Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Putting Commercial Painting Contractors from Albuquerque on Diner Duty

Trotto’s story may be on the East Coast, but it can certainly encourage Albuquerqueans to reminisce on times gone by. The city has a large number of food establishments, with some of them being prominent roadside diners due to the Q’s proximity to Route 66. If you operate a diner that needs a visual trip back in time, consider enlisting commercial painting contractors in Albuquerque like JTC Inc. for the job.

The odyssey of the Blue Belle and its condition before the reopening should give you clues on where your establishment’s appearance may be fraying. You can then consult your painting specialist on the proper solutions, which will be detailed in a free quote. The lunch car, which dates back to July, 1948, had its porcelain cover panels chipping paint in several locations by the time it was moved to Shrewsbury.

Monday, May 26, 2014

Spicing up the Hangar Floor through Industrial Painting in Albuquerque

The wide expanse of New Mexico may provide opportunities for building private airfields or aviation facilities, as well as refurbishing abandoned ones that have not been converted for non-aviation purposes. Albuquerque has a number of privately-owned hangars, foremost being the one maintained by retired IndyCar driver Bobby Unser. If you operate your own small airfield with a hangar that deserves a makeover, professionals at industrial painting in Albuquerque like the team at JTC Inc. will find ways to make it work.

Concrete may be the most common foundation material for hangar floors, but a visual inspection of the entire surface will be needed to further assess the scope of the project. Old hangars may have flayed floor coatings and paint. Jackson says diamond grinders will smoothen the floor surface and prepare it for the painting.