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3 Reasons to Powder Coat Your Restaurant’s Patio Furniture

Powder coating will extend the life of your restaurant’s patio furniture while offering a custom aesthetic.

The state of the world due to the pandemic has more people dining outside, which means your restaurant’s patio furniture has and will continue to see extensive use by patrons. There is nothing inviting about exposed metal, chipping paint, or rust on a chair your diners are supposed to sit on. Powder coat your restaurant furniture to keep your guests comfortable and impressed.

Durability

Powder coating is durable enough to stand up to most inclement weather, which makes it an obvious choice for outdoor furniture. You don’t need to bring your furniture in whenever it rains or worry about constantly having to reapply paint to keep it looking its best. Powder coating will last for years, even when it’s constantly being used and abused by your customers.

Customization

Found a beautiful set of patio furniture, but the color doesn’t fit with your restaurant’s aesthetic? Powder coat your restaurant’s patio furniture in any color you want with various finishes to give it that perfect look you’ve been dreaming of. 

Environmentally Friendly

Industrial paint doesn’t just lack the durability of powder coating, it’s also a significant environmental hazard. Powder coating is environmentally friendly, making it the perfect choice for all of your metal painting needs.

Contact Frank T. today to learn more about the powder coating process!

If you have more questions, Frank is ready to answer them! With over a decade of experience in the coating industry, Frank knows what it takes to create a lasting finish. He’s known across the country, and his impressive work has been featured on the Discovery Channel. When you ask for a professional in powder coating, you’ll probably be directed to Frank’s workshop. Whether you’re in Rockville, MD, or outside of the Maryland area, Frank can help! Give him a call or text at 301-798-9952 and get started on coating your project.

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