Cool roofs provide significant cost savings over traditional roofing materials by reflecting heat away from a structure. Traditional, dark colored,
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Commercial Painting / Industrial Painting
Mills Paint Contractors is a leading commercial painting contractor servicing customers nationwide. Our clients range from general contractors to building owners and property managers who require a dependable, budget conscious painting contractor for offices buildings, retail stores, restaurants, hospitals, industrial plants, elevated water towers, etc… Our craftsman are skilled at performing painstaking restoration work, but we can also accommodate customers who need to improve aesthetics on a tight budget. Whatever your goals, we will help accomplish them.
Mills craftsmen take special care during the tape and bed process, ensuring a smooth surface every time. Drywall finishing, often called “tape and bed”, is a skill that takes years to master. Tape and bed is the process of joining pieces of drywall together to hide the joint and create a seamless, smooth surface. Using the proper tools and technique is key to achieving a surface suitable to receive finish paint.
High Performance Floor Coatings are one of the best ways to improve the look and performance of concrete floors in warehouses, manufacturing plants, airplane hangars, restaurants, etc… Mills can specify and apply high performance floor coatings to suite any need.
Cool Roof Coatings
Cool Roof Coatings serve the dual purpose of protecting and sealing a roof from the elements and reducing the amount of solar heat gain in a commercial structure, which helps reduce cooling loads and maintain indoor air temperatures.“A tax deduction of up to $1.80 per square foot is available to owners or designers of new or existing commercial buildings that save at least 50% of the heating and cooling energy of a building that meets ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2001. Partial deductions of up to $.60 per square foot can be taken for measures affecting any one of three building systems: the building envelope, lighting, or heating and cooling systems. These tax deductions are available for systems “placed in service” from January 1, 2006 through December 31, 2013.” Souce: www.energystar.gov