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Most Important Elements to Consider When Having Your Business Painted

Posted on Oct 15, 2019 9:00:00 AM by Eric Dokey

Most Important Elements to Consider When Having Your Business Painted | D&D Painting

Every decision you make about your business can have an impact on your customers and ultimately your bottom line. If you have noticed that the paint job of your building is showing signs of wear you may be concerned that it will negatively impact how people view your business. The public image of your business has the potential to influence the decisions of current and potential customers. You can eliminate the potentially negative impact of a damaged or dated paint job by having your property painted by a professional. If you are considering this option, there are a couple of important elements you need to consider before you have someone come in and paint.

Which painting contractor you choose

One of the most important elements to consider when having your business painted is which contractor you are going to use. The experience level of the contractor you use can have a big impact on the way your project unfolds. If you go with a painting contractor who has worked on commercial projects before you will get the benefit of their experience. Commercial projects can be very different than residential projects so it is important to go with someone who has experience painting business properties similar to yours. As you look at contractor options be sure and ask about their license status. A licensed painting contractor is the only way to go if you want to protect yourself and your business from the dangers of a low-quality contractor and poor final results.

The impact of the project on your customers

If you can have the painting contractor paint outside of your normal business hours that would be ideal. In that situation, you will not have to worry about how the presence of painters will impact your customers. However, if the painting must be done when customers and/or employees are present you need to consider what type of impact that will have. Will it make it more difficult for customers to find what they need? Will employees be distracted by the presence of painters? These are valid questions because you do not want to lose customers permanently because of a temporary task like painting. Talk to your painting contractor about their experience working on jobs where customers are present. You can find out if they have experience with that task and learn about ways to make the entire process go as smoothly as possible.

Having your place of business painted can make a big difference in how it looks to current and potential customers. You can get high-quality results and minimal disruption to your customers if you carefully consider your painting contractor options. If you are looking for a high-quality painting contractor with commercial experience, get in touch with D&D Painting today.

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