Specialty Coating Contracting Services
Specialty Coating Contracting Services: Experience, Reliability, Performance.
When it comes to your project, we are committed to excellence in providing you with the results that you hope for and the performance that you demand. From initial consultation through completed project, your satisfaction is our highest priority.
Our associate subcontractors bring extensive expertise in finding solutions to tackle the most challenging coating and contracting problems. In addition to providing coating services and solutions for corrosion control, insulation, waterproofing, condensation control, and mold remediation, they also specialize in interior/exterior renovations and general contracting services. So, whether you want to protect, renovate, or repair, there is an ideal solution available for you.
Corrosion Protection: Fire Escapes, Structural Beams/Decks, Boats/Marine, Wrought Iron
Insulation/Condensation Control: Pipes, Boilers, Roofs, Refrigeration, Containers
Waterproofing: Concrete, Roofs, Floors
We are committed to quality craftsmanship, professionalism, and building long-lasting relationships with our customers. Call us at 917-836-7816, or email us at: info@SuperiorCoatingSolutions.com for more information about how we can help make your next project a success.
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Unique Home insulated exclusively with Super Therm®!
This one of a kind “green” environmentally friendly home was actually constructed entirely out of steel shipping containers and is located in Williamsburg Brooklyn, New York. It has been highlighted in the Guide to Contemporary New York City Architecture by John Hill. The residents live here year round and rely on Super Therm® on both the inside and outside of their home as theironly source of insulation to stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
A true testimonial as to the insulation benefits of Super Therm®!
Condensation and Corrosion
When chilled pipes are covered with traditional fiberglass insulation, by the time condensation develops on the outside, the insulation has been thoroughly soaked on the inside and acts like a “wet sponge” covering the pipes. This creates multiple problems. First of all, this creates the perfect environment for toxic mold to grow, creating serious potential health issues for anyone in the area. Secondly, this constant exposure to moisture can create severe corrosion that shortens the useful life of the pipes (Corrosion Under Insulation). Finally, once fiberglass insulation gets wet, it loses virtually all of its insulative value. This can happen in a relatively short time, in as little as 3 years as was the case with the fiberglass insulation below.
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Call us at 917-836-7816 for more information about our products or services