Once you’ve set your budget and hired a commercial painter for your business, you may wonder what comes next. Following are some important steps to take when you’re getting ready to have a painting contractor refresh your building’s interior.
Choose The Best Paint Type and Color
Depending on the nature of your business, you may have several options regarding the type of paint you choose for the walls. Healthcare facilities in particular may find antimicrobial formulas useful. Commercial interiors are often neutral in color, although that doesn’t work for every business’s branding. Many painting contractors offer guidance to their customers.
Move Furniture As Needed
Your painting contractor isn’t likely to move filing cabinets, shelves, desks or other furniture before painting, so you’ll need to take care of this before they arrive. Do a walk-through of your facility to make sure artwork, clocks and plaques are taken down and the walls are totally accessible to allow your painting contractor to work with maximum efficiency.
Let your team know that a painting contractor will have access to the building and why. It gives employees the opportunity to help prepare the office for painting by packing wall hangings and clearing off flat surfaces. It also alerts your staff that although they may not recognize these workers, they have your permission to be working in the building.
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