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Industrial Painting & Coatings Services

Serving Idaho and Nevada’s Mines, utility companies, city services, Warehouses, Factories, and more with expert Industrial Painting and Coatings.

Roe Painting’s Industrial Services Division has 3 priorities:

  1. Getting everyone home safely, our crews and yours.
  2. Completing our work with the least amount of impact to your operations.
  3. Exceeding your expectations of quality, professionalism, and service.


We are your complete industrial painting and coatings solution.

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NORTHERN NEVADA & SOUTHERN IDAHO MINING AND INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS TRUST ROE PAINTING. THE INDUSTRIAL COATINGS EXPERTS.

When you bring a vendor onto your site you want to know everyone will go home safely, the job will get done and your operation will feel the least amount of impact possible.

Roe Painting has proven time and again that we can perform under the high demands of industrial locations.

Our estimators are familiar with the needs specific to industrial sites and will work with you to develop the scope of work (SOW) and help develop a customized specification for your project, taking into consideration environmental and safety risks.

Roe Painting provides expert Project Management with clear and concise communication leading up to, during, and upon completion of your project. We will supply professional, safe, and skilled painters to carry out your project, all of whom have undergone rigorous background checks and regular drug testing.

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Industrial Painting
& Coating Services

City Services Coating

With a focus on quality and innovation, we offer a wide range of services tailored to meet the unique needs of urban infrastructures. From rejuvenating faded facades to safeguarding industrial equipment against corrosion, Roe Painting excels in providing effective and long-lasting coating applications. Our team of skilled professionals, advanced techniques, and commitment to sustainable practices make us a trusted choice for enhancing the durability, aesthetics, and functionality of surfaces within the cityscape.

Roe Painting is your complete industrial painting and coatings contractor. To inquire about additional services, contact our Industrial Services Division.

Safety, Intelligence, & Professionalism You Can Trust.

Industry trained and experienced technicians with an outstanding safety record set us apart from the average painter and make us a trustworthy source for Idaho and Nevada’s industrial service needs.

With MSHA and OSHA certified staff, available 24 hour rolling crews, and fast cure coatings, we are the industry leader in minimizing downtime and safely keeping your operation running no matter what obstacles arise.

We set our crew standards high. You can expect respectful, experienced, uniformed, background checked, and drug tested crews on your site no matter what.

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It depends on if you are painting every surfaces of the house, like walls, ceilings, doors, frames, window trim, baseboards, etc. or just painting the walls only.  If it’s walls only, you could expect the job to take 2 to 4 days depending on the size of the crew.  If it’s everything, you should set aside a week or so, again, depending on the size of the crew.

In general, interior paint jobs don’t “wear out” like exterior paint jobs because they are not exposed to the elements.  So, you only need to paint the interior because of wear and tear due to just living in your home or because you don’t like the colors anymore.  Theoretically, if you liked the color of your home and you were very easy on the surfaces, you may never have to repaint the interior.  If you have kids or pets or are generally hard on the surfaces, then you are going to need to repair dings and nicks and probably spot prime and paint over scuffs and stains.  It’s hard to put a number on it, because each home is different and what bothers one person may not bother another, but in general, you could expect to repaint the interior of your home every 5 to 8 years.  Colors and styles generally have a 10 year lifecycle.  So if your interior was painted more than 10 years ago, those colors are more than likely not in style anymore and you may want to repaint.

If proper preparation is completed before an exterior repaint and if you use high quality exterior paint, you should be able to get 10+ years between paint jobs.  Proper preparation would include pressure washing, scraping and sanding to remove loose paint, spot priming any raw wood areas or repaired areas and then sealing up splits, cracks and gaps with a high quality exterior caulking.  Once that is done, apply two coats of a high quality paint.  We would recommend using a product like Sherwin Williams SuperPaint Exterior or better.  Like anything else, you will get what you pay for in paint quality.  Higher cost paints have better ingredients and for the same labor, will give you more time between exterior paint jobs.

Most paint jobs are estimated using a combination of measuring the square footage of surfaces, like say wall surfaces, and then counting items, like doors or windows.  Baseboards, crown molding and chair rail molding are measured in linear feet.  Once you know the measurements, a good estimator will apply a known production rate that will determine how many square feet, linear feet or count of a surface or item can be completed in one hour.  Total square footage divided by the known production rate for each surface or item will give you how many total hours the project will take.  There will be miscellaneous hours to add in for things like masking time, prep time, clean up, etc.  The total hours multiplied by what you charge per hour will give you your labor cost.  For material, you take the same measurements and divide them by the spread rate of a given material.  For example, standard wall paint has a spread rate of about 300 square feet per gallon.  That means applied properly, you can cover 300 square feet with one gallon of paint for one coat.  Once you have determined how many gallons of paint you will need for each surface, you can multiply that by the cost per gallon and get your material cost.  Add in a little bit for tape, plastic, patching compound, etc. and that should give you a total estimated cost for the material.  Add the labor and material costs together and that will give you the total cost for the project.

