Pole Barn Painting and Epoxy Floors
Pole barn painting and epoxy floors can add a splash of color while increasing the years the structure’s life. When painting a pole barn, it is best to have it done correctly the first time. A cheap paint job or epoxy floor coating costs more because inevitably, you will need to have it repainted sooner. Making a good investment in patience and quality exterior paint will help your pole barn increase in dividends for many years.
Pole Barn Painting Preparation
You may try to do-it-yourself or hire a professional to paint your pole barn. Either way, you must prepare the barn by removing grease or dirt before adding paint. Otherwise, a dirty surface will keep the paint from bonding properly.
Flaking will occur and result in an unattractive appearance. If there is any existing paint flaking, it can be removed with a paint scraper. However, a power washer is easier and faster to use.
Painting the Pole Barn
Pole barns can suffer from extreme exposure to outside elements. Protecting your barn from the rain and sun will help to prevent wood damage. After preparation, you can use an exterior wood stain that safeguards against water and UV rays.
An alternative to painting pole barns is stains, which come in a variety of colors. Typically, these are made of substances that will not peel like paint does. If you decide to use a stain, basic maintenance includes applying a fresh coat every two to three years.
Pole Barn Painting and Epoxy Floors Spokane Washington – Local Areas We Serve
Chewelah Painting provides interior and exterior pole barn painting and epoxy floor coatings as well as industrial roofing services throughout Washington including local areas of Spokane, Whitman County, Ferry County, Coeur D’Alene and Priest Lake.