Frequently Asked Questions 

Is Powder Coating Durable?
Powder Coatings resist cracking and peeling and are extremely resistant to abrasions, corrosion and chemical damage. The performance characteristics of powder coating match or exceed the characteristics achieved from conventional solvent-based coatings. It is important to understand the use of the item being coated to ensure the proper formulation is applied.



What Colors Do You Offer?
Powder Coatings are available in a large variety of stock colors, metallic's, texture's and special effects. We can assist you in choosing the correct coating and color for your application. We offer powder coating samples at our showroom. We typically keep a variety of 100 different colors in stock at any given time to allow you as many options as possible without having to order a color. 




What Can Be Coated?
Any metal object that can hold an electrostatic charge and withstand the heat of the curing process can be powder coated. Powder can be applied to intricate surfaces and still maintain a uniform finish across the entire piece. Powder coating is ideal for items such as: Industrial Fabrications, Architectural Signage, Trade Show Exhibits, Metal Fencing and Railings, Retail Displays & Fixtures, Patio Furniture, Motorcycle Frames Wheels & Parts, Automotive Frames Wheels & Parts, Off Road Vehicle Frames & Parts, Antique Beds, Gliders, Chairs, and Metal Sculptures.




I'm Planning to Bring in My Wheels, What do I do?

All wheels that are brought to our facility need to have the tires, valve stems, and wheel weights removed before they arrive. If we remove the valve stems or wheel weights there could be an added charge to your work order for this service. It is important to understand that although powder coating is durable and a typical factory coating, it will not withstand abuse from curbs. We typically need 3-5 business days with a set of wheels that are being coated due to the process of blasting as well as the cure time.