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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Questions You Should Always Ask Before Hiring a Commercial Painter

Commercial painting is a big job that you want done right the first time. A good quality paint job can help your building stand out and make your company look better. Not all painting companies are the same though. There are certain questions you should always ask before you decide which...

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Determine If Your Roof is a Candidate for Silicone Roof Coatings

The roof of your commercial building is just as important as the foundation. Without a sturdy roof, your building will deteriorate over time, and the cost of repairing your roof or replacing it will be astronomically expensive. Silicone roof coatings can benefit your roof and protect your investment. What Are the...

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Spring Painting: Watch The Weather

Spring can be a great time to paint your home or building exterior, but it does require careful planning. Multiple issues from humidity and temperature to pollen can wreak havoc on your project. If you've decided there's a project you want to accomplish this spring, here are a few general guidelines...

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Drones and the Painting Industry

Drones, defined as "unmanned aircraft or ship guided by remote control or onboard computers," are becoming more than just high-tech toys. Armed with high-definition cameras and other tools, they are being used in industries from real estate to agriculture. For commercial painters, drones are a potentially useful tool that could survey...

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4 Steps to Color Washing Your Wall

Are the walls of your home looking a little bland? That is a common theme among homeowners, particularly those who purchase new homes, as most modern houses are painted with neutral colors when they are built. Or maybe you have had your home for several years and are tired of the...

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Why You Should Paint Your Warehouse Ceiling Today

One of the biggest painting projects that should be tackled routinely is warehouse painting. Many may find this to be an unnecessary job, as these buildings are not highlighting quality décor and are often storing unsightly heavy equipment and machines. However, these ceilings should be painted for structure preservation and lighting....

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Use Paint Apps to Guide Your Residential or Commercial Painting

Paint apps are downloaded onto a smartphone or other electronic devices for customers to accurately view paint options and match them to the current area and color scheme before deciding on paint color. By uploading a photo of the area to paint, these apps allow customers to bring their room with...

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Why Spring Is a Good Time for Commercial Joint Caulking

Is your commercial building in Kansas City in need of new joint caulking? Perhaps you’ve noticed the previous caulking peeling away or it wasn’t done correctly, to begin with. As spring rolls in, now is the perfect time to get your commercial joint caulking done, but why? Nice Weather The nicer...

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How Feng Shui and Paint Color Affect Your Workplace

Your surroundings at work can affect your productivity. If you've ever suffered through sitting in a wobbly chair or squinted in poor lighting, then you know a good environment is important. The colors at your business are part of your surroundings and can make a difference in your comfort, perception, and...

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Paints to Help Prevent Mildew

Mildew is a type of fungus that grows on moist surfaces and may have a distinctive odor. It is a thin, black, gray, or sometimes white growth produced by mold that is in the air. When the spores find a warm, moist home, they may grow to noticeable proportions. Bathrooms and...

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Importance of Water Sealing

Water sealing is a crucial step in keeping your business or home looking its best for many years after being painted. Rain can cause substantial damage to paint that has not been sealed, which can greatly shorten the amount of time before it will need to be repainted. We value the...

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How to Identify Signs of a Bad Paint Job

There are many things to consider when deciding to hire a painting contractor. It is important to look for a professional who will guarantee you have the highest quality work completed. One of the best ways to ensure you get the look you want is to know what to look for...

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5 Exterior Items to Paint to Add Curb Appeal

Spring is just around the corner, and many home improvement projects will start up. When considering your home's curb appeal, it's tempting to call your local landscaper for a few updates around your house, but you'll miss out on another aspect of curb appeal: paint on the building itself. Paint is...

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Consider Paint Sprayers for a Large Paint Job

Painting the interior or exterior of your home or business is a large-scale project. Equipping yourself with the right tools for the job can save time and create a quality finish for your painted walls and surfaces. Using a paint sprayer offers some advantages to the traditional roller or brush painting....

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4 Considerations Before Painting Your Grocery Store

Trying to figure out if it would be a smart decision to paint the exterior or interior of your grocery store? It can be a tough decision to make, especially if your business operates out of a large location. Not only do you have to think about blocking off specific areas...

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How to Prevent Paint Leaching

Painting is a necessary part of home maintenance. Whether you're painting the exterior or interior of your home, a quality coat of paint increases your home's value and protects it from normal wear and tear and exposure to elements. A fresh coat of paint can also transform a room, giving it...

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Factors That Destroy Your Home Walls' Appearance

You've chosen the perfect paint color with care, had a professional painter apply your paint, and even worked to avoid marring your wall finish, but accidents do happen. Even a few random marks can leave your walls looking dated and tired. There are many causes of wall damage, so be prepared...

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3 Color Schemes for Your Office

Many people spend days picking out color palettes for their homes, but they don't necessarily think about the colors of the walls in their offices. It makes sense, however, to give attention to the walls in the place you spend the majority of your waking hours. Color affects mood and productivity,...

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Minimize Energy Loss in Your Commercial Building

Drafty Buildings If your building is starting to show signs of age, is feeling drafty, and your utilities seem to be at an all-time high, chances are it may be time to take a closer look at some of the causes and solutions. Aging buildings settle, creating cracks and openings that...

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Why Your Commercial Building Needs a Roof Coating Today

The natural wear and tear which comes with time can eat away at the roof of your commercial property. Before you know it, your building is springing leaks whenever it rains and suffering structural damage as a result. Applying a silicone roof coating to your commercial space provides a new, added...

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Factors That Affect Painting Project Timelines

One of the main concerns a customer has when it comes to their property being painted is how long the job will take. This isn't always such a simple question to answer. Of course, there is a standard to base time on, such as project size, whether it is a new...

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