Our staircase spraying service offers the opportunity to re-coat metal staircase sections in-situ. A staircase within a commercial interior makes a statement about the company to the people who use it.
Foyers and reception areas in all sorts of commercial buildings are offset by staircases leading to upper levels. As well as providing access they are part of the interior design and if they are in a bad state of repair or the wrong colour, the whole interior can be downgraded in people’s eyes.
It is not just customers, clients and guests who may be put off by unkempt staircases, employees who use stairs every day in their place of work may see this area as a negative reflection of the business as a whole.
But there is light at the end of the stairwell. Stairs can be refurbished easily be Vanda Coatings. We will recoat the balustrades and handrails as well as any other parts of staircases. We can also re-spray the underside of stairs.
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Why Vanda Coatings Are The Company To Choose For Painting Staircases
Stairways are in continued use and suffer from wear and tear due to the amount of human contact they have, so they do need to be refurbished more regularly than other areas in commercial interiors. The various elements stairways are composed of may need revamping for many reasons.
Due to excessive use, the original coatings on bannisters and stairs can break away from the underlying surface. If the metal parts haven’t been prepared adequately before being coated, then layers sometimes flake or peel off. Even if the condition is good, staircases may need painting for aesthetic reasons.
To make a reception area or landing more welcoming, Vanda Coatings can restore stairwells to their former grandeur or totally transform them with an injection of alternative colour. People go up and down stairs, but do not spend much time in stairwells, so they are ideal for experimenting with design. Adventurous use of colour can be used to show off this architectural area or they can blend into their surroundings with subtle tones.
Banisters, their supporting vertical spindles and finials can be electrostatically painted.
This is usually the best method for recoating cylindrical items that are hard to reach because the paint wraps around surfaces as a result of the magnetic field created by the electrostatic machine. The strong attraction of the positively charged paint to the negatively charged metal reduces overspray.
Even stairs themselves can be coated. Worn carpets can be removed and the steps, known as treads and risers can be sprayed in a hardwearing finish to withstand the pummelling of footsteps. Since the paint on banisters has to withstand persistent contact, a layer of lacquer over the top coat will add durability and lustre if required.
Vanda Coatings Prioritise Health and Safety When Spraying Staircases
Staircases are crucial in any building with more than one floor as they provide essential access to and from the upper levels. They are an especially important safety feature and this is always respected by our teams. Health and safety is a priority at Vanda Coatings at all times and our spotless record as well as our Safecontractor, CHAS and SMAS certification supports this.
Each Vanda operative has their individual safety qualifications too and are experienced at re-spraying staircases. All our sprayers have CSCS cards in support of our high safety standard. They are also certified to work at height with IPAF and PASMA training.
We will organise all staircase refurbishment projects to limit the disruption to businesses whilst happily working alongside other trades. Access to all levels in a property will be retained. This may mean carrying out the work when the building is shut which could be during the night or at weekends. Another advantage of spraying out of hours is that paint fumes will not affect members of the public or staff.