Industrial Painting

  • Iron Mountain Mine

    Iron Mountain Mine

  • Sierra Pacific Industries

    Sierra Pacific Industries

Thank you to you guys at Walgamuth. You always do an outstanding job! Both workers did an excellent job!! Very professional. Hope they are available when I need my house painted. Thank you again.
~ Sierra Pacific Industries

Industrial Painting Services Northern California

At Walgamuth Painting we have been painting industrial projects throughout the North State for more than thirty years. Our industrial painting experience includes projects for Simpson Paper many years ago to more recent projects for Sierra Pacific Industries, SAF, Interstate Oil, PG&E, and Iron Mountain Mine.

Iron Mountain Mine in 2013 involved sandblasting as well as the application of Tnemec Zinc and Tnemec High Build Epoxy coatings.

We repainted the Sierra Pacific’s water tank, reaching over 135’ high above their Anderson facility, in 2013 as well. In 2011 we repainted a similar water tank in Redding for Alan Shufelberger and several oil tanks in Woodland for Interstate Oil. In 2014 we have painted oil tanks for Interstate Oil’s Wyndham Lane facility here in Redding.

Additional industrial projects have included light poles and jump towers for the US Forest Service; water tanks for the City of Anderson, City of Shasta Lake, and Summit City; water treatment facilities for Shasta Lake Water Treatment, Clear Creek Water Treatment; industrial painting for Red Bluff Water Resources, and Bureau of Reclamation’s Shasta Dam facility, The Charles Bryd Youth Detention Center, and Coleman Fish Hatchery.

Again many of our industrial clients are repeat customers with which we are proud to have maintained a long term relationship spanning many years and many projects.

Is your community water tank becoming an eyesore? Repainting your community’s water tank with your school’s mascot, community name, or logo offers an affordable way to provide a clean, fresh, new appearance and can turn that town eyesore into a source of community pride.