With a few clicks, specifiers can select the appropriate primer and topcoat products, indicate how the color will be determined, as well as define sheens needed for their project. SpecWizard will then generate an accurate, job-specific, CSI 3-Part or Canadian CSC formatted construction product specification in MS-Word or other word processing format. The portal also provides additional product information and lets specifiers send requests to APV through a secure message function.
“Specification is a critical part of planning for a restoration project and sometimes the most time-consuming,” said Erin Brown-Neff, director of marketing & business development, APV Engineered Coatings. “Using ARCAT’s SpecWizard will help architects and engineering specifiers through this process in a more cost- and time-efficient manner.”