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Top Painting Tips to Consider When Painting Your Office Building

Posted Mar 13, 2023 by Dave Scaturro

 Top Painting Tips to Consider When Painting Your Office Building

What’s one of the easiest and most efficient ways to maintain a well-kept image in your office space?

Painting!


It’s true. One of the most important aspects of running a successful business is how your office space appears. After all, you only have one chance to make a first impression. A well-cared-for paint job demonstrates for customers and employees alike the care, attention, and organization you put into your business.

The Best Time to Paint
The good news is that these days painting, especially inside, can happen any time of year! Painting companies, like Alpine, are well-versed in working around the schedules of businesses and are able to provide recommendations on the appropriate low or no-VOC painting products to use to ensure your business remains uninterrupted and customers and employees are safe during work hours.


That said, if you can, you may want to consider completing your interior painting projects during the winter months. Generally, painting companies see a lull in exterior painting jobs in the cooler months which means they may be open to discounting or negotiating the rate for their interior services in the winter.


Improved Space with Color
Though it can often go overlooked, a fresh coat of paint can do wonders for the look of your business and the well-being of your employees. Here are a few ways a fresh coat of paint can improve your space:

  • Brighter paint colors liven up a space, especially in the darker winter months, which can improve the morale and productivity of your team members.

  • Fresh paint can hide unsightly concrete or sheetrock walls, as well as dirt.

  • Your paint job can reflect your company’s brand colors, which means a more inviting space for customers and employees.


Enhancing Productivity
Remember, interior painting is just as important as exterior painting. And, we don’t just mean color. Adding elements that can enhance productivity, like dry-erase paint, for conference rooms can make your employees' lives easier and the work they do more effective. Plus, ensuring common areas like hallways and ceilings are well-kept can go a long way in giving your interior space a positive feel.

Looking to schedule your next interior or exterior paint job? Give our team a call! We have nearly five decades of experience painting commercial businesses across the Tri-state area. And, for simple maintenance jobs, our Painter for a Day program offers a flat rate service to cover a professional painter and materials for upkeep services like touch-ups, trim updates and repairs

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Call Dave Scaturro, Commercial Painting Specialist, at (973) 279-3200 x224 or use our online application.

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