Give Your Building Project the Protection It Needs

Construction projects can quickly get off schedule when weather damage and other elements interfere with activities. As one of the clear choices in building coatings, Armor Guard can provide protection while a project is underway. This is a temporary defense against water, UV damage and other materials, and it is suitable for both interior and exterior use.

Protect Your Investment

When undergoing renovations or completing a new build on a commercial project, you want to deliver on everything you promised the client. This means looking ahead and planning for delays or finding ways to protect materials and equipment on the job site. To protect a commercial building for the long-term, Armor Guard offers a three-year protection plan. Because it is a waterborne formula and doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals, the coating is both non-flammable and non-corrosive.

Because waterborne building coatings will dry relative to the surrounding climate, locations that are dry and arid see faster curing times than places that have humid environments or are consistently cold. It is possible to enhance the drying process through forced air ventilation. After curing is complete, Armor Guard forms a non-adhesive skin around the building that will resist most chemicals found on the job site, welding damage, paint overspray, caustic roof runoff and more during the construction phase.

Quickly Clean Up

As tough and durable as the coating is, application and removal are extremely simple, though it depends on the thickness of the coating. When it is applied properly, the coating will easily peel off. If it is applied to thin, it could take a few more applications before optimum thickness is achieved to removed. The quick clean-up makes it a breeze to protect and also deliver a project on time to the client.

When you need top-of-the-line commercial-grade building protection, Armor Guard is the way to go. Use this as a quality but effective protection for window frames, glass and gaskets.

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