There are various types of painting services to meet unique wants and needs, but what in particular can you expect from your commercial painting contractor?
First, it’s important to understand the difference between residential and commercial painting.
Residential painting is just as it sounds—home painting services for both the interior and exterior. Residential painting projects require fewer painters and supplies and less time compared to commercial projects.
Commercial painting involves larger scale projects like schools, hospitals, apartment buildings, and more. Commercial painting requires more people, equipment, and time to get the project done. These projects are more complex and require a lot of planning and coordinating to execute well.
Something else to consider is the types of paint used. Commercial painters generally have a wider range of experience dealing with different paints and materials. Your local commercial painting contractor likely offers a variety of other services as well, like industrial painting and coating, epoxy coatings, waterproofing, sandblasting, and more.
Commercial painting contractors also use a variety of specialty equipment like sandblasters, paint sprayers, scaffolding, aerial lifts, and pressure washers—just to name a few.
For these reasons, and many others, it’s crucial to find a commercial painting contractor you can trust for your project. Many painting contractors only offer one type of service—either residential or commercial. Some, like M.S. Services, offer both and have all the tools, equipment, and employees needed to take on all that comes with a commercial painting project.
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M.S. Services can take care of your project, large or small.
We have the staff, equipment, and expertise to carry out even the most extensive commercial painting projects.