The Houston Country elevated tank is a public display of stripes and stars that towers over Houston County, Georgia. The 500,000-gallon tank features an eye-catching arrangement of red, white, and blue, reminiscent of the nation’s signature colors. The county’s name can be found emblazoned down the stem of the tank in white, bold letters. The other side of the stem reads “EDIMGIAFAD,” which is an acronym for “Every Day In …Read More
The newly-renovated Charlevoix South Pier Lighthouse’s once bright red paint was nothing more than a faded coating, so Charlevoix Historical Society and the City of Charlevoix set out to find a new coating system. The new system would not only restore the lighthouse’s historically-correct shade of red, but would also ensure the color and gloss retention of the coating.
On Route 51, a water tank painted to look like a giant inflatable beach ball is perched high above Marion County, SC. The water tank is divided into sections, each portion given a coating of either red, yellow, or blue. Emblazoned across the tank in a brilliant red print is “Marion County,” followed by the county slogan “It’s just right!” in an elegant blue script. The vibrant beach ball design had received a Hydronflon finish coat that would ensure the high profile project remained in pristine condition under intense conditions. Continue reading Read More