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John Byrne Painting near Philadelphia has more than 30 years of experience in the painting business. We have satisfied thousands of residential, commercial, and industrial customers over the years. They tell us that we are prompt, professional, personable, and clean. To avoid causing damage, we will thoroughly prepare and protect your property before painting any surface. For a better idea of the quality services we offer at John Byrne Painting, watch this clip.
If you have a residential or commercial painting project, let the professionals at John Byrne take care of it for you. With more than 30 years of experience serving our customers in the tri-state area, we are the painting company to call for the job. Check out our website to see a gallery of our past projects, and for more information call us at (484) 801-0105.
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Whether you are planning to put your home on the market in the near future or you simply want to freshen up its looks, repainting is a smart and cost-effective way of improving curb appeal and value. Painting the exterior of your house offers a 90% return on investment, while interior repainting comes with a whopping 148% return on investment. In order to make sure the job is done right, trust the professional painting contractors of John Byrne Painting in the Main Line, Pennsylvania area. Residential and commercial painting is a big job, and it’s best to let the experts handle it. Take a look at this infographic from your tri-state area painting contractors to learn why repainting your home is a solid investment. You’ll also find helpful ideas for what to keep in mind when choosing your paint colors. Please share with your friends and family!
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Calling commercial painters to paint your business’s building is one of the best investments you can make. In addition to improving the brand image of the business, it protects the building from damage. Below, you will find more reasons to paint your commercial building.
Safety and Regulations
Some city, state, or federal regulations require business owners to repaint their property if it does not meet regulations. Painting the signs or markings in the parking area of a commercial building can even have a positive effect on safety by directing traffic more efficiently.
Inspire Your Employees
Paint color has a substantial psychological effect on your employees. For example, blue or green paint can have a calming effect for a high-stress office, while red paint can sharpen the memory and help your employees stay focused on projects that require an attention to detail. Yellow and orange are cheerful paint colors that can make an office happier and more cheerful.
Paint will protect your commercial building and improve its appearance, which of course adds value to the building and the business. Fortunately, paint is a very inexpensive way to improve the value of your building.
Repaint a Dull or Outdated Paint Job
Few things signal “boring” and “old” more than a dull paint job. If the paint on the interior or exterior of your commercial building is outdated or falling apart, refresh your business’s image with a paint job before it leaves a bad impression on customers and employees.
Improve Customer Perception of Your Business
Customers respond to aesthetics, especially when it comes to color and a clean appearance. Repainting your commercial building on a regular basis will ensure that the brand image is attracting customers, rather than scaring them off.
John Byrne Painting of Philadelphia has more than 30 years of experience serving residential and commercial customers in the tri-state area. To see the commercial painting projects we have completed, visit our website. If you have any questions, call us at (484) 801-0105.
Last updated 16 days ago
Over time, water and erosive elements can cause a great deal of damage to your commercial building. Fortunately, the caulking and waterproofing options offered by John Byrne Painting are effective at protecting your commercial building from water damage and erosion. Our caulking and waterproofing services will save you money on building repair expenses and on energy costs, and can even reduce the number of insects that enter your building. We have 30 years of experience applying caulking and waterproofing treatments to industrial and commercial buildings in the tri-state area. Protect your building’s paint and ensure that your business’ appearance looks professional to customers and employees by contacting us today for an estimate.
To learn more about your caulking and waterproofing options with John Byrne Painting of Philadelphia, head to our website. We also offer residential, commercial, and industrial painting services to the tri-state area. Call us at (484) 801-0105 for more information about the benefits of having us apply caulking and waterproofing to your commercial building.
Last updated 29 days ago
Numerous studies have shown dramatic links between paint color and mood. Choosing the right color for your office can improve employee morale and influence workers to be more productive and insightful. At John Byrne Painting, we can help you make the right color choice and complete your office painting project quickly and easily for results you’ll love.
Neutral colors are a traditional and effective choice for office walls. However, some neutral colors are better at improving employee mood than others. Whites, grays, and even cream colors tend to create a stark and unimaginative feel that will affect your employees. If you use these colors, paint an accent wall in a brighter color to lift mood and spark creativity. Walls that are painted dark brown or black can seem to suck the life out of a room, creating tired and listless employees. These colors work best as accents or borders rather than as the main color for your walls.
Reds, Yellows, and Oranges
Shades of red, yellow, and orange are excellent for boosting awareness and activity among your employees. These colors increase heart rate and brain activity, and can energize employees who work at night. However, it’s important not to overuse these colors by making them the main color choice in your office. These hues are best used to highlight a single accent wall rather than on every wall in your space.
Greens and Blues
Greens and blues promote relaxation and concentration among your employees. Soft shades of blues and dark greens, such as olive, are excellent paint choices that can help employees focus on their work. These colors are also easy on the eyes, preventing distraction and eye strain. Avoid using darker or jewel tones when decorating your workplace; these colors are associated with listlessness and sadness.
The experts at John Byrne Painting have over 30 years of experience helping business owners create a positive environment for employees. You can reach us to discuss your next commercial painting project by calling (484) 801-0105 or using our web contact form.