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Office Building Painting Ideas and Tips

Posted Dec 06, 2013 by David Guy

 Office Building Painting Ideas and Tips

One of the most important aspects of running a successful business is keeping up a professional appearance. To customers, clients and potential partners, a well-maintained facility is more than just a clean workspace, It Represents Your Company Brand. It demonstrates that your company is attentive, organized and takes their work seriously. One of the easiest and most efficient ways to maintain a well-kept image is by keeping up on office building painting. However, many businesses may put this off for fear of having to cease production while their space is painted.

Fortunately, painting is no longer restricted to working summer months, when an office can be cleared and aired out. Professional painting companies know that time is money, and having workers out of the office is bad for business. More advanced, low or no VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) painting products have made it much easier to get a job done without any time on the clock being lost. New, low odor, paint will not disrupt your working environment and not leave a foul residual paint smell in your office building.

Contrary to popular belief, you can actually get the best value by painting your interior office in the winter months. Getting a job done in the winter, when painting companies have more time on their hands, during a lull in exterior jobs, will have a facility looking fresh for spring at a great price point for you. Some local commercial painting contractors even offer a discount for painting services in the winter. A refreshing new interior, even a new coat of the same color scheme, will serve to liven up employees during an otherwise dark couple of months. A new coat of paint can increase productivity and create an atmosphere of comfort and warmth. Accent walls can be created to introduce bold colors. Two tone dado walls can help prevent lower sheetrock or concrete walls from showing signs of dirt.

Interior painting is just as important as exterior painting. A well-kept exterior of a building may be the first thing a customer sees, but it would be discouraging and a blow to a client’s confidence to find that the inside is not as maintained. Although it may be dark and cold outside, a lively common area can keep guests in good spirits. Dry erase paint for accent walls and conference rooms will also help combat winter sluggishness. Allowing employees to create, share and present ideas on the walls of conference rooms or accent walls in offices. These unique upgrades will not only help keep a team creative during a cold winter, but will wow partners and clients come next quarter’s meetings. A simple paint job can go a long way in office rebranding, as well. When the weather thaws, a company can look like a brand new enterprise after a professional interior and exterior paint job.

Whether a company is looking to completely revamp their image or is simply looking for some maintenance touch-up painting, contacting a local painting contractor over the winter is a better bet than competing with the summer heat. Interior, common area, hallway painting companies and businesses that provide warehouse ceiling deck spray painting, epoxy floor painting, wallcovering services and like services will be able to give more attention to an interior paint job during these cold months, as the weather can be too harsh for some exterior applications.

Prospective clients looking for simple maintenance and upkeep jobs should keep an eye out for services such as Alpine Painting’s Painter For A Day program, where a flat rate service fee covers one professional painter and materials for an 8 hour stretch of painting services. Do you have small painting projects that you need done right away? Touch-up painting of faded walls? Updating trim colors throughout your office? Repairing scuffed baseboards or doors? Alpine Painting’s Painter For A Day Program is the perfect solution. Hire a trained, certified, fully-insured commercial painter at a daily rate to complete those little projects that restore and extend the beauty of your business.

Readers on the east coast searching for officer painters in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut or Pennsylvania can contact Alpine Painting, online at www.AlpinePainting.com or by phone at 866-596-0349.


By: Dave Scaturro, Sales Director for Alpine Painting.

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"Office Painting & Commercial Offices Painting ." Induspray. Web. Dec. 2013. .

"Office Painting Services ." Premiere Painting. Web. Dec. 2013. .

"Office Building Painting Services ." Lakeside Painting, Inc. Web. Dec. 2013. .

"Office Buildings Professional Painting Contractor in Massachusetts." Franca Services .Web. Dec. 2013. .

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