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More than brushes & ladders Alpine Painting and Sandblasting Contractors is a full-service commercial/industrial/shop painting and construction company. Headquartered in Paterson, NJ Alpine employs more than 100 craftsmen, and a full support staff, including administration, operations, project management, estimating, engineering and customer service. Alpine’s commercial painting services cover a broad range of environments and applications, including interior and exterior work in office buildings, churches and condominium complexes. Industrial site painting services range from bridges to warehouses and may include aggressive surface preparation techniques, such as power tool cleaning and/or sandblasting, and applying specialized coatings. A large shop blasting facility adjoins the building providing in-house painting and sandblasting services for our customers' portable construction vehicles, trucks, trailers, cellular communication equipment and structural steel.
Alpine Painting & Sandblasting Contractors operates out of Paterson, NJ and holds a Painting license according to the New Jersey contractors license board.
Alpine Painting & Sandblasting Contractors has a BuildZoom score of 97 and is rated in the top 20% of 88,231 contractors in New Jersey.
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