In managing construction projects, paint is an essential material that is always present in the Bill of Materials of a contractor. In the U.S alone, 1.57 billion gallons of paint are sold per year. The painting industry has entered the American Market during the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, which now turned into a multi-billion industry with still increasing statistics.
Structures are distinguished by their unique designs, especially in interior and exterior aspects where the color is the highlight. Paint can turn a dull room warmer, an old building more appealing, and help alleviate the person’s mood. Moreover, it also protects structural members and architectural components of a building from the adverse impact of atmospheric pressure, keeps surfaces clean and safe, and gives off an attractive look on any surfaces.
This construction material ranges from various colors, types, brands, and application processes, and as the industry progresses, the options are available in the market started to expand as well. With this wide-array of paint selections you can choose from, it can be a little challenging to find the best one you can use for a particular surface according to the project specification.
In today’s blog, we’ll dive into the importance of painting in