Areas We Serve
We love working with other businesses to help them put their best foot forward and to make the best visual first impression possible. Having an appealing storefront, office, lobby, or any other space for your business is absolutely crucial. A business needs high-quality paint applied precisely and perfectly, and it needs to be able to withstand weather, high-traffic, and wear and tear.
Whether it’s a public-facing business like a clinic, a shop, or a private office, a good paint job is always a good investment. Here are some things that you must consider when you have a commercial space that needs to be painted…
Important Considerations for Commercial Painting
The Scope Of The Project
Commercial projects are often much larger than residential ones, and require a great attention to detail. They can be more difficult, requiring talented painters to get the job done right.
When a business is being painted, it’s important to work around their schedule. If the business is already open, painting should take place during off-hours, and ideally while the business is closed. If a business is open during the day and closed on weekends, Friday after business hours is a great time to start painting, for example. If you’re closed for a few days for holidays or other renos, that’s another great time to start painting. For a business that isn’t open yet, it’s important to get the painting done before the grand opening, so stick with a professional team who can stick to deadlines, like us.
Strong, durable paint is important for commercial spaces. They’ll typically get a lot more wear and tear than the wall in your living room, for instance. With people coming in and leaving all day, touching the paint, leaning against the walls, and so on… you’ll want the strongest, highest quality paint that you can get your hands on.
Choosing the best colors for your business’ location is vitally important. It’s a good idea to put some thought into this. Certain colors can inspire different emotions, and it’s also a good idea to match the colors of your branding (logo, etc.) If you have a blue logo, that doesn’t mean your entire wall needs to be blue, but we can definitely match the color from any existing logo or branding materials that you have and incorporate into the paint style in one way or another.
What’s The Next Step?
If you’re ready to contact us for an estimate, we will be happy to prepare a quote for you. Reach out today to learn more about our commercial painting services. Whether you’re starting a new company, moving to a new location, or just need to touch-up an existing space – we can get the job done around your schedule.