Commercial Painting: What You Need to Know

For business owners large and small, the importance of a quality commercial painter simply can’t be overstated. A quality paint job from a highly skilled painting company can do wonders for the longevity of your business image and brand. Whether it’s the exterior painting or interior painting, every time a customer approaches your business, the paint job speaks volumes– even if you don’t realize it.

Where other painting companies may just do a job, at Wright Paint, we specialize in commercial painting that makes a statement. We work with premium paint brands and colors, employ knowledgeable, bonded and insured painting professionals that are passionate about the work they do, and complete jobs on time and on budget, every time. Our goal is to make the paint work on your industrial structure stand out and complement your brand. And with more than twenty years of setting painting industry standards in Greensboro, we’d say we’re pretty good at accomplishing that goal.

What is commercial painting?

Commercial or industrial painting is different than other forms of painting in that it often involves a larger body of work. Commercial painting contractors typically employ larger, more robust equipment meant for industrial use, and many commercial painting services will use a team of skilled professional painters to get large commercial jobs done quickly and effectively. Other tools and equipment like harnesses and additional safety gear often come standard with industrial painting jobs. This applies to both interior and exterior painting. Industrial professional painting services also use the highest grade, longest lasting materials and protective coatings.

Perhaps one of the biggest differences between industrial or commercial painting and residential painting is the industrial painter’s capacity to take on a commercial building project that may last weeks, months, or years. Because of the size of most industrial buildings or complexes, commercial painting is usually completed in phases and can take some time to do right. Before any industrial painting job begins, the professional painting contractor and team sit down with the client to map out timelines, any checkpoints, and a plan of action.

What do commercial painters do?

In short, commercial painters prime, prepare, and paint industrial buildings and structures. While the work that an industrial paint contractor performs can vary based on the structures they’re working on, it can include painting the exterior of a corporate headquarters, interior conference rooms, manufacturing plants, sandblasting graffiti and more. Quality commercial painters have a wide array of skills that they use in a number of different situations to make the industrial unit they’re working on look its best.

Along with traditional commercial painting work and restoration services, industrial painters also do ceiling painting, interior and exterior trim painting, drywall repair, parking lot striping, sanding, coating and sealing. 

When it comes to finding a local commercial painting company for your property, it pays to invest in a company with the skill set, experience, longevity and know-how to take your business property to the next level. Your commercial painting contractor should be highly skilled and more than capable of delivering a quality job on time, and on budget. 

At Wright Paint, we’re a commercial painting company that takes professional painting to the next level– and we stand by the work that we do. Trust us when you need commercial paint services that won’t disappoint!

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