Our Industrial Painting Services
Jack Webb's first major contract when he founded J.R. Webb & Son (1932) Ltd was camouflage-painting aircraft hangars before the war. Today, the company has an enviable reputation in the industrial sector for competently managing painting and coating contracts for a wide range of industrial buildings - many of them for recognised and influential New Zealand operations.

We work to meet key time frames, fit in with scheduled shut-downs and have the knowledge and experience to expertly apply specialist products which are tailored to the industrial environment.

Our industrial coaters are trained in all aspects of preparation and application and J.R. Webb and Son (1932) Ltd are accredited with Secondary Level ACC Health and Safety allowing us to work with confidence in the most demanding and specialised environments.

We guarantee our work and with a fleet of vehicles, a comprehensive range of equipment and highly experienced tradespeople, we have industry credibility and a fine track record.

Here are a few examples of our industrial work:
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