C & D Commercial Services offers commercial painting services for properties in The Dallas Fort Worth Area and in East Texas. The types of projects we paint include: concrete, parking garage walls, masonry walls, fences, bollards, columns, sign posts, wheel stops, bollards, and more.
Our commercial painting services include quality paint and experienced crews to make sure that we provide you with a high-quality finished product. We property prep all surfaces before painting to make sure that the paint job we provide you adheres to the painting surface and lasts you a long time. From parking garages to high up places, we paint everything in-between.
We understand that you need projects done without interfering with tenants, visitors or operations. Because of this, we work around your schedule. Our crews are available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week so that we can get your project done quickly and with the least amount of interference possible
Advantages of Painting Concrete, CMU and Masonry
The main advantage of painting concrete, cmu and masonry is the aesthetics. When you choose a good color, having a fresh coat of paint on these surfaces looks really good. The building walls can be color coordinated to create a theme for the property. Paint can also be used to denote different levels in a parking garage, mark steps, ledges and other potential trip hazards, contain signage for traffic flow and more. Over time all concrete and many masonry walls crack and degrade. A coat of paint can cover up cracks and blemishes. Sometimes, the surface need to be repaired before it can be painted. We can do this too. We offer concrete repair and brick repair services too.
Concrete and masonry are porous. When exposed to water, they will soak it up into pore spaces in the concrete, grout or even brick causing water to get into cracks, behind walls, under slabs and more. Paint is hydrophobic meaning that it repels water. A freshly painted surface will keep water and oil out – meaning you don’t get those pesky stains, you don’t get water under your concrete slab or behind your masonry wall.
Painted surfaces are easy to clean, all you need soap, water, a brush and maybe a pressure washer. With a little elbow grease or pressure, any dirty or stains come right off. No so with masonry or concrete surfaces. Because these surfaces have pore spaces, stains get much deeper and they have to be cleaned much more thoroughly–usually with an expensive specialty product for cleaning, brick, mortar or concrete so that they aren’t damaged or discolored during the cleaning process.