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Five Commercial Paint Projects to Revamp Your Property

Rachel Williams - Monday, December 02, 2013

With Thanksgiving come and gone and Christmas well on its way, there’s no better time than the present to start on those seasonal projects. What’s on your list this season? If you’re like us, thinking small is key to getting anything done this season.


Even the biggest painting jobs in San Diego can be broken up into smaller, more manageable steps. All it takes is a little planning! (Thankfully for you, we have put together a list of five small projects to fill your time and get you started this season!)


What five San Diego painting projects should top your list this season? Check them out below:


#1: Bollards


Bollards are designed to control and direct road traffic. This makes them an important safety feature of any property and an essential object to keep painted with bright, noticeable colors.


The best part is, unlike other structures in your HOA or commercial property, bollards are relatively simple to get repainted and won’t break your budget this holiday season.


#2: Monarch Signs


Much like a company website acts as the official online face of a business, monarch signs are often the first impression most customers and tenants will receive of your property. How does your monarch sign represent you? If you aren’t sure, take a walk outside and reexamine the wood, stucco and paint that pull your monarch sign together.


If what you find is rotting wood or faded paint, it might just be time to call a San Diego painting contractor like Brad Stoner Painting and revamp your monarch sign.


#3: Parking Lot Striping


When it comes to commercial painting, the dividing lines outlining handicapped parking spots and more are often overlooked. This season, start small by repainting those stripes out front and give your property a fresh, new look without breaking the budget.


#4: Hand Rails




Much like the bollards lining your parking lot, hand rails are a key safety feature for most stairways and exterior ramps. Keeping your hand rails looking fresh and bright with a new coat of paint not only enhances the appearance of your property, but also helps to prevent the metal or wood underneath from rotting away.


#5: Exterior Trim


What’s our fifth and final tip to help keep your commercial property looking fresh this season? Like any good exterior house painters, we can’t help but mention exterior trim. If you don’t have the time or the money for a full San Diego exterior paint job, start small this season by refreshing your trim.


Repainting the trim on any building, whether commercial or residential, is a great way to add fresh color and prevent weather damage.


Don’t let the holiday hustle and bustle ruin your repainting plans. Call Brad Stoner Painting today and let our commercial painters help you check off that holiday to-do list!




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