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Vice President of Sales at Major Painting

Before joining Major Painting, Chase attended the University of Missouri-Columbia and studied Business Finance with and emphasis in Commercial Real Estate and also earned a minor in Entrepreneurship. After graduating from MU, Chase joined the family business, Major Painting, which specializes in Commercial Repaints and Maintenance Coatings for Property Managers, Facility Managers, and Local Building Owners in the Greater Kansas City Metro. Chase currently serves as director for the Painting and Decorating Contractors of American - Commercial Forum and is involved in and serves on the board of many local business organizations such as the Institute of Real Estate Managers (IREM), Building Owners and Managers Associations (BOMA), and the Helzberg Entrepreneurial Mentorship Program.

Repaint Your Warehouse and Get Rid of Unappealing Peeling Paint

It is inevitable that over the course of time, your warehouse will require painting. Flaking, peeling paint, fading colors, and hairline cracks in the old paint are some of the tell-tale signs that your warehouse would benefit from a new paint job.Regardless of the extent of the damage or the underlying causes, if left untreated, further issues, such as mildew, mold and fungal growth, condensation, and severe pest infestations can occur.Proper PreparationTo ensure that the new paint adheres properly, the area will require proper prep work. During an inspection of your premises, pay close attention to leaks, water stains, drips, and any other signs of water infiltration. Finding the cause of the problem and getting it fixed will also be required prior to wall prep or painting.Common Causes of Peeling and Flaking PaintAged paintExcessive drynessWater infiltration...freshly painted warehouse
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Selling Your Home? Increase Its Market Value with a Fresh Paint Job

When thinking about selling your house, you are more than likely also thinking about receiving an acceptable offer. The first thing most experienced realtors will tell you is that a fresh coat of paint for both the exterior and interior of your home is one of the best ways to increase your home's market value.First Impressions CountOne of the first things a potential buyer notices about your house is the paint. A paint job that is chipping and flaking or a faded exterior/interior can turn a buyer off and cause you to lose the sale.Aside from the fact that painting your house is one of the least expensive improvements, it can also increase the selling price of your house by as much as $6,000.Exterior Paint "Rule of Thumb"The "Rule of Thumb" to keep in mind when...house on sale with freshly painted exterior
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Effectively Managing Your Next Office Remodel

Remodeling can create more efficient use of available space and has helped many companies save the cost of negotiating a new lease, relocation of assets, loss of valuable employees due to relocation, as well as the downtime required to make the move.Although relocating may be what your company needs due to unexpected growth and the need to hire more personnel, if you are looking to upgrade your offices and utilize wasted space or space that is no longer serving its original purpose, then remodeling may be your best option.Strategy & PlanningStrategically planning for a remodel is a critical first step. Unless you have unlimited resources, analyzing what needs you are attempting to fulfill will save you a lot of frustration and money in the long run. As an example, if you are a consulting firm and...freshly remodeled and painted office in commercial building
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Jeopardizing the Longevity of Your Commercial Paint Job

Covering a commercial location with paint can be a tricky business. With so many surface types, such as metal, wood, brick, paneling, or drywall, it can be hard to find a paint that does not peel or easily flake off. Without following important instructions, your commercial paint job might start to deteriorate long before you are able to get your investment out of it. Prepping the SurfaceOne of the foundational rules of commercial painting is a careful preparation of the surface. Whether the goal is an exterior or interior paint job, the entire surface needs to be thoroughly cleaned. This includes pressure washing exterior areas and removing and sanding chipped paint. If the surface has rust on it, an abrasive blaster can be used to remove the old paints and provide a smooth surface. Applying a PrimerIn order...Painting action
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Refresh Your Old Tile with a New Coat of Paint

Styles become outdated and materials wear out, but old tile doesn't need to keep dragging your space down. Use a coat of paint to quickly refresh aged tile design.Painting offers a practical way to reinvigorate older finishes. Removing tile can be time-consuming, messy, and frustrating. Instead, use a few coats of paint to liven the accents in your kitchen area with a new color, or sync up your bathroom borders after a new renovation, while only taking your room out of commission for a few hours.Proper Preparation is ImportantThough the process is straight-forward, you will still want to proceed with care. Be mindful of areas that are exposed to a lot water. Spots that receive frequent exposure to moisture, like a sink backsplash or shower, can cause the paint to peel and blister. Constant traffic, like...freshly painted tile in kitchen interior
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