Frequently Asked Questions
At McCahill Painting, the safety of our employees, your staff, and your property is our highest priority. A firm commitment to safety is a non-negotiable requirement of our team members, and we equip our crew with the best training and resources possible to support a safety culture, preventative thinking, preparation for emergencies, and incident-free work.
We employ a rigorous ongoing safety training program and regularly update our equipment and gear as part of our commitment to prioritize, teach, and apply safe work practices on all McCahill Painting jobs. We are an ISNetworld Member Contractor, underscoring our commitment to safety, training and sound business practices, and we have successfully completed the extremely rigorous ISNetworld Review and Verification Services (RAVS) PLUS Safety Audit.
Maintaining an impeccable safety record over more than four decades in commercial and industrial painting has instilled deep confidence in our customers who know a McCahill Painting crew is a safe crew. Learn more about our safety program.
Absolutely! With thousands of successful projects under our belt, we’ve tackled nearly every substrate and have a well-developed understanding of what products and techniques work best for each material to ensure attractive, long-lasting results. We are experienced at painting and restoring substrates including precast concrete, structural steel, metal, brick, stone, wood, drywall, cinderblock, stucco, IPE decking, Koroseal wallcoverings, and more.
We can help you achieve a professional appearance from top to bottom by expertly painting your core structure and any adjacent features like railings, beams, overhead doors, floors, dock areas, and architectural details. We have experience restoring artwork and sculpture installations as well!
Yes! McCahill Painting provides above-grade waterproofing and sealing services to stop and prevent water infiltration that can lead to leaks, mold, mildew and decay of the substrate. Our professional-grade sealing products keep water out while still allowing brick and stone to breathe and moisture to escape.
When water is absorbed through exterior masonry, it can seep through to the interior of the building leading to leaks, mold, and mildew. On the exterior, water absorption promotes unsightly biological growth that can decay the surface material and tuckpointing.
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