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A Guide to Commercial Paint Colors

  • You know what they say about first impressions, right? There’s a reason why so many cliches exist about making them, and those old sayings are true especially when it comes to businesses, healthcare centers, educational facilities, religious buildings, and commercial properties with space to lease.  One way you can instantly make a great first impression? Choosing the right commercial paint colors, for both the exterior and interior of your building. Great paint on the outside brings people in with its…
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    Concrete Flooring for Restaurants

  • While it can be tempting for restaurant owners to choose attractive (maybe even expensive) flooring, there are also health and safety measures to take into consideration. OSHA, the FDA, and even the USDA all have regulations about the type of flooring that’s acceptable for restaurants and commercial kitchens. Because slip-and-fall accidents are especially prevalent in the restaurant industry, floors need to be chosen based on the ability to keep them clean and dry. Surfaces like vinyl and wood are aesthetically…

    Using Commercial Paint to Increase Warehouse Safety

  • Keeping warehouse facilities safe is an ongoing challenge for managers, but few risk mitigation strategies carry the return on investment that safety painting offers. In fact, OSHA has determined that the top warehouse accidents include moving equipment hitting workers, and slip-and-fall incidents.  The right paint not only creates safer pathways, but paint can also increase traction on floors and even improve the psychological well-being of employees. Of course, paint won’t prevent all accidents, but it can alert employees to several…

    The Benefits of Working With a Commercial Painter

  • When was the last time you had your commercial building painted? It may not be something you think about putting at the top of your facility maintenance list, but after reading the list of many benefits offered by working with a commercial painter you may want to reconsider. Add Curb Appeal You may not think that the exterior of your building matters much, especially when occupants spend their time inside working to help their business grow. When tenants are looking…

    The Importance of Photoluminescent Paint Markings

  • It doesn’t matter if your facility is commercial, residential, or part of municipal operations, the building needs a way for visitors to safely enter and exit. This is called an egress plan and includes lighting, markings, signage, barriers, and even crosswalks. There’s also an additional, innovative option to consider: photoluminescent paint. More commonly referred to as glow-in-the-dark paint, photoluminescent material is made of phosphors. These are elements straight from the earth and become charged by exposure to the light. As…

    How Paint Can Impact Energy Efficiency

  • As a commercial facility manager, it’s important to take every step you can to increase energy efficiency and reduce the operating costs for your building. While we often think of HVAC and lighting improvements as the big-ticket upgrades, it’s important not to overlook the role of commercial paint. What are “Cool Roofs” and “Cool Walls”? You wouldn’t wear all black in the middle of a sunny and hot summer day, right? It’s commonly known that dark colors absorb heat, while…

    Commercial Painting for School Buildings

  • With many schools in the St. Louis area closed for the foreseeable future, it’s a good idea to take care of maintenance and upkeep that’s been deferred -- including new commercial paint. Without students in the buildings, commercial paint contractors can easily and quickly complete the job, leaving your facility with a fresh, new look. Investing in an interior commercial paint project can give your students and staff something exciting to come back to when they return to school. Not…

    Concrete Flooring Maintenance Tips

  • When it comes to choosing flooring for your commercial facility, few other choices offer the return on investment than concrete. Warehouses, retail stores, storage facilities, municipal buildings: this is just a short list of businesses that should consider concrete because of its many benefits.  Not only is concrete durable, weather-resistant, sustainable, and cost-effective, it’s also a low maintenance flooring. While it doesn’t take much to keep your floors looking like new, it does require regular TLC by both your facility…

    Preparing Your Vacant Commercial Building

  • Commercial buildings that have been left vacant or largely unused for extended periods of time present a maintenance challenge in order to get them ready for occupancy again. Whether it’s a newly acquired property or one that’s undergoing a transition or rezoning, there are some important steps that need to be taken to keep the building safe and healthy for everyone.  Perform an Inspection From the outside in, perform a thorough inspection of the property. Windows and doors need to…

    A Guide to Concrete Flooring

  • Do you own or manage a commercial building? Is it a large office building with garage space? What about a big-box retail store? It could even be a storage facility that sees plenty of foot traffic. Regardless of the size of your commercial building or what you use it for, there is no shortage of options when it comes to flooring -- but concrete may be your best bet. The Benefits of Concrete Maintenance: Above all, one of the biggest…

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