Since painting the town red isn’t a real option in these Covid times, painting the four walls of your office space might be a better alternative. The Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in businesses either closing or becoming home-based. The empty office creates a perfect reason for a fresh coat of paint. Disruptions will be minimised, and the speed of the painting job can be increased.
If you’re a business owner, the general morale of your employees should be paramount. They’ll experience a more uplifting work environment if the correct colour has been chosen. This will depend on the type of business. Should the colour pallet selected calm or energize the employees?
The image of your business will also have a makeover. The appearance and aesthetics of an office convey an immediate message to your customers. Your use of specific colours can help to uplift your particular brand. Linking the company logo with the chosen colours for the office is always a smart move. If you invest in your office with enough TLC, the overall property value of the establishment will increase.
When you’ve decided that painting is at the top of your to-do list, hiring the right painting contractor is your next step. Cost and quality are two of the most essential aspects in your search to find the perfect painter.
Research your potential contractors. Find out their reputation by checking reviews online and always ask for references from other clients. Be mindful of the prospective painting company’s communication style. How quickly did they respond to your call or email? If their reply took more than a day, I would probably look elsewhere as this can indicate how they’ll communicate with you during the painting project. Take note of their general demeanour. Do they appear professional?
A company’s experience can also be a deciding factor. When was the company established? Are their employees fully trained? Find out how the company is managed. Do they make use of subcontractors, or does their team complete all the work? Ask for a detailed account of all the services that they include. For example, do they provide their own protective coverings for flooring, etc.? Do they clean up after each day of work?
For most people, the cost of the painting project will be of paramount importance. Find out if they offer free estimates. Not all companies offer this free of charge. Ensure that additional charges such as labour costs and materials are also included in the quotation. Some painting contractors are quite specific about which brands of interior and exterior paint to use. Ensure that high-quality paint is always used. It’s also important to note that the lowest price isn’t always the best option.
Before accepting any painting contracts, check that the company is licensed and insured. You don’t want to be liable for any damages or injury occurring in your office. Find out if the company offers design consultations to assist with choosing the right colour. This might affect your final decision.
Finding the time to repaint your office isn’t always easy. Don’t paint yourself into a corner with a poor company image. Hire a professional painter with a stellar reputation in the commercial interior painting business to give your office walls a clean and fresh lick of paint. This might be the (brush) stroke of luck your business might need.
Grand Painting Sydney are the best local interior commercial painters that suitable for your office. Call 1300 272 468