How to choose the best metal cladding paint for a project
FinishDeciding on the finish for your cladding structure may mean a choice of one paint colour or many. Ultrimax high volume and wide reach warehousing mean that your paint colour choice can be delivered next day. This means cost savings in terms of hours spent on the project and also allows for greater flexibility. The colour that the public associate with a brand is a discreet yet powerful motivator, often guiding customers towards a destination without visible signage.
ColourThis attribute is too powerful to not be included in your building design and Ultrimax is able to mix paint to your colour specification based on a sample. The location of your building and it's impact on its surrounding are important factors to consider when choosing the right paint for your metal cladding. Subtle gradients of colour chosen to blend in with the sky or the location can lessen the visual footprint of a building particularly in areas where the structure may stand out visually otherwise. Ultrimax paint is manufactured in a wide range of highly durable colours with excellent UV stability, perfect for weather facing sides or roof.
RefinishIf parts of your structure are already painted, you may be deciding if a complete refinish or a partial refurbishment is the best option. Ultrimax has solutions for each of these options; Noxyde, a high-quality one coat for rapid, anti-corrosive protection and Metal Cladding Topcoat for cladding refurbishments. Both of these options have excellent waterproofing characteristics, colour stability and durability. Your choice of paint for your steel clad building is important, as a professionally applied paint finish could last 10 years. Because your paintwork is going to last, your finish will need to have high elasticity. Zinc can expand one inch in every 30 feet of roof panel when exposed to high temperatures. Steel and aluminium will shrink and expand also, although to a lesser degree. For this reason, Rustoleum cladding paints are manufactured to resist shrinkage and allow for expansion. An important factor to consider when choosing your paint.
CladdingMetal cladding is prone to airborne contaminants from any source. If your building is adjacent to a car park or busy road, pollution from airborne chemicals produced by exhaust gases can be a major hazard to your steel cladding finish. Rustoleum cladding paints are manufactured to be able to resist tarnish and damage from airborne chemicals, rain and salt water. Your investment in paint will be visible for many years. Metal cladding paint needs to be easy to apply, prevent oxidisation, durable and elastic, resist UV fading and damage from airborne chemicals. It also needs to look exceptional. Choose the best metal cladding paint from Ultrimax and your investment will be safeguarded for many years to come.
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