We are Nationwide overspray®
Trust Our Approach
We do more than just paint overspray removal. We handle all the details of the claim from beginning to end including daily reporting & electronic liability releases.
Our highly skilled overspray removal services specialists respond quickly to claims. The onsite services also eliminate the need for rental cars and other administrative expenses.
Since 1982, we have processed more than 600,000 claims. Our removal process is done by hand, and we service any part of the USA, Mexico and Canada.
Clients We've Worked With
Professional Paint Overspray Removal
Proprietary Cleaning Techniques
All Cleaning By Hand
Vehicle Returned To Its Previous Condition or Better
Overspray Removal Process
While multiple agents and elements can be at play, understanding the exact nature of the contamination is the key.
Proprietary cleaning products and techniques by Nationwide Overspray ensure clear and unmatched results.
Export Vehicle Contamination Event Over a Thanksgiving weekend, Nationwide Auto Services (NAS) was contacted by a major global OEM about an export vehicle contamination, to …
Four Decades of Nationwide Overspray®
For 36 years, Nationwide Overspray® has been an industry leader in the safe removal of paint overspray, fallout, and other contaminants. We are also experts in managing your claims from start to finish.
Our trained crews use the latest technology and techniques in order to save you time and money, whether your claim involves 10 vehicles or 10,000. Nationwide Overspray® is a name you can trust.
Nationwide Overspray® cleaned over 6,000 Vehicles in 2017 and 2018. Our process complies with manufacturer standards. We have cleaned cranes, boats, RV’s and brand-new vehicles at dealerships across the country.
Part of our claim management process is collecting and analyzing samples when necessary. We work with a laboratory that will generate results proving where the source of the overspray came from. Ask us about our sample process. The results will point to the source of the overspray.
Overspray happens when wind and elevation combine to cause paint or sealant to travel some distance and settle on nearby vehicles. We hope precautions are in place to prevent this situation. However, we know that accidents can happen and you need a trustworthy and professional partner to mitigate the damage quickly and efficiently.
THE NATIONWIDE OVERSPRAY® CLAIMS MANAGEMENT PROCESS
- Survey any and all damage.
- Prepare estimates.
- Set up a cleaning site – use water containment if necessary.
- Conduct a pre-clean inspection for prior damage. Owner initials on release form.
- Repair vehicles to each owner’s satisfaction – owner signs liability release form. Photo documentation included on release.
- Compile completed vs. remaining list for client. Distribute daily.