Nationwide Overspray provides safe, high quality overspray removal services to businesses and individuals throughout the United States. Since 1982, Nationwide Overspray has processed more than 300,000 claims involving paint overspray and other types of vehicle contamination. We are fully insured and have certified, uniformed technicians ready to respond within 24 hours to handle your claim and begin the overspray removal process from your vehicle.
Nationwide Overspray specializes in paint overspray removal, as well as the removal of enamel, urethane, lacquer, tar/oil, iron dust, vandalism, environmental fallout, chemical emissions, industrial coatings, concrete and epoxy paint. Sanding and buffing have been used for years to remove overspray with unsuccessful results. This method dulls the paint finish and leaves swirl marks, resulting in unsatisfied customers. At Nationwide Overspray, we use a hand process to gently remove overspray, using polishes that do not harm clear coats of the vehicle. Proprietary cleaning products and techniques ensure the best results. These techniques vary depending on the vehicle's finish and type of contamination.
Our innovative overspray removal techniques do not void manufacturer warranties and are ISO 9001:2008 certified. Our mobile services allow us to work anywhere in the nation and give us the ability to handle large claims.
As the leader in safe overspray removal, Nationwide Overspray works with insurance companies, self-insured entities, contractors, automobile manufacturers, vehicle processing centers, and the general public. We strive for perfection in cleaning each vehicle, and our ability to adapt to each customer's needs remains our top priority.
From a single vehicle to 10,000 vehicles in 5 weeks, Nationwide Overspray can handle any size claim. Our network of overspray removal teams throughout the nation enables us to respond quickly to any job site and provide a turnkey operation.
Nationwide Overspray is your partner for any size overspray claims. We share your desire to make claims go smoothly and satisfy all parties. Overspray claims can be delicate. Let our 30 years of experience help you through the process—we are problem solvers for all manner of overspray claims.
Knowing how to remove overspray the proper way can make all the difference. Our removal process is all done by hand with no mechanical buffing that might scratch the painted surface or clear coat. We use a variety of techniques, depending on the particular contaminant, to remove all the overspray from the painted surface and plastic trim. The vehicles are finished with a high gloss wax, making the finish shine. Nationwide Overspray specializes in the removal of enamel, urethane, lacquer, tar/oil, iron dust, spray paint, vandalism, road spray, environmental fallout, chemical emissions, industrial coatings, concrete and epoxy paint.
Our highly skilled overspray removal technicians know how to remove overspray, responding quickly to any claim nationally or international. We know that speed to the site is critical.
With 30 years of experience, we excel in paint overspray removal and overspray insurance claim management from the first call to post-project reporting. We do the legwork on a claim so you don't have to. There is more to overspray removal than simply the cleaning process. We handle all the details and make the claimants happy. Since 1982, Nationwide Overspray has processed more than 400,000 overspray insurance claims, involving paint overspray and other types of vehicle contamination. Fully insured, we have certified, uniformed technicians ready to respond within 24 hours to handle your claim and begin the overspray removal process.
The onsite technicians and home office support personnel are highly motivated and skilled at customer relations and service. Our company is full of friendly people with positive attitudes and attention to detail. It makes a difference.
Besides knowing how to remove overspray, we understand the need to reduce paper. In 2012, we rolled out our iPad liability release forms. Now claimants can sign electronically. The data is uploaded to our office, and now full daily reports with the latest information are provided.