Last updated 15 days ago
One credo that many business owners live by is, “If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.” If business is good, employees are happy, and clients are pleased, you might be hesitant to make changes. However, some changes can do a lot more good than harm—painting your business’s exterior, for example. Here are a few signs that it’s time to repaint your business:
The Paint Is in Poor Shape
Most people will only see the outside of your business as they drive or walk by. If you want to convert these passersby into paying customers, you need to give them a reason to come inside. Peeling, cracking, or fading paint is not good for your business, and is unlikely to attract new customers. Adding a fresh coat of paint can drastically improve your image, and ultimately, your customer base.
The Color No Longer Represents Your Business
Many businesses occasionally rebrand themselves in order to attract customers and boost profits. If you’ve recently made drastic changes to your business, you should consider changing the color of your business exterior as well. Finding a fresh new color for your building is a big part of starting over, and can help you and your employees look to the future.
The Exterior Shows Signs of Wood Rot
Paint doesn’t just look good—it can also help protect the exterior of your building. If you notice any soft spots in your building’s exterior, the wood beneath your paint is likely rotting. To address the problem, you’ll need to replace the wood and put on a fresh coat of paint. You may also need to have a professional check your gutters to prevent excess moisture from causing further damage.
Call John Byrne Painting at (484) 801-0105 to get started on your exterior painting project. Our painters have the tools, experience, and knowledge necessary to make your business exterior beautiful. Visit our website to learn more about our Main Line, PA painting services.
Last updated 21 days ago
If you run a business, you’re probably used to thinking about several things at once. These might include hiring and firing decisions, possibilities for expansion, and how to handle clients’ demands; the paint color in your reception area is probably not very high on your priority list.
Since your reception area is one of the first parts of your business that guests see, it can deeply influence their first impressions. When selecting a paint color, you should decide how you want your clients to perceive your business. If you want to appear professional in the traditional sense, you might consider beige, cream, or other colors often associated with sophistication. If you want to emphasize your company’s avant-garde attitude, consider a brighter, bolder color. The important thing is to make your clients feel welcome when they show up for appointments.
Once you decide on a paint color for your reception area, let the team at John Byrne Painting apply it for you. We have over 30 years of experience painting commercial properties throughout the Philadelphia area. Call (484) 801-0105 if you have any questions.
Last updated 29 days ago
For businesses, deciding to paint a space can be a big deal. Not only does the paint color affect how your clients perceive your business, but the paint job itself can interfere with your normal operations. For the sake of your business’s image and profits, you should hire John Byrne Painting for your next painting project. Here are a few of the benefits of our commercial paint service:
Cost Effective Services
Our painters have completed hundreds of commercial painting projects, and know how to tackle virtually any surface. After evaluating the scope of your project, our painters will plot out how best to complete it. We’ll decide how many painters are necessary for the job, which tools are important, and give you an accurate time and cost estimate. From start to finish, we’ll make sure that the project is efficient and cost effective.
We know how important your business hours are to your company—that’s why our painters are willing to work around your schedule. We’ll even work at night to make sure we stay out of your customers’ way. After we’re done for the day, we’ll stow our gear so it doesn’t interfere with your business’s regular operations.
Oh course, speed and convenience aren’t the only important aspects of a successful paint job—the finished project has to look good, too. Over three decades, we’ve developed sophisticated techniques to make surfaces look as good as possible. We also use the latest equipment to ensure that our clients’ paint jobs last for years to come. To save yourself the hassle and risk of painting your business’s surfaces yourself, rely on the experts of John Byrne Painting.
As a business owner, you know the difference between amateur and professional work. If you’re ready to upgrade your business’s appearance, call John Byrne Painting at (484) 801-0105. We provide Philadelphia-area businesses with power washing, drywall repairs, wallpaper removal, and numerous other services.
Last updated 1 month ago
To be productive at home or at the office, you need a space that is conducive to work. Your space should be not only practical, but elegant enough for you to want to work in it.
In this video, an interior decorator discusses a few office color trends for 2013. She says that the coastal look is in, complete with pure whites, light greens, and light blues. However, she also places an emphasis on subtlety—instead of over-the-top coastal accessories, she recommends small accents strewn throughout the room.
If your office could use a color upgrade, call John Byrne Painting at (484) 801-0105. We provide top-quality commercial painting services throughout the Main Line, PA. Visit our website to find out more about how our painting company can benefit your business.
Last updated 1 month ago
Color has more power than people realize. For example, the colors you choose for your office interior can affect your workers’ productivity and what your clients think of your business. Instead of selecting a color at random, you should carefully consider how you want the colors in your space to reflect your business. Here are a few tips to get you started:
Consider Your Brand
It’s always a good idea to have an interior that is consistent with your brand, or the way you want the public to perceive your business. If there are certain colors that your employees and clients have come to associate with your business, consider using those colors.
Express Your Values
Color can evoke all kinds of emotions in people. To further influence how others see your business, carefully consider which values represent your business. If your business prides itself on being environmentally friendly, you might choose greens, blues, browns, and other colors that make people think of the Earth.
Determine Each Room’s Function
Your office space likely has several areas that serve different purposes, including a lobby, main work area, break room, and meeting room. The reception area, for example, should be welcoming to clients and potential business partners; consider using warm but subtle colors such as peach, salmon, or a soft yellow.
Too much of one color can make your space appear rather boring. Instead of giving your entire work space a uniform color scheme, consider adding a few accents of different colors. If your walls are a muted color, for instance, you might make the space more interesting by adding a few brightly colored pieces of furniture or artwork.
Once you decide on which colors to incorporate in your office space, call John Byrne Painting at (484) 801-0105. We’re one of the finest commercial painting contractors in the Philadelphia area. Visit our website to get a better idea of our painting services, which include interior, exterior, and industrial painting.