Painting the exterior and/or interior of your commercial building properly can create a great first impression to potential customers. It’ll convince them that you’re a reliable company to do business with, and it’ll encourage them to return to your business over and over again. So if your commercial building needs an updated look, keep these things in mind:
Before you even start, you should first consider the scope of your project. Which part of the building needs to be painted? How many buildings need to be painted? How much time do you have to complete it? What’s your budget? These are all questions to ask yourself before starting your project.
Choose the right color
The paint color is vital to your commercial building, as it’s often one of the first things visitors notice. The color you choose should complement your business’ brand—that is, the colors that you see in your logo, marketing products, and digital communication. It doesn’t have to be the exact same, but you should get complementing colors.
Adhere to health and safety standards
The health and safety of your customers should be your top priority. Choose paint that will cause minimum health risks and is odorless.
Prep the building properly
To get the best end-product, you should prepare your building accordingly. It may cost a little extra, but it’ll pay out in the long-run. Pressure washing will remove all dirt and mildew, extending the life of your paint job, and be sure to replace and restore any wood, siding, or concrete.
Choose the right contractor
Ultimately, your project will depend on who gets it done. Getting the right contractor will ensure that your building will come out of this project looking better than ever. Here at Richard Stewart Painting, our experienced professional painters can help you with all of your commercial painting needs. And of course, after your commercial building is polished up, we can do the same with your home. Painting is our specialty, so give us a call at 818-951-1181 to learn more.