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CAL INC Announces New Industrial/Commercial Painting and Coating Division

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Leading northern California environmental services and construction firm introduces new services to support medium and large industrial and commercial construction projects.

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VACAVILLE, CA, August 26, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Today, CAL INC, a leading environmental services and construction company based in Vacaville and serving all of California, introduced their new Painting and Coatings Division and the immediate availability of painting and coating services for medium sized and large construction projects.

CAL INC has its C-33 painters contractor license, and a team of professional industrial painters with the experience to handle the largest and most complex painting and coating requirement -- for industrial, commercial, and residential needs, including refinishing building interiors/exteriors, ceilings, walls, floors, and siding.

"The introduction of our painting and coating division is a natural extension of the services we have offered for the last 30 years," said Mr. David Esparza, CEO of CAL INC. "Adding painting and coating to our existing services such as demolition, environmental services, commercial construction, construction management, and pipeline services, enables us to provide all services required on even the largest and most complex projects."

CAL INC's new painting and coating division utilizes a wide array of high quality industrial-grade paints and materials, matched to the application and intended lifespan for maximum cost effectiveness. CAL INC's experienced painting and coating team can support industrial and commercial projects, including:

Industrial Painting Services
- Factories, plants, warehouses
- Manufacturing & industrial facilities
- Metal deck ceilings, machinery
- Metal walls, metal roofs

Commercial Painting Services
- Office & commercial buildings
- Underground parking garages
- Apartment & condominium buildings
- Arenas, entertainment venues

For more information on CAL INC's services, please contact us at www.cal-inc.com, 1 (800) 359-4467, or email David Esparza, CEO, at desparza@cal-inc.com.

Since 1979, CAL INC has been one of the fastest growing Construction, Environmental Services, and Training companies in California, and is a minority-owned business. The company is comprised of an abatement and remediation services division, an environmental services division, a construction division, and an environmental training division. If you would like more information about CAL INC, please visit http://www.cal-inc.com or call (707) 446-7996.

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