Burlington Office Painting Solutions
Office painting can be used to improve employee morale, to create a bright, cheerful environment, and to ensure that you make the best first impression on clients or customers. However, it can also be very complicated. Our Burlington office painting specialists help ensure that you get the best possible results with none of the snags or hassles.
Getting a Detailed Quote
The first step in the office painting process is to get a detailed quote on your specific needs. Each business is unique, and we will come to your property to conduct a full, professional assessment. We will look at the areas that need to be painted, make recommendations, analyse traffic flow, operating hours, and a great deal more.
During our analysis, we will discuss your paint options. We use no-VOC paints, such as those available from Dulux and Sherwin Williams. These paints are specially formulated so they do not release harmful fumes that may cause breathing difficulties for some of your employees. Of course, they also deliver outstanding performance and durability. They can even be washed and scrubbed once dry, ensuring that you can easily maintain your office environment.
We Work When It’s Best for You
Scheduling office painting in a busy commercial environment can be quite challenging. We do everything in our power to minimise the impact to your business, your employees, and your clients or customers. While we are happy to paint during standard business hours, we can also offer painting during the evenings, on weekends, and on holidays to ensure that you do not suffer from unnecessary downtime.
What Is Usually Painted?
In most instances, office painting for Burlington businesses involves just the walls, door frames, doors, and window frames. Ceilings rarely need to be painted, and many office ceilings are made from removable tiles and T-frames that cannot be painted. However, if you have a solid ceiling, it may need to be painted. We will assess this during our initial quote and advise you appropriately.
What Prep Work Must Be Done?
Office painting does not require a great deal in the way of preparation. You will usually need to create three feet of empty space around the walls to be painted. Personal items, electronics, and sensitive items should be boxed up or removed. We’re also happy to move most office furniture as part of our process, provided the furnishings are not oversized.
Get the Help You Need
If your office needs a breath of fresh air, call Elite Trade Painting today to learn more about your options for office painting here in Burlington.
Lucas White serving Burlington, Bronte, Kerr Village, Shore Acres Burlington Beach, Orchard, Glenn Abbey, Elizabeth Gardens, Oakville, Aldershot, West Oakville, Hamilton, Dundas, Ancaster, Waterdown, Milton