Number 10: Regulatory Concerns
Meeting regulations is one of the most basic reasons for repainting a building.
Number 9: Safety Concerns
Safety concerns are another basic reason for repainting a commercial building. Repainting signs and markings in the parking area keeps traffic flowing smoothly and safely, and helps insure a pleasant shopping experience.
Number 8: Corporate Changes
Taking a business into a new direction may require you to alter the appearance of your facilities. Repainting the interior and exterior of a commercial building is a fast way to reinvent a business and face the challenges of the future.
Number 7: Historical Restoration
Older buildings have a history that may be beneficial to your business. Repainting your building in authentic historical colors may help you integrate your business with a municipal historic district, and may invite a new clientele.
Number 6: Creating an Identity
If you have recently acquired a new commercial building, repainting the structure is the clearest signal that you can send to potential customers that the building is under new management.
Number 5: In Place of Replacement
Compared to replacement of materials, painting your commercial building is very cost effective, and can help you stretch a facility budget to met other challenges and keep your building looking its best for workers and visitors.
Number 4: Faded Glory
You may need to repaint your commercial building when colors start to fade or discolor. Although exterior building paints are crafted for long-life, ultraviolet light breaks down the coating’s structure and causes the color to fade or change over time. Repainting your commercial building gives the structure a facelift and presents a clean and fresh aspect to visitors.
Number 3: Add Value
To prop up the building’s value with minimum expense. In addition to being cheaper than material replacement, repainting a commercial building helps improve the value of your facility.
Number 2: Early Paint Failure
Suffering from paint failure? It is definitely time to repaint your commercial building. Paint failure is the painting industry’s term for cracking, peeling and other issues that arise with coatings. Generally poor surface preparation lies behind most paint failure, although some paint failure is due to using cheap or improperly mixed paints. Using the wrong type of paint for a given surface can also lead to paint failure.
Number One Reason to Repaint Your Commercial Building: Customer Perception
If your visitors and guests are asking about the last time you repainted your commercial building, your facility is overdue for a new paint job. Customers notice the condition of your building first, but are not likely to say anything out loud. If they do say something about the appearance of your building, listen carefully. What they have to say could change your business. Your potential customers may look elsewhere after seeing your dilapidated exterior. Your aesthetic appearance may not necessarily represent your company’s abilities, but that’s how your customers will likely interpret them. Customers do judge a book by it’s cover!