Three Reasons You May Want To Consider Painting Your Commercial Building

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A few years ago my father purchased my mother a new front door for their home. At first, my mother was excited. However, she quickly decided she didn’t like the plain white color of the door, so she asked my father to paint the door a vivid burgundy color. I visited the home after the front door was painted. The burgundy color of the door looked amazing against the blue color of the house. If you want to give your home a fresh, new look without spending a lot of money, consider what changing the paint might do for the interior and exterior.


Three Reasons You May Want To Consider Painting Your Commercial Building

22 April 2018
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Painting the exterior of a commercial building is not an expensive process. As such, you may wonder if it really is worth investing in a fresh coat of paint for your building or whether you can put it off for a little bit longer. Here are three reasons why you may want to consider painting your commercial building now. 

Your Paint is Faded and Worn

As paint is exposed to sunlight, weather elements, pollutants and dirt and dust, it begins to fade. In some cases, pressure washing the exterior of your commercial building can help to remove enough dirt and dust to revive the color. But in other cases, the color is too faded and worn. If the color of your paint is faded and worn, it can cause your building to look old and run down. This can deter tenants from wanting to rent in your space or customers from wanting to shop in your space. New paint helps to revive the color, making a great first impression on tenants, clients and customers. 

Your Paint is Peeling or Cracking

The second reason you may wish to consider painting your commercial building now is because your existing paint is peeling or cracking. When paint peels or cracks, it leaves your siding exposed to the elements. For example, if your commercial building has wood siding, without the paint covering the wood, the wood is now exposed to rain and water, which can cause it to warp or can lead to wood rot. Painting can help to protect your exterior siding material and prevent costly damage. 

You Want Your Building to Stand Out

The last reason you may want to consider painting the exterior of your commercial building is because you want your building to stand out. Are you not getting the foot traffic or attention that you want? If so, painting the building a bold color can help it stand out. This catches the eye of those who are walking, biking or driving by. In turn, this can increase the amount of attention or foot traffic that your commercial building gets. 

When you are ready to have your commercial building painted, a commercial painting service can assist you. Painting a commercial building is different than painting a home. Because of this, you want to look or a painting service who has experience with commercial buildings. Contact services today to begin the process of obtaining estimates and transforming the appearance of your commercial building.