Going Up!

Making things look like new is what Spray Finishes does best and today we’re focusing on a couple recent projects featuring the exposed framing of elevator shafts. It is our job to make sure every piece of your property appears new and eye-catching. Let’s take a look!

The first project was for the framing of an exposed elevator shaft at City Acres Market found in New York City. It is a one-stop shop offering both fresh and ready-made products of the highest quality. The elevator beams were painted black, which went along with the quality, modern, and trendy appeal of the market along with its website.

Since City Acres Market was a new construction project, the framing of the elevator shaft ended up being damaged during install and the duration of the project. With all the other trades working around the beams, it was unintentionally scratched and damaged during the process. Plus, the interior pieces of the frame were never painted originally; however, they were visible due to the exposed nature of the elevator shaft. Spray painting the piece was a quick solution that solved the issue for a minimal cost compared to replacing it entirely.

 

The second project, also located in New York City, was for Gap’s flagship store in Times Square. It was new construction and no details could be overlooked at this popular clothing store, especially given the location. We specialize in color matching and used a custom color that matched the rest of the store’s design scheme.

Spray Finishes used electrostatic spray painting on both of the prjects because they were metal. This method, where positively and negatively charged particles attract to one other, allows the paint to effortlessly stick to the metal and create a beautiful end product. This technique helps eliminate any breaks in color, as well as an abundance of overspray.

If your new or existing project is in need of some brightening up or paint solution repairs, look no further than Spray Finishes. We are able to do projects on site for your convenience or in one of our five tri-state area locations, including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Long Island, and Westchester. Contact Spray Finishes today for an estimate on your next painting project.

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