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Preserving the Past: Painting Historic Buildings

on Oct 17, 2019 2:12:00 PM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Coatings Surface Prep
Historic buildings require extra care when it comes to painting and restoration. Old paints, although very beautiful, can begin to deteriorate due to exposure to sunlight and humidity. Before starting any painting project, you will need to thoroughly research the building's history, finding out as much as you can about the types of paints used. You will also want to learn what colors were popular during the time the building was at its zenith.
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Things to Consider When Painting Your Restaurant

on Oct 14, 2019 12:12:00 PM By | Jason Parker | 1 Comment | Commercial Painting Coatings Surface Prep
When people enter a restaurant, most don't take the time to critique the walls. What they will notice, however, is if the paint color is off or if the walls are dirty looking. If you are considering painting your restaurant, there are several things you will need to think about before you undertake the project. Before you start, you will want to determine what type of result you want to end up with. In most cases, this adds up to being pleasing to the eye, easy to clean, and above all, as little downtime as possible.
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Painting Around Customers: How to Not Deter Shoppers

on Oct 7, 2019 1:44:00 PM By | Litton Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Surface Prep Safety
Painting any type of area in a retail store can be a challenge. The key is to be able to complete the work without disrupting the flow of customers and preventing them from having access to the items they need. Any time you take on an activity that can disrupt your customers, you increase your liability. If you plan on undertaking a painting project, you will have to take the necessary precautions to keep your customers safe while you work.
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Painting Your Commercial Building and Staying On-Brand

on Aug 20, 2019 1:46:00 PM By | Litton Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Coatings
  What a customer sees when they pull up to your business will help to establish their first impression of your company. A commercial property needs to look professional but also support and promote the brand. While many people associate colors with moods or feelings, it's important to choose colors that work well with those that are in your company's logo. Different color variations can be used to attract the attention of the customer while still accentuating the brand.
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How Painting and Color Choice Can Increase Interest in Your Rental Properties

on Jun 26, 2019 8:00:00 AM By | Kevin Hughes | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting HOA Coatings
Painting your rental home is a great way to increase interest in your properties without spending a fortune. A fresh coat of paint can drastically change the appeal of a place, as well as cover up old smells and make a home feel more modern. For many renters, a freshly painted house is a sign of a well-maintained property that they can enjoy living in worry-free. When it comes to painting and color choices, here are a few tips: 
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The Unique Challenges of Painting at Extreme Heights

on May 30, 2019 2:37:00 PM By | Litton Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Safety
Painting any large building is a monumental task, but when you add extreme heights to the equation, things can get downright dangerous. Even for the most enthusiastic DIYer, taking on a project such as painting a commercial or industrial building should be where you draw the line. If you're planning on having your commercial building painted in the near future, here are a few things to consider. 
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5 Tips for Painting an Occupied Commercial Space

on May 28, 2019 3:09:00 PM By | Jason Parker | 1 Comment | Commercial Painting Safety
  When all is going well with your commercial property, you probably have a lot of tenants in place. Of course, with more tenants comes more wear and tear, which means that the need to keep up the common areas of your property increases as well. The problem is that painting an occupied building is much harder than painting a vacant one. So here are a few tips to help you manage the project without all the headaches. 
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Why Choose Dry Erase Board Paint for Your Commercial Office

on May 10, 2019 2:12:00 PM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Coatings
  Today's hottest businesses are those that are focused wholly on efficiency, communication, and teamwork. Many of these businesses have taken the concept of a dry erase board and applied it broadly to their commercial office space so that teams can communicate more effectively, take notes wherever they are, and brainstorm in the open.  Just about any commercial office space can be transformed using this same philosophy and a little bit of dry erase board paint. 
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Penetrating Sealers for Exterior Concrete

on Mar 29, 2019 1:45:00 PM By | Kevin Hughes | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Waterproofing Coatings Surface Prep
When looking through different kinds of sealers for exterior concrete, there are a few things to keep in mind. We are here to help you to understand what the differences are between different types of concrete sealers and which is best to use in exterior situations.
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