Variations in the weather can impact the quality of a paint job, particularly the exterior surfaces. Hot summers and cold winters, dry days and wet days, high humidity and low humidity – they all have an impact on painting projects. At Painters Inc., we know the best and worst time to take on a painting job, but we also have the tools and knowledge to get the best results, regardless of the season.
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Stucco is a premium surface that adorns commercial buildings of businesses where the proprietors have distinct tastes. This costly surface also takes a fair amount of upkeep if it’s going to retain its aesthetic value. This includes the occasional repair, such as filling in cracks and chips, as well as commercial stucco painting services. With regular maintenance, stucco will look great for a long time.
There is plenty of value to be found in painting a commercial building, but the most successful painting projects involve plenty of planning for preparing surfaces for painting. Most commercial property owners define success as a project that is finished on time, on budget with outcomes that look professional and last a long time. When you partner with a high-quality, trusted and proven commercial painting contractor, you will have successful outcomes with your project.
You’ve probably heard plenty of horror stories about bad painters and all the things that had to be fixed after they “completed” the job with poor results. A bad paint job is disappointing on a variety of levels.
Warehouse safety floor markings are extremely useful in dividing spaces and offering visual cues for the proper flow of traffic, as well as indicate areas where caution should be a priority. From dots to stripes, lines to shapes, professional floor marketing contractors throughout the U.S. keep risks at a minimum with their safety floor marking services.
When painting contractors seek out quality paint for their jobs, they often choose Benjamin Moore and Sherwin-Williams – two of the best selling brands on the market. Professional painters the world over have used these paints to great success for many years. When it comes to choosing which one is “best” however, that’s almost an impossible distinction to make.
Choosing a painting contractor seems like a daunting task given the sheer number of them in the Chicago area. With a little research and knowing what to look for, the process becomes much less arduous. At Painters Inc., we understand the benefits our clients get when they hire a professional painting contractor. We have been in the industry for a long time, so we’ve compiled information about what to look for in a quality contractor, the questions you need to ask before hiring one, and the importance of checking for qualifications, such as being licensed and insured.
The colors used in condos and apartments say much about the overall residential experience. Besides choosing the right colors, you also need a professional crew to tackle the project on a schedule that meets your needs and at a price that fits your budget. Choosing colors that fit your architectural features and other elements of the property can be a complex project. But from kitchens to bathrooms, living rooms to bedrooms, we’ve got you covered in regard to the latest interior and exterior paint trends.
From interior to exterior paints, few projects are the same, which means there needs to be different paints to handle every type of surface. For example, paint you use for interior jobs have different properties than paint used for exterior work. Of course, there are also the aesthetic preferences that differ between industries, property types and personal style, which is why paint manufacturers dream up every possible color under the sun.
With wallpaper once again enjoying some time in the limelight, more and more questions come our way at Painters Inc. about paint vs. wallpaper – which one is better? We know how different one customer’s preferences can be compared to the next one, which is why there is no dead set correct answer for the question regarding which one is better, but there are situations where it might be more beneficial to choose paint simply because of environmental factors in a property.