If you operate your business from commercial premises, you'll understand that keeping up with interior decoration is important. The way your building looks is a representation of your business. When it comes to Commercial Painting indoors, there are many mistakes you can make that will lead to an unprofessional look. 

Here are some things you should avoid when painting the interior of a commercial property.

Asking Employees to PaintCommercial Painting interior being painted by employee

As a business, the more money saved, the better. However, there are some things you should refrain from scrimping on. Asking your employees to give up their time to paint may seem like a good idea, but it can lead to a poor finish. 

You must hire professional Commercial Painting painters to do the job so you aren't left with paying more money to correct mistakes. We have experience painting commercial spaces like offices, restaurants, and more at Aloft Group. We aim to deliver the highest quality and leave your property looking imperfection-free.

Hiring Uninsured Contractors

You will only have to make a few calls before someone you know offers to put you in contact with a contractor who provides Commercial Painting for a low price. These low prices are a good indication of the quality of work you'll receive. When it comes to your business, hiring someone you can rely on is vital.

Additionally, these contractors only sometimes have insurance. If the contractor was to have an accident on your property without liability insurance coverage, you could be liable. 

Poor Quality Products

Poor-quality products will not stand the test of time. If poor-quality paint is used for your Commercial Painting project, you may notice flaking or discoloration on your walls. The same can be said for the equipment used for painting. 

If you hire a contractor who doesn't use the right equipment to paint your walls, you may pay to fix any flaws. Hiring a professional painter means having peace of mind about the quality of products and equipment used.

Lack of Protection 

Whether Commercial Painting indoors or outdoors, it's essential to have proper protection. For instance, if you're using a spray painter, the overspray can damage everything in its path. The overspray is the paint that doesn't find its target and enters the air instead. 

A Commercial Painting professional will be equipped with protective gear that ensures your property stays in perfect condition. Spray painting is often the quickest way to paint commercial properties, but you want to ensure the mess is manageable. 

Delayed Jobs

When you hire a Commercial Painting contractor, you want the job done quickly and professionally. Hiring a cheap contractor makes the job more likely to take longer. This could be because a contractor is trying to do too many jobs simultaneously and bouncing from one to the other.

It could also be because the contractor has to correct too many mistakes. The longer the job takes, the more money your business will lose. When you hire Commercial Painting professionals, you can rely on returning to being productive as quickly as possible.

Why Commercial Painting Matters

Much like your brand, your building will do the talking for you. For example, if a customer is dining at your restaurant and notices paint peeling from theCommercial Painting Interior of office in Burlington walls, they may question the restaurant's cleanliness and the food's quality. How your building looks directly affects how your customers feel about your products and services.

Over time, the paint on your walls will inevitably chip, stain, or flake. The sooner you freshen up the paint, the less likely these minor problems will become significant. A professional painter can take these worries away with simple and effective solutions.

When your building looks good, it sends a message to your customers that your business is trustworthy. A fresh paint job is also better for your employees as it creates an environment where they are more likely to be productive.

When Should You Paint Your Commercial Property

It can help to have your commercial property painted annually. However, some signs will tell you it's time to contact a professional painter.

  • Flaking
  • Fading
  • Peeling
  • Rusting 
  • Cracking


If you have noticed any of these signs, we can help. At Aloft Group, we pride ourselves on delivering a service that's second to none. Please contact us today, and we can give you a free quote.

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