Ensure quality in application for your upcoming project.
When it comes to projects, an applicator must be equipped with the necessary skills to ensure the successful outcome of your project.
By investing in a trained applicator, you can have peace of mind knowing that your project will be handled professionally and efficiently. Their expertise will contribute to the overall longevity of the project.
Here's what you need to know!
What skills are necessary?
Drying times and application understanding.
Correct sealers and the importance of a sealer.
Understanding how to protect the finishes until handover.
How to schedule the project to know at what stage they need to come in and do the work so that the work doesn’t get destroyed.
The right product for the right space
When it comes to any project, complications may arise and having a trained applicator can minimise any risk. Their knowledge will allow them to navigate through these challenging obstacles and provide cost-effective solutions and appropriate guidance, for a smooth outcome saving both time and resources without compromising on quality.
Specialising in state-of-the-art training around Australia
At Calce Company, we are dedicated to providing full technical support from start to finish, along with state-of-the-art facilities that allow applicators to gain a thorough understanding of our products, as well as the correct application techniques and procedures.
Reassurance is vital
Trained applicators who use a fully approved system will have the ability to obtain a product warranty, ensuring that necessary standards and requirements are set by the manufacturer. As a result, this provides you with confidence and protection when hiring a certified applicator.
Meet our team of experts...
Aronne is an experienced professional in the paint, rendering and decorative coatings industry, working and running family owned businesses in the Illawarra since 2002. He is widely trusted for his all-round expert advice and guidance on colour matching, and the technical aspects of application and preparation.
Aronne, Damien, Tony and Paul.
Choosing the right applicator
As this is a new industry in Australia and standards are harder to monitor than other trades, how do you know if you have picked the right Applicator for your project?
You can ask for their certificates of training in the product being applied.
Previous work, going out to see a job they have completed in person.
If an applicator suggest a brand or product, get in contact with the company to get feedback and more information.
If would like to learn more, feel free to reach out to us with any queries or additional information you want to ask!