Americoat Powder Coating & Manufacturing is dedicated to providing only the highest quality powder coat finishes in Southern California. Located in Orange County for over 29 years, we continue to grow by providing our customers with the high-quality, custom work they demand.

Shop Specialties

Look no further, we are your local Orange County powder coating experts! Our areas of expertise include:

  • Cars & Motorcycles
  • Patio Furniture
  • Gates & Fences
  • Bicycles
  • Wheels
  • Suspension
  • Frames
  • Truck Racks
  • And Much More

A Flawless Finish

Whatever coat you’re looking for, we have you covered! We offer:

  • Super-Durable High Gloss
  • Semi Gloss
  • Flat
  • Textured
  • Metallic
  • Transparent
  • Candy
  • Dormant
  • Fluorescent Finish
  • Over 6,500 colors available

With every color/texture option available, the possibilities are endless!

We also stock a wide variety of oil-rubbed bronze powder coating for patio furniture. Below, we have provided links to color brochures to better assist you in choosing the perfect finish for your project: CARDINAL | TIGER – DRYLAC | PRISMATIC

Powder coating offers a superior finish with a longer lasting gloss, color retention, and excellent weather/corrosion resistance. It’s obvious why so many top builders and product manufacturers continue to embrace this method over ordinary paint.
Almost any metal can be powder coated including aluminum, cast iron, steel, and others. Contact us for a quote.
Here are some examples:

  • Wheel powder coating will generally cost $75 per wheel in most colors.
  • Chassis / car frames would be $600 – $700 which includes precook, high-pressure hot wash, sandblast and two coats of powder.
  • Patio Furniture can range from $75 per chair to $100 per chair and up.
For an accurate powder coating project quote, please email some photos to us at americoat at live dot com or call us at (714) 633-5717. Once again, from patio furniture to car powder coating, we do it all! We even stock Oil Rubbed Bronze Finish for the hottest new look. Pick up and Delivery available.

Land Cruiser Heater Box Restoration

lI’ve been restoring a ’66 Toyota Land Cruiser, and the work Rich has done for me is top notch.  I used this photo because you can see the screw heads I had them powder coat on the heater box. Demonstrates the quality, as I had to put a fair amount of torque on the Phillips heads when reassembling the box, and you can see no chipping whatsoever.

– Jay R.

   Costa Mesa, CA