Spray Bedliners – Scottsdale

Spray Bedliners in Arizona that ROCK

Not only that, but they handle rocks, debris and protect from corrosion and damage to your truck bed of fleet bedliners. The secret is in the relationship we have with Spray-Lining and Coatings. As a direct manufacturer of polyurea, polyurethane, polyurea hybrid and poly hybrid coatings we get the special pricing that comes from a manufacturer. We are able to pass these savings onto you through a truly superior bedliner application as well as cost.

What you get with PCS Bedliners

The Most Durable Bedliner

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When you compare us you see that Spray-Lining™ bed liner and coatings are number one in class and function. With variable textures and behaviors we can achieve the exact formula for you.

Over the Rails

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This option really helps the look and durability of your bedliner. For years of protection where it counts, make sure to get your bed rails lined by PCS along with your 1/8″ – 1/4″ thick spray bedliner job.

Colored Bedliner

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PCS offers the most durable bedliner in numerous stock colors as well as an option to color match your bedliner. Our custom color process saves you money and gives the results you’re looking for.

Bedliner Repair

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We can repair any bedliner. Our proven process bonds to almost any surface and repairs to full strength a damaged bedliner whether it’s cracked, scraped to nothing, chipped or gouged **.
We fix:

  • Gouges / scratches
  • Dents
  • Delamination
  • Long term Wear
  • Weak spots

We fix all brands of spray on bedliners:

  • Rhino Linings
  • Line-X
  • Scorpion Coatings
  • Speedliner
  • Ultimate Linings, Xtreme Liners, Arma Coating, ArmorThane, popular brands
  • Poorly applied, DIY and no name brands of bedliner are removed, fully recoated at over 100 mils, thickest on high stress parts

Not good for some colored bedliners based on age and tint

One thought on “Spray Bedliners – Scottsdale

  1. Mark Vinsen

    Question for you: Does your product work on non-automotive applications, and are you in a position to perform an in-home project? I have a basement home with 6 (supposedly) galvanized window-wells sunk into the ground (roughly 7 feet by 5 feet). These are looking shabby and are showing rust signs – I was wondering if a truck-bed liner would offer a more durable finish than just another coat of paint. Also – can you offer a white finish …. or at least a very light grey?

    Thanks….
    Mark

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