With our sizeable range of finishing options available, Finish Architectural can find the optimal finish for your product - no matter its application.
We utilise applicators and suppliers which conform to industry standards for total peace of mind that your finished product will meet the quality expected.
This allows Finish Architectural to provide a full fabrication service, starting with design feasibility and value engineering, and complete by finishing and delivery.
Advice from the Experts
Our guidance is designed to help you optimise the appearance and quality of your product.
Finish Architectural’s expert team offer technical assistance, advising on finishing operations including harsh and marine environment guarantees on powder coated materials, and the availability of special, project specific colours and finishes.
The range of finishing options available ensures we have a finish for your product. Browse our finishing options below:
Anodise to improve the corrosion-resistance of aluminium products.
We offer a full range of all anodising finishes, including Analok finishes and bespoke colours conforming to BS 3987 - including industry guarantees.
Polyester Powder Coating
Polyester powder coating (PPC) is a decorative and durable alternative to liquid paint, great for a range of product types.
Finish Architectural provides a full range of RAL and BS colours and finishes conforming to BS EN 12206.
Galvanising is suitable for steel products, applying a protective zinc coating to the surface.
Spin galvanising or hot dip galvanising is available and conforms to BS EN ISO 1461:2009.
Finish Architectural offers degreasing of steel products and pickling to remove surface impurities and prepare your product for further finishing operations.
We utilise shot blasting to clean and polish steel substrate, removing any impurities or debris from the surface of the product.
Finish Architectural can further supply touch up paint aerosol or wet paint, supplied upon request for remedial work on site.
Featured Case Study
Supporting the ongoing development of Canada Gardens, Wembley City in conjunction with Everglade Windows and John Sisk.