Commercial painting can be quite the task. Many aspects are involved when it comes to commercial painting. These aspects can include but are not limited to; color choices, warranties, product selection, repairs and maintenance, quality of work to be done, restoration work to be done prior, processes used for painting, organizing timelines with multiple tenants, associations, co-ops or board members for decisions, timeline establishment, product costs vs quality, long term longevity of products, paint types sheens and textures, etc.
Making sure a commercial job is done correctly is something worth looking into when attempting a project. Anybody can come and just throw paint on a wall but will that have a lasting application is the question to ask. Following a proper painting process is very important when it come to commercial painting projects. Many times, following a proper process can include a warranty for your painting product and / or labor used in the process. These steps can be an import aspect to include in a commercial process because of the time, labor, amount of product used and coordination needed to accomplish many commercial painting projects.
If you are interested in completing a commercial painting project and obtaining a warranty you can reach out to Renovate It Right, Inc. at Info@RenovateItRight.com or call / text at 954-546-1404 for quality work done along with a warranty process. Renovate It Right, Inc. works in conjunction with Sherwin Williams paint and coating manufacturing company to warranty and guarantee proper processes are used for quality commercial paint applications for lasting results.
Quality vs Price on a commercial painting project is something to consider and communicate when dealing with a many board members to make a decision. Many times, underlying restoration work will need to be completed prior to a final top coat paint is applied. Having a warranty in place and paying a little more to have a commercial building completed correctly is worth it in the long run. If a warranty is in place for a decade for example, it can save money if any issues related to product or labor arise in the future years. Sometimes board members may be looking at the bottom dollar in the first place but fail to at what kind of warranty, painting process and/or paint quality is actually being used. Using superior paints can last longest, serve different purposes and keep maintenance down over the course of time. Using the proper warrantied process can also help a top coat last a long time and in many case even outlive a warranty. However, cutting corners on a commercial painting project can many time cost way more money that anticipated simply by having to redo any part of the process because of any of the mentioned factors not being completed correctly in the first place. When a commercial building needs paint or has to redo a section, many time the square footage is what will really start to add up in cost because of paint volume needed and the labor it will take. using lesser quality paints multiple time will quite often become way more expensive that using a quality process, warranteed or not, quality paints, the correct types of paints for a building and doing it correctly the first time rather than repairing and repainting it with low quality multiple time.