This post was most recently updated on March 28th, 2023
When it comes to upgrading the aged or tired appearance of your property (be it your home or business), a fresh coat of paint is something that you can always trust to get the job done. This is because paint goes a long way in improving the aesthetic appeal of different areas of the home.
There are different methods used in industrial paint application, with the most common being paint brushing, roller painting, and spray painting. While each one of these methods has its own unique features and advantages, spray paint does stand out. Check out some of the benefits that spray painting has over other conventional methods of painting below.
Compared to other methods like brushing and rolling, spray painting is much faster. The process involves using an air sprayer to apply the paint over a surface. These sprayers allow for much wider coverage, so the painting can be done in less time. When handled by professional spray painters like PBM Paints, the process is even faster, which means that your project will be completed in a short amount of time. This can be especially beneficial for projects like shopfront painting as you won’t have to worry about any interruptions to your business.
The sprayers used in spray painting work by using pressure to release very fine mists of paint from aerosol cans to cover a surface. This leaves a very even coat (even with just one application). It also leaves a finish that is streak-free, so you get an even better finish with flat surfaces like doors and cabinets.
Higher Quality Finish
Conventional methods like brush or roller painting can leave your painted surfaces with unsightly strokes and brush marks. This will, of course, hurt the final quality of your project. Spray painting, on the other hand, offers more even coverage, so strokes and brush marks are something you will never have to worry about.
When done right, spray painting leaves a finish that is nothing short of perfect. The specialised paints used will also ensure that your paint job lasts for several years without fading, cracking or peeling.
Because sprayers work by emitting very tiny particles of paint from their nozzles, it will be easier for the paint to reach every nook and cranny. Thus, making spray painting perfect for corners, fence slats, and irregularly shaped items.
Ease Of Use
The operation of a paint sprayer is quite easy. In fact, with a sprayer, you can choose to DIY some of your smaller painting projects. Larger painting projects do, however, require more preparation and expertise (more than just knowing how to operate a sprayer), so it is always better if they are handled by a professional spray painter.
Painting is a great way to breathe new life into your property, and of all the industrial painting methods available, spray painting takes the win. It offers the benefit of being time and money-saving, easy to use, offering more accessibility, and, most importantly, it leaves a top-quality finish that is also long-lasting.