How To Extend the Life of Your Office Paint Job
Posted Jan 11, 2021 by Dave Scaturro
A good paint job doesn’t just look nice, it also says a great deal about you and your company. Aesthetics are the first details clients and potential customers notice about you and without realizing it, you could be saying something about yourself you would rather not. And as the years go by, a poor paint will not be a good representation of your business as it tends to tear off due to corrosion, moisture, cracking and peeling. Getting it right the first time is cost-effective and ensures that those first impressions get off on the right foot.
Here are three ways to make your office paint job last:
1. Use High-Quality Paints
Quality paint is not only easier to clean, but it’s also more durable. You’ll need a wipeable paint that won’t wear off when it’s time for a spot wash. Better quality paint is more expensive, but think of it as an investment in your company. Because it’s long-lasting, you will be saving money in the long run since you’ll cut down on routine painting.
Speak to your contractor about identifying the proper coating for your walls and ceilings.
2. Hire Professionals Commercial Painting Contractors
Professionals have proper tools and the right amount of product. You won’t have to worry about running out to the hardware store to get more paint- and possibly purchasing the wrong one. Contractors will know if your walls need a deep cleaning and will take care of the pressure washing and air blasting if needed.
3. Keep Up with Maintenance
Don’t delay on repairing chips as it will shorten the life of your paint. Fill holes and chipped surfaces and repaint them.Dust and dirt accumulation can also cut down its life span. Consider dusting your walls and ceilings with a microfiber dust every two months.
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