Water Tower Painter, Texas

Each water tower painter on our team is equipped to handle the challenges of the job.

Water Tower Painter in Texas You might be looking for a water tower painter if you’re responsible for a tower in Texas that has seen better days. Water towers serve important purposes, storing potable water and pressurized systems that keep things flowing smoothly in residents’ homes and businesses. A water tower may also sit in the middle of a city or town, generating awareness when people pass by. But a poorly maintained tower may not instill much confidence in the way the city is run or the people responsible for it. Our team at Shane Davis Tower Painting can take care of this need, as each water tower painter on our team is equipped to handle the job.

The founder of our company has worked in the professional painting industry for over 35 years, bringing his skills and expertise to this specialized aspect of the market. He has put together a top-notch team, and every water tower painter on that team is certified through ComTrain and OSHA. We also have a written safety program that each water tower painter is required to follow when performing this complex and potentially dangerous job. Our company carries all the necessary insurance coverage to protect our clients and employees, and we’re a member of the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE).

In addition to offering water tower painting services, we’re available to tackle other painting needs for towers of all sizes. For example, if you’re responsible for a structure that was built before the late 1970s, you can count on us to safely remove any lead-based paint and add a fresh coat to keep it protected.

To learn more or speak with someone about getting an estimate for tower painting services, contact our office today.

At Shane Davis Tower Painting, our water tower painters proudly serve select areas of the United States, including Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Illinois, New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Virginia, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Massachusetts.