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LEED® v4: What You Need to Know

in Application Techniques

Have you seen architectural specifications requiring LEED® v4 and wondered “what now”? Not only can our sales representatives walk you through the appropriate coatings and documentation, but now we also have new website resources to help guide you through the new requirements enacted in November 2016. Get started with these online resources Find them at…

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5 Tips for Recommending the Right Paint for Commercial Facilities

in Paint Innovations
cutaway illustration of commercial building showing areas with differing paint needs

Recommending the right paint for the job is one of the most important steps to ensuring customer satisfaction. Idea: Create an internal checklist to help you: Identify the right coatings for the job Determine how to best position your recommendation with the customer Then, ask the right questions… 1. VOC and environmental considerations Are there…

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What’s New in the Way Paints Are Being Specified?

in Paint Innovations
photo of painted structural steel and concrete joints

As a commercial contractor, you are often working with project paint specifications once they have been set. Have you ever wondered how specs get set and what changes you may start seeing? Setting the specification Paint specifications are set by architects or specifiers. Both work with building owners and project managers to establish expectations. At…

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Built for Speed: Coating Specification Writing Tool

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Spec Express tool for creating 3-part CSI construction project specs

Need a tool that helps you easily identify and create customized coating recommendations? SpecExpress™ is a free specification writing tool that helps you create paint specifications based on the unique criteria of each project. Make use of these powerful benefits SpecExpress enables you to efficiently identify proper coating systems for those substrates with which you…

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