Overspray Removal Specialists, Inc

 Serving Nationwide
Claims Pages Service Provider Since 10/2/2007
For over fifty years Overspray Removal Specialists have removed paint, epoxies, urethanes, asphalt, tar, concrete, industrial fallout and other chemical contaminants from thousands of vehicles, boats and planes. These airborne emissions are created by the painting of water towers, refineries, industrial plants, buildings, ships, cranes, storage tanks, bridges, and other sources too numerous to mention. Our system not only preserves original paint finishes, it also, in most cases, avoids the need to replace the trim panels, moldings, glass and chrome parts. This can save our clients millions of dollars that would normally be paid to auto body shops, car dealerships, boat dealers and aircraft maintenance facilities.

Specializing in the removal of overspray for over 51 years, proven results Ė satisfaction guaranteed.

Overspray Removal Specialists, Inc. is the nationís premier national overspray claims management company. We were the first overspray removal company to be listed on the internet and we are a national service company with over fifty years in business. Overspray Removal Specialists has removed overspray from an estimated 300,000 vehicles. Our nationwide service has been providing overspray claims management services to insurance companies, third party administrators, contractors, chemical refineries, power plants, military bases, universities, schools, auto dealerships, businesses, and individuals throughout the nation, Puerto Rico, and Canada. Our five million dollar general liability insurance policy covers all of our onsite operations, and claim sites can be added to it as additional insureds.

Our crews are highly skilled and experienced and maintain safe practices on job sites. Our experienced field managers observe all the cleaning operations and the quality of work being done.

Most of our claims have involved hundreds vehicles covered by paint overspray on a claim site, and some claim sites have had a few thousand oversprayed vehicles cleaned by us; however, many of our claims involve just a single vehicle.

Our services include the removal of many types of airborne emissions such as: epoxy, urethane paint overspray, house paint, roofing foam, iron dust, cement splatters and cement sealer, refinery emissions, asphalt, tar, and graffiti from a large cross-section of oversprayed items such as: water towers, bridges, communication towers, waste water plants, power plants, chemical and oil refineries, shipyards, sports arenas, commercial buildings, post offices, and other painted structures. Our highly skilled technicians have been very successful at removing most types of overspray from: passenger and commercial vehicles, boats and yachts, airplanes, RVís, SUVís, ATVís, motorcycles, mobile homes, trailers, commercial building and home windows and frames, farm equipment, buildings, signs, smooth siding, smooth metal roofs, solar panels, and even patio furniture.

We are highly specialized at removing overspray from vehicle molding, trim, and plastic parts that often are unable to be cleaned by other companies. Replacement of these parts can add thousands of dollars to an overspray claimís liability, and in fact, can run thousands of dollars on a single vehicle. In most cases, Overspray Removal Specialists can clean these parts for a fraction of their replacement costs. Other companies often will either let the responsible parties and/or their insurance companies pay for the replacement of these parts, or these moldings and trim will be painted, without permission from the vehicle owner, and these parts will be left with the possibility they will eventually discolor and peel at a later date.
Serving Nationwide
51+ Years
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