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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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If your commercial building’s interior is starting to look dingy and outdated, it might be time for a paint job.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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3 Things to Consider When Painting Your Commercial Building’s Exterior

Keeping the exterior of your commercial building looking its best and creating a positive first impression is as easy as a new coat of paint. With a little strategy and the right professionals, your business will have that fresh new look with minimum disruptions. When hiring painting professionals, there are a...

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Finding the Perfect Interior Office Color

Updating the interior of your office building can be one of the most worthwhile investments you can make. In terms of productivity in an office environment, the color of your walls can make a surprising difference. Promote a positive, healthy work environment, and boost productivity by selecting from these popular office...

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Does Your Building’s Drywall Need Repaired?

Damaged drywall can look like anything between a tiny scuff mark, a spongy area, or a gaping hole. There are many ways drywall can become damaged. It could be due to weather effects such as heavy wind, rain, or earthquakes or due to heavy impact or moving furniture against the walls....

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To Paint or Not to Paint: A Question of Weather

An exterior paint job comes with many considerations, one of which is the weather. Since the climate differs according to the region in which you reside, there is no one-size-fits-all answer to the question of when to paint. There are, however, basic factors that can and should be taken into consideration...

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How Do Carpentry and Painting Projects Go Hand in Hand?

While building and painting go hand in hand, the best results can often be provided by professionals in both areas. Instead of hiring one company to build/remodel and another to paint, it can be a good idea to select a company who can complete both aspects of the project in order...

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The Importance of PPE and Respirators

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and respirators are important to use when working on any construction or painting project. If you're working with water-based paint in a properly ventilated area, it hardly seems worth the trouble to use a respirator. However, determining the air quality of a worksite without professional testing is...

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4 Key Steps for Preparing the Exterior of Your Home for Paint

A project for a fresh new coat of paint for your house is a challenging yet rewarding endeavor when properly executed. Although we all are excited to get into the paint and start applying it to the home, there are some essential steps that need to be completed prior to ever...

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How to Handle Bad Painters

To have a professional paint job completed is a big task. When you hire a contractor or company to handle the work, you want to be sure you’re getting the best. If you feel like you’re getting poor quality, here is how to handle it. Be Motivational If you’re dealing with...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Preparation Tips for Interior Painting

Interior painting can be a hassle, especially if you’re a concerned amateur painter. If you have a beautiful idea in mind for a room (or rooms) in your house but are worried you won’t achieve the outcome you envision, consider these few tips to help you paint like a professional. Prepare...

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Exterior Painting in the Midwest

The extreme temperatures and windy weather the Midwest is known for can easily weaken a paint job. Summer heat, winter ice, and rainy thunderstorms can wreak havoc on a beautiful exterior. Fortunately, there are ways to be proactive and prevent your home from sustaining damage caused by seasonal changes and unpredictable...

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The Best Paint Rollers for Different Painting Projects

Paint rollers are essential tools in a painter's arsenal. They speed up the process and make it easier on the painter since one swipe with a roller is equivalent to multiple strokes with a brush. Rollers also produce a smoother, more uniform finished surface while using less paint. Using both rollers...

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How Repainting Your Commercial Business Can Improve Your Bottom Line

A fresh coat of paint is a cost-effective way to maintain your building and increase customer traffic. From a newly purchased building to a long-standing storefront, here are a few reasons why repainting your commercial building can improve your brand and bottom line easily.   Improve Curb Appeal Bright, clean, colors...

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Regular Maintenance and Practices to Extend the Life of Your Office Walls' Appearance

A clean and attractive office is something that clients and potential clients notice. Maintaining the fresh and clean appearance of the walls in your office helps boost how others view your overall professionalism. What Causes Damage to Your Walls? That fresh, clean appearance of newly painted walls undergoes some natural changes...

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Why You Should Maintain Your Commercial Building's Paint

As an owner of a commercial property, keeping your building’s paint properly maintained is very important. Without proper maintenance, paint can start to peel away, leaving the wood bare and susceptible to rain, weather, and insect damage. This can cause the wood to rot and, in turn, endanger the structural integrity...

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Prep Work for Outdoor House Painting Projects - Getting it Right

Exterior house painting projects offer a unique set of challenges, which can differ in many aspects from the prep work normally required for an indoor painting project. Follow these handy cleaning and prep tips designed to make your outdoor painting project as seamless as possible. Cleaning Comes First Prior to beginning...

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