If you own a business, you likely know plenty about extra expenses. One expense you may be wondering about is the cost of a new paint job this summer. Can your business afford it? More importantly, can you afford NOT to update your company with a fresh coat of paint?
Whether you are a property manager or small business owner, the way you paint and present your property matters. An aesthetically pleasing hotel or boutique will draw more customers. Even warehouses and auto repair shops need an exterior that isn’t faded, chipped, or outdated.
Here are a few tips on commercial painting for the business owners out there …
What You Should Know About Commercial Painting
Commercial painting is, in some ways, more detailed and time-consuming than residential painting. You’re not just painting for your family, who won’t mind a few mistakes, you’re painting to impress potential customers.
We understand that business and property owners look for cost savings wherever they can find them. However, an interior or exterior paint job is not something you can skimp on!
Do you want a building facade that stands out? Do you want your employees to be comfortable and productive? Do you want to attract future residents? If so, then the quality of your paint job matters.
A professional painter understands the type of paint to choose for each job and can give you accurate time and cost estimates, advice which can be invaluable. A professional painting service can also give you a high quality job, from start to finish.
4 Reasons Hiring a Pro is Your Best Bet
- They’re certified, and that matters.
Certification demonstrates that these painters have been trained and are capable of doing a job correctly the first time. Protect your investment and verify that the painters you choose are licensed to do the job.
- Efficiency means time and money saved.
If you’ve ever had to correct a big job or start over, you know how time-consuming that can be. Hiring a professional guarantees that you won’t have to buy more paint, and take more time, interrupting your business and costing you more than you planned.
- Professionals provide design expertise for a variety of projects.
There are different considerations that go into painting a hotel versus a dentist’s office. With the right experience, professionals can help you with color and texture selections.
- A contract protects you and your bottom line.
When you hire a professional, you sign a contract. That means the parameters of the job are clear, and the price is stable. Contracts ensure a complete and above-board job.
Call on the Experts When it’s Time to Paint Your Business Property
If you haven’t updated the interior or exterior of your small business or rental property in awhile, summer is a great time to do it. If this sounds like the kind of chore you’d rather hire out, let us know! Our professional painters have plenty of experience, and we’re happy to make your business property look as good as new!