Commercial interior painting for warehouse building
Just because it’s a warehouse doesn’t mean the interiors can’t look clean and inviting. That’s the directive Painters Inc. received from a Bensenville warehouse owner who needed repainting services. The 7,000-square-foot facility included challenges, like cleaning grease spots on the floor and walls.
Given Painters Inc. experience with cleaning surfaces before applying fresh coats of paint, we were able to remediate grease spots in several areas, which was imperative if we were going to make good on our promise to provide a “fresh look” to the warehouse interiors. The large project, which required seven days of work, included painting oversized doors, walls, floors and doors.
Warehouse interiors often require a vast knowledge of painting materials to provide the proper aesthetic and durability. We chose Sherwin Williams Macropoxy 646 Fast Cure Epoxy, SW Industrial Enamel, SW Concrete Sealer, SW Oil Primer and SW Promar 200, all of which were perfect choices for a job like this.
Warehouse & factory painting contractor in Bensenville
Time is often of the essence in painting commercial buildings, including warehouse interiors, as organizations rely on these spaces to keep the business operational.
Working with the warehouse owner, we communicated regularly, did a lot of preplanning and chose the right times for our team to get in and do their work with as little disruption as possible to the client.
"I have worked with Painters Inc on a number of projects at my Glencoe home, both inside and out. The quality has been excellent at a fair price. Supervision was top notch, no request was left unanswered and the owner was always accessable. I intent to use them again on new projects."
"Thank you very much for another job well done. The quoting process was honest, fair, and straight forward. The beautiful project was completed on schedule as promised. I especially appreciate the workmanship from all the Painters Inc crew members. I highly recommend Painters Inc to everyone."