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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 reasons you should look into updating your warehouse interior paint. 1. First Impressions are Everything If a potential customer were to walk into your warehouse and see chipping or outdated paint, they probably won't be too impressed. Customers like to work with warehouses that are modern and up to date. A dingy appearance won't help your cause in this regard. 2. Structural Protection If you want to make sure that your warehouse interior won't need structural repairs for some time to come, it is important...newly repainted warehouse interior
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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 Repainting There 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...professionally repainted apartment building
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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 help preserve your paint. Keep these three tips in mind to preserve the paint on the exterior of your home. 1. Pressure Wash One of the best ways to preserve your paint is to pressure wash the exterior of your home. By using a pressure washer on a controlled setting that is strong enough to remove any stains or debris, but not so powerful as to damage your home's exterior, you can help keep your paint looking as good as new. A pressure wash will...exterior house paint preserved by regular maintenance
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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 your business. Carefully considering the flooring options for your commercial building will ensure that your investment will last and that your floors make a great first impression. 1. Vinyl Vinyl flooring is a popular option for commercial buildings because it is economical and durable. Available in a variety of colors and designs, vinyl can give you the look of hardwood, stone floor, or any custom design that you can imagine, and is relatively easy to maintain. Commercial vinyl flooring is versatile and a good option...carpet flooring in newly remodeled office building
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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 overall value of the building. If you’re taking on the job yourself, there are a few risks you should know about, and precautions you should take. Ladder Danger If you are painting any areas that reach above your own height, you’ll most likely be using a ladder. While this can be great for getting those hard-to-reach areas, the ladder does pose a risk to anyone working on or near the project. When setting up the ladder, take some extra time to ensure it is on...Special Considerations for Preparing Your Business for Interior Painting
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