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Ceiling Texture Spray in Toronto
Textured ceiling application can be timely and be challenging without the correct tools and products. Ceiling texture spray allows you to apply your texture and be assured that any mistakes or issues will be covered up and smoothed over. These products can also be used to implement the touch to your entire ceiling. Ceiling texture spray comes in a variety of styles and textures depending on your preference and project. The staff at BBS is always there to help you find the perfect product for your ceiling surface projects. If you run into an issue during the process, you can always call us, and we will assist in the best way we can.
Whether you are replacing the old ceiling texture spray or acquiring additional spray equipment, it is crucial to ensure that you make the right decision. Getting the right equipment will translate to business profitability, while getting the wrong equipment could lead to additional costs. Some of the factors that you should consider when choosing the right equipment are:
- The type of materials you apply — consider the materials you apply today and the materials you may apply in the future. For instance, do you only deal with waterborne materials, oil-based materials, or materials that contain aggregates? Does the material need low or high atomizing pressure? What thickness do you seek to achieve, and how fast does the material set up and dry? Asking these questions will help you choose the right equipment.
- The number of gallons you intend to spray —you should determine how many gallons you intend to spray throughout the year to help you choose the right equipment size.
- Type of power available at the job site —ceiling texture sprays are available in different types, including electric, gasoline-powered, and air-powered equipment. Some equipment is convertible from gas-powered to electric. Considering your power source will help you choose the ideal equipment.
- The type of surface being sprayed — are you spraying drywall, exterior surfaces or concrete? Consider the location of the surface, whether vertical, horizontal, or overhead.
- How much do you intend to spend?
- The type of jobs you bid
- The number of spray guns you’ll use