Painting the exterior of your business shouldn’t be viewed as a one-off expenditure. Like a well-serviced car, your commercial premises need regular maintenance to keep everything running smoothly. Shirley Industrial Painters and Decorators outline some of the key benefits of painting your commercial building in their latest article.
Your business’ appearance is the first thing customers will see when visiting your commercial premises so it’s imperative you make a good impression. A worn-looking building can cause distrust in customers and could lead to a loss of business – a fresh lick of paint can help your business say ‘I’m trustworthy’.
Owning a business means you have a brand presence to uphold and certain standards to maintain, including your professional image. Having the exterior of your building painted can help establish your brand and build up your reputation with your customer base.
Believe it or not, saving money can be a benefit of painting your commercial building. Having your business’ exterior repainted on a regular basis can help prevent major deterioration, which means you could avoid spending on a much bigger re-decorating job in the future. The weather can have a big impact on your building, whether it be sun or rain, so make sure your building is always looking its best.
You may work in an industry where having certain parts of your building painted is regulated by industry bodies for health and safety reasons. In these cases, it’s crucial to your business that you comply with these rules to avoid any penalties and show your customers you follow industry rules.
If our benefits of painting your commercial building have resonated with you and you have a building in need of some attention, Shirley Industrial Painters and Decorators are here to help. We cater to all kinds of commercial and industrial properties, such as retail outlets and warehouses. If you’d like more information or want to discuss a project with us, just give us a call on 03333 660 408 or get in touch with us via our contact form.