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Consider Improving Commercial Property through Painting

May 15, 2015

 

Commercial property needs to look its best in order to promote your business to existing clients and potential customers. Unlike residential property which does not need redecoration frequently, commercial property can have a huge influx of visitors every day which can lead to damage and deterioration. Exteriors can also suffer from damage caused by the elements; exposure to sunlight, cold temperatures, heavy rains and harsh winds can cause a great deal of wear and tear. This damage can be minimized by improving the property by painting.

 

 

Building Enhancement

Painting can provide an updated image and is one of the quickest methods of making the building look as new. Painting the exterior façade can not only protect it from harsh elements but can actually make the building promote your business. A well painted exterior can promote the smart professionalism of your company to prospective clients. It creates a clean and tidy image which encourages customers to come inside and make use of your services. Many potential clients can be put off by dark dingy looking buildings, since they simply do not want to go in.

 

 

Professional paint services have the tools and expertise to revamp the exterior of your commercial property, quickly and effectively. They can provide guidance and advise as to which products would be more durable and long lasting to suit the requirements of your building. They can also incorporate a color scheme which is complimentary to your company branding.

 

 

Professional Interiors

A new paint scheme can radically transform dull and uninspired areas into more vivid professional spaces. This can make the interior of your commercial property feel more spacious and reflect the correct ambiance or mood with the right choice of color palate. This can instantly update the image of your business without the additional expense of replacing furniture and accessories. This refreshed décor can create a more comfortable environment for customers to use when they visit your premises, conjuring the ambience that clients will want to visit your premises to enjoy.

 

 

Since many commercial properties feel tired due to the wear and tear of numerous visitors, painting can give your business a real boost. It is amazing how painting and decorating can increase sales and boost productivity and staff morale. A poor choice of color can leave visitors and staff feeling washed out and low, this can cause lower sales and leave you with a lethargic workforce whose low mood can promote irritation and illness. A bright new color palate can promote a feeling of happiness and well-being which increases attentiveness of staff, making customers feel more relaxed and liable to spend.

 

 

When considering improving your commercial property through painting, you should be aware of the sales power a fresh interior or exterior can promote for your business. Customers don’t want to spend their time in drab dull surroundings. They want to feel relaxed in a bright airy space which exudes professionalism. Even buildings with little natural light can be revamped to feel spacious and bright with the correct lighting and color choices. This can have a huge impact on your business without the need for massive investment. Regular painting will also help to maintain the value of your commercial property, ensuring maximum efficiency with your financing.

 

 

If you are interested in learning more about how painting your commercial property could impact on your business, or you are considering improving commercial property through painting, please contact The Painters Group. We have a great deal of experience and expertise in all aspects of painting for commercial properties and would be delighted to provide advice or guidance and answer any questions you may have. For a FREE Quote Call us at (905) 294-7777. Toll Free 1-866 436-6108.

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