Tips for Painting Commercial Buildings
Painting your commercial building is an investment that should be strategically approached to help avoid any complications with the public all while still accomplishing your desired look. While a good paint job can elevate and create a more positive first impression of a building, knowing what you want and how to achieve it is just as crucial.
We’ve narrowed down some of our need to know tips to help you ensure that your next commercial paint project helps create the feeling and atmosphere you are wanting to accomplish for your business.
Consider the Scope of your Project
Before jumping into a full paint job on your building or business space, taking the time to consider the extent of your project will always help you and your painters in the long run. Asking yourself the following questions will help you narrow down the scope of your project and help you and your commercial painting company set the right plan into place to achieve your desired results.
How many buildings will need to be painted? Is there a time frame that we need to have the painting completed by? What time of the year are you planning on painting your building? Will there need to be any closures to business areas to accommodate the painters?
Taking a moment to look at all of the possible factors that could come into play as you work on painting your business space or building will help you understand what needs to be done as well as help minimize the inconvenience that might happen to any commercial activities throughout the project’s completion time.
Choose the Right Color
Choosing what color is right for the exterior of your building is often overlooked in commercial real estate. Choosing the right color is key to that first impression as customers and potential customers arrive at your location.
The right colors can make all the difference between a dull property and a stunning masterpiece. Color consultants can help you choose a color and appropriate shades to fit with the current trends, paint development and color psychology.
Creating a Safe work environment
Maintaining the health and safety of your employees and customers as well as building tenants should always be a priority when looking to update any paint job in any commercial building. Making sure you select the correct type of paint that causes minimal health risks to those in the work space is crucial. Consider looking into paints that are odorless to help prevent an accumulation of paint fumes which could cause problems for employees, painters and customers throughout the duration of your project.
Choose the right Painting Company for the Job
With all of the unique challenges that come with painting a commercial building, taking the time to select the right painters for you is essential. Here at Accent Painting we have over 50 years of experience painting inside and outside of commercial buildings.
We are a full service paint company with interior and exterior painting for commercial and residential buildings. We specialize in everything from staining any kind of natural wood, working with drywall and plaster repairs, painting baseboards and crown molding, staining or painting of doors and windows, or painting perimeter walls.
Let us help take care of your job. Like we say here at Accent Painting, there is no job too big or too small. Give us a call today to schedule an assessment of your project!
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