Schools are public icons – visible monuments to the investment a community makes in its future. If you’re a school facility manager, you get it. Great grounds, a crisply painted exterior, and hallways and classrooms that feel fresh and clean are a standard that you will battle to uphold through time, wear and the grime of a couple hundred bodies shuffling through the space nine months out of the year. Did you also know however, that selecting both the right kind of paint and the right caliber of school painting contractor can make a big difference to the cleanability and durability of your surfaces?
When choosing a school painting contractor, timing is of the essence. It’s a serious undertaking, removing furniture and artwork from walls, closing off classrooms or common areas to traffic while painters prep and paint walls, then waiting a bit longer for surfaces to dry and cure can be a significant disruption to your facility’s schedule.
The bells rings, and they’re off: a thousand bodies crush into hallways and common spaces, bumping walls, scraping with fingers, rubbing against every surface as they hustle from one room to the next. In the gym, basketballs pound walls and tennis shoes scuff baseboards every single period.
Being a professional painting company, we know just how many types of paint there are. There are 2 main types, 5 different sheens, primer, and countless brands.
There are over 300,000 painting businesses in the US adding significant benefits to the economy. Painting your home or office does more than make it look great. It also protects your walls from mildew, mold, and rot.
Choosing paint for your home is easy. Pick your favorite colors and tones, and turn your house into a sanctuary. If you want a red wall in your living room with gold trim, have at it.
Concrete and cement floors are some of the best flooring ideas for commercial buildings. These floors are versatile and durable. Despite these qualities, your floor will not remain pristine forever. Regular maintenance and care are still paramount.
The floor size of commercial buildings constructed increased from 16,300 square feet in the 1990s to 19,000 square feet in the 2000s. The cost of maintenance when considering such expansive premises is high. Mostly, the temptation to overlook certain maintenance costs such as painting and coating is common.
Most every business owner considers what attracts their customers to enter their store or visit their strip mall and how they can best influence this. They debate on and test out sales posters or vinyl in the window, the design of the store name and logo and whether or not it is any more than that. To many business or strip mall owners, it is not necessarily a surprise that a well-maintained façade of a commercial or retail space can attract more business than a neglected one, but often this very important aspect of a business is overlooked or not considered in the budget on an annual basis.
Preventative commercial roofing maintenance is like exercise and eating right. Everyone agrees they should do it, but not everyone does. Yet preventative roof maintenance is very important, especially when compared against total replacement costs and the costs of lost business or inventory. Roofing systems are expensive, so it makes sense to maintain it periodically and proactively to maximize your investment.