Have you experienced disappointment when the desired color you selected no longer looks the same after only a few years of sun exposure? The color may be fading to an unwanted shade, the gloss level may be changing significantly or there may now be unexpected chalky residue masking the original color.
Using architectural fabrics to re-cover existing structures is a cost-effective way to extend the life of buildings. But saving money doesn’t have to mean cutting corners on quality. When the U.S. Air Force needed to recover flight line sunshades on 20-year-old structures at its Columbus Air Force Base in Mississippi, it explored a number of options.