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Does Your Place of Business Need A New Coat of Paint?

If you have been running a business for a few years, you may be looking to spruce up the appearance to keep the building looking clean and professional. After all, keeping your building presentable helps convince people that your institution is trustworthy. A high-impact way to convey this is a fresh coat of paint for both the interior and exterior surfaces. Not only does a new coat of paint look good, but the look lasts a while. The most obvious sign that you need a new paint job is when the existing paint starts peeling and cracking. It's better to paint before this happens. How often that is necessary will depend on many factors. One of the biggest factors will be the material you are having painted. Some materials absorb and hold paint better than others. Wood siding...orange paint
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How Building Owners Benefit from Professional Painting Services

When your building needs repainting, it can be difficult to see the fun in it. Each step can feel as daunting as the last. In order to keep your building looking its finest, there are quite a few things to consider, including paint color and type, amount of paint needed, necessary equipment, and amount of time it will take to complete the entire process. Hiring professional painters to complete this process for you can help ease your stress and save you time and money.Professional painting services are the obvious time savers, but they provide so much more.Help in Choosing the Perfect Paint Color and TypeFirst, professional painters know the right type of paint to use on your structure. If outdoors, climate is a consideration. If inside, space usage and ambiance are considered. Your painting professional will...professional painters repainting commercial building
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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 for it.Interior Paint Jobs Are FasterInterior paint jobs take a lot less time than exterior paint jobs. In the winter, exterior paint jobs tend to end when the sun goes down. Interior paint jobs, on the other hand, can last throughout the evening. Painters can set up in the early morning or work until later in the evening.Paint Cures Best in WinterPaint cures best when the air is cold and dry. In the summer, hot and humid air can make the process painfully slow. No...IMG 0845 50
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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 this needed task and how our professional painters can help.Reasons for RepaintingThere are at least four primary reasons related to the need for regular repainting of condo and apartment facilities including: Protection Against Corrosion. Paint provides the first line of defense against rust, corrosion, rot, and wear of structural elements of the complex. Exposure to elements like UV rays, wind, rain, humidity, snow, and ice wears down the highest quality of paint and coatings over time, causing costly damage to the structure of the complex.Upgrading...professionally repainted apartment building
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Choosing a Paint Primer

Choosing a paint primer is overwhelming. There are hundreds of types of paint primer for hundreds of different purposes. Having some knowledge on which types of primers are good for the job you are doing will make the choice easier. Paint Primers for Wood New wood is thirsty and absorbs paint quickly. For bare interior wood, choose an oil based primer such as an enamel undercoat. An enamel undercoat will: Adhere better, seal the raw wood, hide imperfections, block wood tannin and bind wood fibers. This primer is also easy to sand out to a smooth finish. Shellac primer is also an option for tannin-content woods such as cedar and redwood. Shellac primers: are a century old primer, are quick drying and work well for spot priming wood knots, prevent rusty nail heads and stop severe water-based stains from bleeding through...paint primer
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