• Fireproofing Paint for Steel
  • Fire Protection Spraying
  • Interior & Exterior Intumescent Paint
  • Fully Accredited & Certified
  • 10/10 Of Our Clients Would Recommend Us

Intumescent Coating Services

Intumescent Coatings & Paint

We provide services using the best quality Intumescent paints for steel, structural steel and cast iron from Rawlins Paints, available with 30, 60, 90 and 120-minute fire protection.

Ensure your building has the maximum protection with fire-resistant coated steel. Intumescent coatings & fireproof paints insulate structural steel by increasing the degree of heat the building can withstand amidst a fire.  Intumescent paint can prevent steel from losing it’s strength by undergoing a reaction which swells up to 50 times it’s original thickness, insulating the steel from excess heat.

Intumescent coatings are quickly being used as a standard as the most relied-on coating when fire protecting your steel, saving you damages & excess costs from widespread fires.

Get in touch with a member of the Elevation Coatings team for advice on the best intumescent coatings for fire proofing today or alternatively view some of our previous intumescent coating repair projects.


Fireproofing Paint

Fireproofing paints are designed to withstand high-pressure heat and significantly reduce the spread of fires. We provide a 25-year guarantee across all our intumescent coating services to ensure your modern buildings remain safe for ongoing years.

Our professional services include tried & tested fireproof applications which will maintain the structural integrity of your steel.

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"The company kept us informed of the process, budgets and timescales in a clear and friendly manner. They managed to fix our building coating problem with no issues where the other company failed to do so."

John Matthews
15th April 2019
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