Commercial painters in Hayward are all too aware that every project has its unique challenges. Planning alone for a commercial painting job is challenging on its own. So, if you are planning for a commercial paint job soon, whether interior or exterior, the earlier and better you plan for the logistics for the project, the smoother the project it will become.
Begin by working with the occupants
Everyone loves a freshly painted space. Who doesn’t? But if it causes inconveniences during their busiest hours, they may be anything but happy with the results. To avoid this from happening, start by talking to the tenants about the upcoming events. If it’s a retail location, there might be a big sale or a trade fair in the offing. If it’s an office building, ask the tenants whether have any special purposes in the coming weeks or months.
Asking the occupants and getting their consensus first allows you to better plan for a time that will cause them the least number of inconveniences.
Set a schedule during off-hours
Whether you are planning to paint the interiors, the exteriors, or both, scheduling the paint job after office hours, on weekends, and on holidays will cause the least disturbance to the tenants of the commercial space. In this way, it will enable you to finish the job smoother. And most of all, informing the tenants of the process along the way will make them understand that what they’re doing is for their own benefit, as well.
Go for neutral colors
Usually, commercial spaces go for neutrals, such as whites, beige, browns, and grays. As the tenants select their furnishings based on the surrounding color combinations, it is best to go with the neutral color palette. It doesn’t mean that you cannot go two or three shades lighter or darker, which can make the overall look of the building more modern. Still, commercial establishments are usually painted to blend in with their surroundings rather than make a bold statement.
It is best to talk with the owner or the tenants of the building who might have a special color palette request. But in most cases, neutrals are the best and safe option and will stand the test of time.
If you need a commercial painters in Hayward to make your commercial space look brand new, Custom Painting, Inc. can help you make it a reality! Custom Painting, Inc. is a licensed and fully insured company that has been providing residential and commercial painting in the Bay Area and East Bay since 1982. We also do other work such as crown molding and popcorn ceiling removal (for older buildings). Find out why most clients love our work by giving us a call! We will be happy to provide you a free estimate.