial and industrial painting services in Utah are the same thing—after all, the end result is a brand-new coat of paint. However, industrial and commercial painting projects are actually handled differently from each other, and when you invest in […]

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