Painted Finishes
For Beauty and Durability

"The web does not offer us exact color, so please request accurate color chips or wood grain samples for precise color matches."

Joe Belanger

AGS Offers a beautiful array of custom colors in addition to matching any color you need to meet your specifications. We have selected Linetec as our finisher of choice. Below you will find an approximation of their standard colors (your browser and computer screen may alter the actual colors you see, so when color accuracy is mandated, please ask us for a color chip).

Custom Wood Grain Finishes Anodized Finishes


Bone White LT609

Ivory LT611

Sandstone LT607

Burnt Sun LT612

Dijon LT613

Beige LT603

Lt. Seawolf Beige LT614

Dove Gray LT615

Slate Gray LT604

Charcoal Gray LT605

Patina Green LT616

Dark Ivy LT617

Hartford Green LT606

Military Blue LT610

Midnight Blue LT618

Brick Red LT619

Boysenberry LT608

Sage Brown LT620

Quaker Bronze LT602

Black LT601


Opti-White LT740

Banner Red LT701

Champagne LT720

Silver LT730

Copper Wire LT710


Paint is available in a vast array of colors and types

Paint can be made to meet the precise requirements of each unique project, may it be color or durability

Paint is used to protect and maintain the structural integrity of the aluminum


Solvent-based paints are not environmentally friendly; they also have health and safety issues associated with them. Linetec has installed an oxidizer, which destroys 96%+ of the environmentally hazardous VOC's that are associated with the solvent-based paints. Linetec also takes great health and safety precautions during the handling and application processes to insure the safety of our employee's.

: Today’s factory applied heat cured, painted finishes are durable and very colorfast. The Kynar and Hylar based products that meet the AAMA 2605 specification and/or ASCA 96 with trade names such as Duranar by PPG, Fluropon by Valspar or Trinar by Akzo-Nobel are warranted to retain their color and gloss level for many years. However, to assure that they retain their original beauty, even these highly durable finishes should be cleaned occasionally. When selecting a cleaning solution use mild soap solutions that are safe for use with your bare hands such as those products that one would use to wash a car. Avoid the use of strong acid or alkali cleaners as they may damage the finish. Solvents no stronger than mineral spirits or denatured alcohol may be used to remove grease, sealants or other materials. Never mix cleaners or cleaners and solvents as the resultant mixture can cause harmful or even dangerous results. Do not use abrasive cleaners or materials such as steel wool or abrasive brushes, which can also harm the surface. Once heavy soil, grease or sealant is removed the mild soap solution should be applied with a soft cloth, sponge or soft brush. Rinse the surface thoroughly with clean water and dry with a soft cloth.

In coastal areas where the finish is exposed to salt spray or in areas containing heavy industrial pollutants the cleaning should take place on a regular basis. For example cleaning the painted finish can be scheduled as a part of the regular maintenance program for glass cleaning.

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