Simply put, powder coating is the first choice when it comes to taking the endurance of your metal project to another level. When compared to other painting methods, powder coating stands head and shoulders above the competition.
Why? Well, it comes down to the way that powder coating bonds to the surface it’s on. Unlike traditional paint, powder coating doesn’t just sit on top of the steel. Rather, it gels together with the surface during the curing process.
This means that, even when a surface has been powder coated, it can be bent and flexed as the steel and the powder coat move together. This reduces the appearance of cracks and imperfections in the coating and makes sure that, even with just one coat, the underlying metal is protected from corrosion and scratching. This means it's not only great for indoor use, but it's ideal for outdoor use as well--Even the harsh season changes on the Dakotas.
We have the basics of color covered for you. If you have something different in mind for your metal project, let us know and we will work with you to achieve the look you are hoping for.
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