Monthly Archives: May 2013

A Humble Abode for Bug’s Bass Boat

By Barry Peters, Shipping Supervisor/Customer Service

Try saying that blog post title five times fast!

In the industrial coatings industry, we are consumed daily with protection, durability, longevity and all the performance characteristics associated with coatings in situations that are less than ideal.

But every once in a while, a situation comes along that causes us to say, “Wow, that’s a good looking coating.” This project reflects just such an instance. Continue reading A Humble Abode for Bug’s Bass Boat

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Be a Resource, not a Peddler to Add Value

By Brian Wolfe, Induron Sales Rep

We’ve talked before about the meaning of value and what that looks like to us at Induron. But I really think it’s a topic worth revisiting, especially since we want to be the best value provider for coatings in our market.

Today, everybody seems to want to do more with less. We have the ability to communicate almost instantaneously. So is it realistic for us to call on design professionals we want to work with and provide each one with valuable information? Continue reading Be a Resource, not a Peddler to Add Value

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It’s Not about Baseball!

By Davies Hood, Induron President

On Thursday May 2, 2013, Induron hosted our Second Annual Family Night at the Ballpark. This is a social event where all employees are invited to bring their spouses, kids and grandkids to the local ballpark. We eat hot dogs, burgers and Cracker-Jacks and really get to know co-workers in a relaxed atmosphere. Continue reading It’s Not about Baseball!

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Shedding a Little Light on Induraguard

By Kendall Smith, Induron Sales Rep

Most of us, thankfully, don’t have an aged-galvanized electrical transmission tower in our backyards. What we DO have, more often than not, is an old shed that’s probably seen better days.

That was the situation at the Smith residence recently. My trusty old backyard shed was in dire need of some TLC. If I’m perfectly honest, the rotting wooden shed needed to be torn down and taken out of its misery, but in a last-ditch effort to save myself the expense and time of building a new one, I slapped some Induraguard 9200 on it. Continue reading Shedding a Little Light on Induraguard

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