Commercial painting presents an array of challenges that aren’t a factor when painting a private home. At J. Greene Painting we know how to address these challenges with the proper tools and the best techniques.
In the kitchen, if you’re making something larger than usual, it isn’t enough to double a recipe. The same is true of the distinctions between Commercial and Residential Painting. The two share aspects in common, but there are critical differences which require extensive experience to get right.
J. Greene Painting understands that unique materials, large-scale logistics, and precise scheduling are essential to successful Commercial painting jobs. Precision and attention to detail are universal standards regardless of the size of a job.
There aren’t a lot of private homes which utilize metal or concrete as front-facing elements. Fewer still have to allow for full access to an area being painted during business hours. J. Greene Painting works with specialized materials regularly, and respects that your commercial space is a place of business.
In addition to the vast differences in the age of structures, local exteriors endure extremes in the elements. We make sure your home looks its best through the subzero punishment of New England winter through the baking heat of summer. Nowhere is preparation and repair more important than it is on a building’s exterior. That’s why we’re as skilled at power washing and gutter repair as we are at painting exteriors.
New Englanders know it’s not unusual to find a freshly-built home on the same street as one constructed in the 1800s. Exceptional materials are essential for every job, but the wide age range of local homes also needs the steady hand of a knowledgeable and experienced painting contractor for best results. We work with the newest, high-tech drywall all the way down to old school, horsehair plaster. Every residential paint job requires assessment and preparation before we get the final application just right.