Yes, stucco is a cement based product and is absolutely able to be painted.  Stucco is made to let moisture penetrate to a certain level and then evaporate away, so it’s important that you use a breathable exterior paint.  A good example of this is Sherwin Williams A100.  For those of you who think you can’t or shouldn’t paint stucco, here is the exact application method for painting A100 to stucco surfaces per the Sherwin Williams Product Data Sheet: Stucco: Remove any loose stucco, efflorescence, or laitance. Allow new stucco to cure at least 30 days before painting. If painting cannot wait 30 days, allow the surface to dry 7 days and prime with Loxon Concrete & Masonry Primer. Repair cracks, voids, and other holes with an elastomeric patch or sealant.  Apply 2 Coats A100 Exterior Latex.

An internet search of local painting contractors is the quickest way to get a bid for painting your house.  Once you find the ones in your area, do your research and pick the one that best fits your needs.  Are you looking for full service, fully insured professional painters to handle your project from start to finish or do you just need a smaller company to take care of some touch ups for you.  Like anything else, check out their website to see how long they have been in business, read reviews or generally get a feel for the type of company they are.  You can also check with your local paint store and they can refer you to companies they work with.

If you are painting all the surfaces of the interior, walls, ceilings, doors, frames, trim, etc. and all the surfaces of the exterior, walls, soffits, fascia, doors, trim, garage doors, etc., the interior is typically more expensive to paint.  The reason being is that there is more square footage of interior surfaces than exterior surfaces.  For exterior surfaces, there’s usually just the walls of the house and the trim.  But for the interior, there are a lot more interior walls, plus the ceilings and then more doors and trim for each of the rooms or areas.  For this reason, the interior is typically more expensive to paint.

The “brand” of paint, like Sherwin Williams or Benjamin Moore, isn’t as important as the quality level of the paint inside that brand.  All companies that make paint (the brand) make high quality paint, medium quality paint and low quality paint.  So the question is really, are higher quality paints worth it.  The answer is, sometimes yes, and sometimes, no.  It depends on where you are using it and how well you want it to perform based on why you are painting something.  For example, if you are painting exterior surfaces and you want them to look nicer and last longer, then yes, a more expensive paint is worth it.  The more expensive the paint, the higher quality the ingredients are and the better it will perform as it’s designed.  However, if you are just painting interior walls and you are going to have normal use, then you don’t need to spend the money on the top of the line paint.  You could get by with a middle of the road quality paint.  If you are painting in a high use area, like a corridor in a hospital that gets a lot of wear and tear and needs to stand up to a lot of cleaning, then it would be worth it to spend more on a higher quality paint that is designed to handle those types of environments.

In general, interior paint jobs don’t “wear out” like exterior paint jobs because they are not exposed to the elements.  So, you only need to paint the interior because of wear and tear due to just working in the space or because you don’t like the colors anymore.  Theoretically, if you liked the color of your commercial building and you were very easy on the surfaces, you may never have to repaint the interior.  If you have a lot of traffic in your building or your are generally hard on the surfaces, then you are going to need to repair dings and nicks and probably spot prime and paint over scuffs and stains.  It’s hard to put a number on it, because each home is different and what bothers one person may not bother another, but in general, you could expect to repaint the interior of your commercial property every 5 to 8 years.  Colors and styles generally have a 10 year lifecycle.  So if your interior was painted more than 10 years ago, those colors are more than likely not in style anymore and you may want to repaint.

Paint cost is directly related to the quality of the ingredients that go into the paint.  The higher quality the ingredients, the higher quality the paint.  High quality ingredients cost more than low quality ingredients, and that is reflected in the end cost to the consumer.  Sherwin Williams happens to make a lot of high quality paints.  They also make medium quality paints and lower quality paints for production use.  But, all the other paint companies make their versions of the low, medium and high quality paints and it’s reflected in their pricing accordingly.  So, it’s not so much the brand or one paint company that is expensive, it’s the quality level of the paint inside that brand that makes a paint expensive.  Home Depot, which is known for having inexpensive paint, sells a very high quality paint called Dynasty by Behr Paint.  It sells for about $60 a gallon.  It compares to Sherwin Williams Emerald, which is also right around $60 a gallon.

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