Project Gallery

Below are some of the projects completed by Seattle Powder Coat. Send us a photo of your completed and installed project! We would love to add you to our Gallery.
Outdoor sculptures are frequently powder coated, but care must be taken in the design and construction to maximize corrosion resistance. Contact us if you have questions about this.
This vintage juicer was given new life with a yellow powder coat.
On display at the Pike Place Market, this food cutting bandsaw was a fun project for a commercial customer.
Modern metal cabinet and drawer panels are occasionally coated as accent pieces.
This customer powder coated a repurposed a guardrail section to cover his trellis.
We don’t recommend powder coat for countertops that get regular use, because we’re generally worried about it getting scratched or damaged by harsh chemicals. That said we periodically do them for discriminating customers and they look great when new.
Ballard High School had us refinish their lacross goals in Ballard Beaver red!
Bicycle Gallery
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Bicycle frames have always been part of our business, since our Ballard location is along the Burke Gilman bicycle trail.
Sealaska Heritage: Walter Sobeleff Building
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Coleman Stanford of Dawson Construction prepares bright red metal panels for installation onto the new Walter Soboleff Center on April 29.
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Seattle Powder Coat was selected to coat the panels for the Walter Sobeloff Building in Juneau, Alaska.
Race care frames are frequently powder coated, this in a dark green with a metallic clear coat.
A beautiful highly ornamental modern guardrail for a Seattle restaurant.
Aftermarket bumpers, rock sliders, skid plates, and roll bars are commonly powder coated for weather rock chip durability. The accessory manufacturer’s sometimes offer inexpensive powder coating as an option, but the quality can be poor and parts can get damaged in shipping. Many bumper manufacturer’s and customers prefer to spend a bit more to have the parts coated locally and ensure that they get undamaged pieces with a high quality finish.