The New Year is here, and it’s a perfect time to reflect on your business and what can be improved upon.
If you own a commercial building, you know the importance of curb appeal. A commercial building that looks run down or worn can make potential customers think your business is not well-maintained.
If you’ve ever had to pump gas in the rain, you have surely appreciated the benefits of a gas station canopy.
If you have a commercial building, chances are you will find yourself needing the services of a commercial painter. When that time comes, it is important to ensure you are hiring an experienced and reputable contractor.
We know that choosing the right commercial painting contractor can be a difficult decision, and one you want to get right, especially considering the direct impact your facilities have on your company’s image. So, what should you be looking for? What questions should you ask? Let's explore this topic in detail.
When painting the walls and ceilings of your commercial property, you must first understand the best solution regarding sheens. To be able to define the difference between paint sheens, you will need to understand how they differ in terms of appearance, performance, and durability.
Water intrusion can cause several problems for commercial buildings, including paint deterioration, damage to structural components, and can lead to the growth of dangerous mold.
A lone flower in a field of grass, a cardinal in a snowstorm, and a neon sign in a darkened window all share a common feature: they attract attention by standing out from their surroundings.
Any project, big or small, requires four basic aspects: planning, organizing, controlling, and evaluating.
Exterior finishes come in a variety of options, including siding, stucco, and metal paneling, and while each of these have their pros and cons, few can match the durability of brick.
The most commonly observed defect is efflorescence, which is a powdery deposit, often white in color, that forms on the surface of brick, plaster, and other concrete-type structures.
There is no doubt that color effects our lives on a daily basis but have you ever wondered how it effects your restaurant sales?
The painting industry is certainly in the middle of a perfect storm. In 2020 there were months of limited production due to the Covid shutdowns.
Many National retailers have hundreds or even thousands of locations. Having this many units requires daily coordination and communication.
When it comes to either performing a refresh or a full re-imaging of a convenience store, there are many differences from a typical retail or restaurant project.
Visibility of your business is very important. You could potentially be missing the opportunity for new patrons because the curb appeal just isn’t what it used to be.