Our commercial painters services can improve the aesthetics of your property asset and help safeguard your organisation’s value.
At ProjectPlus, we don't just paint it.
Commercial Painting is far more than just getting the colour right. From conception through to completion, our commercial paint professionals have your project covered.
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You care about your business or commercial property, and one of your top priorities will be keeping it in the finest possible shape at all times. Painting is without a doubt one of the most important investments you will make in your commercial building. Nobody wants to hire a painter who will perform a poor job. If you want to have any section of your commercial property painted, you'll need to find a business painting contractor you can rely on to provide excellent service from beginning to end. You have every right to expect outcomes that you'll be happy to display.
Clear defined goals
Choose the quote that includes every single detail of the job to be done. This includes what will be painted, how the surfaces will be prepared, and the types of supplies that will be used and how they will be applied.
Project Plus not only has all the qualifications for any commercial painting project, they also place a full guarantee on all works carried out. The peace of mind in knowing that your painting service stand by everything they have created for you is paramount when choosing your supplier.
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Comunicate with our team leaders and stay up to date with your project schedule and ongoing requirements. You'll never be left in the dark with our onsite reports and client updates.
Job status reporting is an essential service to every client and we take each project as a personal assignment.
What our clients say...
"It not only provided a much fresher look for the building but it was also a pleasure working with the ProjectPlus team. The level of communication was brilliant."
Senior Strata & Community Manager
Beaumont Strata Management
"The painters who did all the painting at Bushell & Johnston were a pleasure to have here. They were all very considerate of the residents, extremely friendly and did a magnificent job. I would recommend them."
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Your Commercial Painting Questions Answered
What do commercial painters do?
Painters, Industrial Painters, and Wallcoverers must first prepare the surface for the application of the finishes. Wash, scrape, wire brush, or sand the surface, and remove old paint with chemicals, electric scrapers, sandblasters, or blow torches in some circumstances. The applicator's role is to sand any irregularities, patch cracks and holes, and clean up any excess dirt and grease.
The Industrial Painter's job is to remove prior coatings, prepare substrates and surfaces for the application of coatings, and apply such coatings on industrial structures as needed. Industrial painters must have an interprovincial trade qualification seal or a provincial trade qualification certificate, as well as any applicable apprenticeship credentials.
How long does commercial painting take?
When thousands of dollars are invested in a project, it's reasonable to wonder how long it will take to paint it, but there are a number of elements to consider, including the type of surface to be painted, access issues, and paint quality.
Any project should be power cleaned before being painted. To prepare for the application of paint, caulking, scraping, sanding, and prepping and mending of fascia boards should be done. It takes time to do all of this.
The paintwork will take longer if the painting contractor takes additional time to scrape, sand, fill, prime, and fix as needed. Some minor jobs will take only a month to complete, but very major remedial work can take months to complete.
How much do commercial painters charge?
What does it cost to hire a commercial painter? If you own a commercial property, paint is a cost-effective approach to update the look of your establishment. It's simple, yet it's effective. The majority of commercial properties are quite huge. This means that painting it on your own will be impossible.
That is why you should seek the help of a competent commercial painting business. The cost of painting a business building is determined by a number of factors. Its size, labour expenses, material costs, and other factors are all considered.
What can commercial painters do for me?
When it comes to interior work, commercial painters have the knowledge and aptitude to stay up with developments in safety features. Commercial painters use the right tools and information to bring all of the necessary equipment to a job site and create a safe working environment.
Commercial painters have their own insurance for their employees and the job site, so if someone is hurt on the job or your building is damaged, the medical bills and repairs will be covered.
Many building owners value this feature since it relieves them of accountability throughout the renovation.
What is a commercial painter?
Established commercial painting contractors will have a wealth of experience and long-standing contacts with a variety of vendors.
You'll get the best outcome for the best price this way. They'll be able to provide in-depth discussions on specific products and services while taking into account your facility's architectural style, surroundings, and usage. They'll also deliver a higher-quality, longer-lasting finished product.
Why should I employ a commercial painting company?
A commercial painter, as opposed to a residential painter, has more expertise working with business clients. They usually work for a contractor and are in charge of painting vast expanses of buildings as well as working with various surfaces and materials.
A commercial painter's primary responsibilities are similar to those of a residential painter but on a larger scale. You'll largely be sandblasting, applying paint, and adding detail to huge surfaces, but you might also be requested to do epoxy floor coating and power washing. A commercial painter must be able to fulfil a client's time-sensitive needs by working outside of office hours, in addition to painting skills.
When is the best time to have commercial painting carried out?
You should try to schedule a period when the weather is nice and dry. It's also a good idea to check the weather forecast for the days leading up to and following your painting day.
If it rains before you paint, your substrate may need to dry for a few days before you can paint. The same is true after the application: you want to be sure it won't rain the next day while your paint is curing. Spring and summer will be the warmest months but do often bring more rainfall. Winter, Autumn will be cooler but with less rain.
Will a commercial painting project be guaranteed?
As with all Projectplus commercial painting works, we give a guarantee to all our clients on the painting carried out. This guarantee will vary in the scope of the work carried out. If we are starting a repainting job from scratch with full repaint guidelines and procedures, your warranty will be longer. If we were to just patch up for cost reasons this warranty would not be the same time period, obviuosly.
Can I receive a quote for my commercial painting needs?
Are all commercial painters tradesmen qualified?
Our team of painting professionals are all fully qualified tradesmen and tradeswomen. You should not take the risk of employing any company that does not have fully qualified people in their profession.