Architectural Coatings - 2014 Survey

This page last reviewed February 9, 2018

2014 Architectural Coatings Survey

The Air Resources Board is conducting a survey of architectural coatings sold in California.  Architectural coatings are defined as coatings applied on-site to stationary structures and their appurtenances, and do not include coatings applied in a factory or shop. The purpose of the survey is to gather current information on the volatile organic compound contents of architectural coatings.  The reporting year is 2013. Please refer to the survey instructions, which can be found here, to determine specific types of coating categories covered by the 2014 Architectural Coatings Survey.

The survey is primarily intended for coating manufacturers who sell architectural coatings in California. If your company is not a coating manufacturer, but your company name is listed as “manufactured for” or “distributed by” on the product label, you are responsible for completing the requested information in this survey, unless you meet one of the criteria listed in the form: Reasons for Not Completing Survey .

Authority To Request Survey Information - This request is made pursuant to sections 39600, 39607, 39701 and 41511 of the California Health and Safety Code, and Title 17, California Code of Regulations, section 91100. Information which you designate as confidential will be protected in accordance with Title 17, California Code of Regulations, sections 91000 to 91022 and the California Public Records Act (California Government Code section  6250 et seq).


February 9, 2018

Below are draft ingredient summaries for the data reported in the 2014 Architectural Coatings Survey.

Comments or questions on the ingredient summaries should be sent to Glen Villa.