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Chase DeRousse is the Vice President of Painting at Major Painting and strives to deliver quality craftsmanship coupled with superior customer service, creating a unique and pleasant experience for all Major Painting customers, no matter the size of the project. Chase also holds an active Class A General Contracting License.

Chase has won multiple accolades recognizing his leadership and excellence in the painting industry including awards from the Painting Contractor Association (PCA), Business Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), and Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM).

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Why Winter Is the Best Time for a Commercial Paint Job

It’s normally the spring season that’s known for inspiring remodels to commercial buildings. Is this the best time of year to spruce up the office? It may not be. If you’re noticing that the interior of your building could use a fresh coat of paint, winter might be the best season...

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4 Reasons to Paint Your Warehouse Interior

Warehouses are typically very busy areas that experience a great amount of foot and vehicle traffic day after day, year after year. Unfortunately, general maintenance of these spaces tends to be forgotten. This is a big mistake in warehouse operations, especially as it relates to interior paint. Check out these four...

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4 Reasons to Repaint Condos and Apartment Complexes

A critical role of condo and apartment complex owners and property managers includes the repainting of their facilities. We know this can seem like a daunting task, especially for property managers, when repainting requires coordinating with tenants and ensuring a professional finish. Keep reading to check out a few reasons for...

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3 Tips For Preserving Your Home’s Exterior Paint

Painting the exterior of your home is an excellent investment and is one that can really help to bring new life to your home's exterior. However, since this is an investment for you, it is very important that you protect it. Thankfully, there are certain things that you can do to...

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3 Flooring Options for Your Commercial Building

Choosing the best flooring material for your commercial building involves a variety of factors. The flooring material in a commercial building must be durable, easy to clean, and able to withstand an enormous amount of daily foot traffic. Flooring materials have a significant impact on how people perceive a space and...

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3 Risks and Precautions Associated With Painting

Depending on how much painting you’re planning to do, it can be a big job. When you consider the return on your investment, however, the results are worth the time and effort. A new paint job offers a great first impression to potential tenants and customers, as well as improving the...

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Office Remodel: When is the Ideal Time for a New Look?

Regardless of industry, it's crucial to have a clean and well laid out office environment. An office outlook not only impacts the productivity of your working staff but can also help in attracting more business. Indeed, your enterprises' ability to generate revenue benefits greatly from a firm's appearance. However, most businesses...

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5 Reasons You Should NOT Wait to Repaint the Exterior of Your House

When is the last time you had your home's exterior repainted? If it has been a few years, you may notice hairline cracks beginning to form in the finish and small chips flaking from the wood. With your home showing obvious signs that its outer finish is failing to "weather the...

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Office Remodel Tips: Pick the Best Paint Color for Your Conference Room

Step into any office building and you're likely to find rooms painted in neutral colors like white and gray. This is especially true of conference rooms, generally regarded as being strictly business. However, many companies are rethinking their style and doing an office remodel to incorporate color and create more welcoming...

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Ceiling Painting Tips for Your Home or Business

When painting the interior of your home or business, it’s easy to overlook the ceiling when picking out your preferred color(s) and just paint it/keep it white. However, your ceilings can be an important part of your room’s aesthetic and simply slapping on a coat of white paint can be a...

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3 Tips For Preparing For Commercial Painting Services

A new coat of paint is perfect for updating a space and keeping it looking clean and fresh. When hiring professional painters to rejuvenate the look of your commercial building, it is important that you are well prepared for the commercial painters before they arrive. This makes the process much smoother,...

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Painting With Your Brand in Mind

A lean and efficient business is one that may stand the test of time. However, when businesses cut too many corners, they may soon begin to cross that line between cost-efficient and cheap. One of the projects companies should never skimp on is the commercial painting of the exterior or interior...

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Simplify Your Next Paint Project With These Handy Products

Let's face it, painting can be a daunting task. Getting just the right shade is stressful enough, not to mention the act of actually doing the painting. If you're not careful, you'll end up burnt out before you even get started. However, if you have these helpful products on hand, you're...

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Office Remodels: 4 Design Trends to Consider

Employees spend a lot of time indoors. For that reason, it can become a challenge to provide motivation. However, investing in a flexible and calming workplace design may prove to be the ideal solution to that concern. As office environments evolve, you may want to familiarize yourself with the art of...

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Commercial Caulking Repair: Protecting Your Building This Winter

Caulking was first used to make wooden ships watertight. Shipyards used various products, such as cotton and tar pitch, as a waterproof filler and sealant to fill the gaps and seams on wooden boats and ships to make them watertight. When applied to a building, caulking serves a similar purpose and...

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What To Expect From a Commercial Paint Job

If you have ever hired painters to give the exterior of your home a facelift, you may have some idea of what to expect for commercial painting. Even so, there are key differences. This stems from the fact that painting a commercial building is a lot more complex than painting a...

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Prime Before You Paint

When starting a new paint project, selecting the right color is an important step in making your vision, reality. However, there is one other key step that you'll want to include before applying any paint. While priming can sometimes seem like an unnecessary extra step, a quality primer can do wonders...

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Differences in Paint Types: Premium vs Low Quality Paint

There is no better way to revitalize your commercial or residential property than with a coat of paint. But there is more to choosing a can of paint than just picking a color. That said, with each brand offering a vast array of paint lines, it would take months to sample...

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Essential Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Painting Projects

Personal Protective Equipment is an essential aspect of keeping commercial painters safe. Many types of paint and other supplies used by professional painters are made from harsh chemicals that can cause significant health problems over time if painters do not protect themselves. Aside from professional painters, PPE should also be worn...

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6 Tips for Painting Your Home’s Exterior

Whether you just bought a new house, or the old, comfortable home needs a touch-up, a new paint job can be a daunting prospect. Luckily, we’ve got some helpful tips to share to keep your project running smoothly. 1. Check Your Weather Report Plan your exterior paint project for a dry...

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3 Steps to Effectively Manage Painting Your Commercial Building's Interior

If your commercial building’s interior is starting to look dingy and outdated, it might be time for a paint job. A new coat of paint gives everything a fresh, clean look, revitalizing offices and conference rooms. Gone are all the food splashes by the trashcan in the break room, the hand...

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