Long-life coatings vs. long-life screws

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November 19, 2014 |
Scott Bowers

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Are you concerned with the long-life protection of your metal building project?

The phrase “long life” can be interpreted in different ways, explains Scott Bowers, field sales executive for Atlas Bolt and Screw, in a guest post on the Starbuildings blog. 

In the construction industry, long life can mean the difference between dealing with rust issues in the first 10 to 20 years or never dealing with rust issues during the life of the building.

What makes the difference?

The difference can be as simple as your choice between long-life coating or a proper long-life screw.

Read more from the Starbuildings blog.

Scott Bowers | Metal Building Trends
Atlas Bolt and Screw
Field Sales Executive

Scott Bowers, the Field Sales Executive for Atlas Bolt and Screw, heads up the steel frame segment of the company and travels the United States promoting fasteners, visiting job sites, and answering technical questions.

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