Thursday, August 14, 2014

Repainting a Restaurant: Tips from NM Commercial Painting Contractors

Many people judge the worth of a restaurant based on how long it’s been in business. After all, a restaurant that has stood the test of time could only mean they serve delicious food, right? However, just because time helps increase the value of a restaurant, it doesn’t mean your establishment needs to look dated. Every now and then, a restaurant owner needs to hire experienced Albuquerque commercial painting contractors to apply a fresh coat of paint to their restaurant. If your restaurant has reached that point in time, here are a few tips to help make the repainting project go off without a hitch.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Reducing Indoor Air Pollution with Industrial Painting in Albuquerque

People on the daily grind in New Mexico’s Duke City commercial establishments are typically indoors for about eight hours a day, making their health a primary concern of efficient facilities management. Volatile organic compounds or VOCs that may be circulating around an enclosed space makes indoor pollution a serious threat to the health of your employees, so hiring reliable Albuquerque industrial painting professionals is one of the best ways you could help maintain the productivity and the well-being of your staff. What VOCs Are Volatile organic compounds are carbon-based chemicals that easily evaporate at room temperature, and while many of these can be easily detected and thus avoided, some are in fact odorless and practically undetectable. The most common VOCs include acetone, benzene, formaldehyde, toluene, xylene, and methylene chloride. If it remains undetected, VOC levels in the body could eventually reach hazardous amounts.