Ames IA Commercial Exterior Painting Concrete Floor Coatings Services Launched

Marshalltown, Iowa company Pro Finish Painting launched a new range of professional epoxy coating and exterior painting solutions for commercial and industrial clients in Ames, Iowa.

Marshalltown, United States - April 7, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Pro Finish Painting, a painting contractor in Marshalltown, Iowa, announced the launch of an updated range of epoxy coating and commercial painting services for clients in Ames, Iowa. The company has extensive experience with a vast array of commercial buildings, including manufacturing facilities, warehouses, agricultural buildings, hospitals, schools, and many more.

More information can be found at https://www.profinishiowa.com

Applying and repairing epoxy floor coatings for business and commercial buildings requires skill and experience. The painting experts at Pro Finish Painting just updated their range of commercial painting services for businesses of all types and sizes in Ames.

Concrete flooring in commercial areas without an epoxy coating can be a hazardous and costly oversight. Uncoated floors stain easily, crack, and often need frequent maintenance.

Epoxy is one of the many flooring materials which can resist stains, chemicals, and spills. Epoxy coatings also come with fast dry times, good protection against abrasion and low volatility.

The team at Pro Finish Painting have over two decades of experience with industrial and commercial painting applications. They have in-depth product knowledge, as well as many years of hands-on experience with epoxy floor coating projects.

The company’s mission is to satisfy each client’s concrete commercial painting needs with the finest products and craftsmanship available on the market today.

The dedication to superior craftsmanship and customer service is shared by everyone at Pro Finish Painting. With the latest update, the painting specialists aim to provide clients with professional painting solutions that will extend the life of their flooring, improve appearance, increase safety, and reduce overall maintenance costs.

A spokesperson for the company said: “Pro Finish has been providing premier surface preparation and coatings application to a wide variety of clients since 2000. Our goal is to offer clients the finest in services and professional quality workmanship for a competitive price.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Josh Lang
Email: Send Email
Organization: Pro Finish Painting
Address: 707 N 3rd Ave, Marshalltown, IA 50158, United States
Phone: +1-641-751-3568
Website: https://www.profinishiowa.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88952684

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