While painting a home and painting a business share many of the same characteristics, there are differences that a painter has to be aware of in order to make everything go as smooth as possible. When it comes time to paint your business, you should hire a company who understands what a business needs when it comes to commercial painting.
Timing: We fully understand that you can’t shut down your business for a week while you bring in a commercial painter. That’s why timing is so important, and why you need a painter who understands how important it is to be able to work within your timeframe. It’s also incredibly important to stick within the timeframe so that the job doesn’t go too long, causing your employees to lose their workspace.
Cleanup: Painting isn’t just about putting the paint on the walls. It’s prep, painting, and cleanup. You need to find a painter who will not only be done painting by the agreed-upon time, but also cleaned up and out the door.
Type of paint: In residential painting, the painted room can often be shut off for a time and the windows opened until the paint smell goes away. But for commercial painting, the space has to be ready to go by 8:00 Monday morning, so it’s important that your painter is familiar with the type of paint with a smell that will dissipate quickly.
When you call Erick’s Painting, you’ll find a commercial painter who can follow through on everything necessary to keep your business up and running. Contact us today!