Painting a factory will require extensive planning, a lot of human resources, and a lot of paint.  In contrast, painting an entire multi-family complex fits the criterion of a commercial painting because of the scale of painting.  Commercial painting is a large-scale project for businesses.  It involves businesses like restaurants, stores, offices, malls, factories, and large residential complexes.  Painting of this scope is mostly functional and less aesthetic.  However, commercial painting projects are designed to be visual to attract potential clients.

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Experienced commercial painters do not compromise on quality.  Most of these painting projects mainly serve only a utilitarian purpose.  Most business owners are look for durable paints that can stand up to high traffic areas.  Also, because commercial painting requires a lot of paint, settling on expensive paints could cost the company a lot.



Most commercial painters strive to adapt to a business’s schedule and can work after regular hours.   Painters who deal with commercial painting projects could cost you anywhere between $4 and $8 per sq. foot for your property’s exterior and $3 to $6 dollars per square foot interior.  Exterior painting slightly higher than internal painting tasks, considering the danger of being exposed to weather elements and heights. Painting your building’s exterior walls is far more dangerous due to heights over two floors.  That’s why painting contractors are required by law to take special safety measures to ensure their well-being while performing their tasks. They may work on a high ladder, an elevated platform, or a scaffold.  Additionally, painters have to deal with nasty weather that jeopardizes their health.  For all these reasons, exterior painting projects are more expensive than interior ones.



Commercial painters can adjust their terms of service and schedule according to the type of services a business provides to their customers.  Commercial painters’ services are more aligned to the needs of business establishments and industrial setups.

  • Power washing
  • Restaurant kitchen and customer seating area
  • Hotel interior and decorative painting
  • HOA painting (specialty services)
  • Interior and exterior building painting
  • Limited masonry repairs
  • Warehouse and industrial plants



Color may seem like a small detail, but it is proven by psychologists and marketing teams as a highly influential part of the buying process.  How you present your business, brand, and products plays a part in driving customers to a business.  Changing the color palette could have a huge effect on your sales and customer satisfaction.  Vivid, eye-catching colors contributes greatly to driving customer behavior to act.

The components of color include the hue, value, and chroma.  The hue of a color is where it fits on the light spectrum between red and violet.  The value is the level of brightness.  Darker colors with blacker tones are known as shades, while lighter ones with more white are known as tints. Chroma is the level of vividness in the color.  High chroma colors look saturated, while low chroma colors look washed out.  The color value and chroma influence human perception more than hue. Saturated colors outperform the low-saturation pastel ones, especially when the goal is to get a customer’s attention and prompt swift action.



As a business owner, you must also think about where your business is located.  Think about the surroundings, the type of neighborhood, and the architecture of the building.  Standing out does not mean being an eyesore for the neighborhood.  To get the best customer results, follow these guidelines when branding your business consider choosing high saturation colors appropriate for the brand and beyond the logo.

A company mission is a goal or philosophy by which your company stands.  If you’re an ethical or green company, that’s part of your mission.  If you are a quick-service company, speed is part of your mission.  Go through your client base.  You can analyze anything from demographics, lifestyle, or personality traits.  Assess customer response to certain color combinations.  Pay attention to the colors successful competitors utilize and try to implement them into your custom style.  Ultimately, the color you choose for your business environment should match your business mission and goals.



Color is an important factor in marketing your business to certain groups of people.  Good use of color will draw in customers from your target market.  The paint colors you choose have an impact on your audience based on their gender, age, and income level.  Besides color, a commercial building that is well maintained will also help attract more customers.

  • Gender: Men and women both respond to yellow and orange; however, more men are attracted to blue.
  • Children: Vibrant colors like yellow, blue, red, and green grab their attention. They are also drawn to solid blocks of colors rather than patterns.
  • Teenagers:This group of customers loves to experiment with different shades of colors and patterns that are more elaborate.
  • Adults: Comfortable and relaxing shades of blue, green, and purple draw adults in. Older women are attracted to colors in the purple family.  Shades include lavender, mauve, and plum shades.


Color Scheme

There are many benefits to having some color instead of plain white everywhere.  The color scheme you choose for your business can have a huge impact on profit, customer conversion rates, and overall success.  What seems like a trivial matter of design is a topic well-researched.  Standing out from your competitors will influence your customers and stimulate your business.  Research has proven that color influences how a customer reacts to or sees a brand or commercial business.  Color can both influence the mood and associations the customer makes with a business.


Top Colors for 2023

Here are the top colors that affect a customer’s interaction with a business:


The 2023 Commercial palette has a casual and earthy vibe to welcome employees back to the office, with an eye toward fostering worker interactions in an upbeat atmosphere.


The 2023 Hospitality palette offers deeply saturated hues to set the ideal backdrop for emerging trends in travel like ecotourism and edu-travel.


The shades of the 2023 Healthcare palette were selected to create pleasant and therapeutic environments that enhance the patient and caregiver experience.   Since the pandemic, mental and behavioral awareness has increased in rural and urban communities.  The rise has prompted healthcare providers to seek alternative ways of offering care to their patients.


The Education palette shows how spirited colors can be used to create holistic surroundings that help students feel engaged, valued and motivated and reach their full potential.


Welcoming colors and warm tones define the 2023 multi-Family palette with the goal of helping residents feel at home in multi-functional spaces while promoting relaxation, focus and comfort.

New residential

Floor plans for residences have undergone an evolution to include not only remote work areas, but designated spaces for multifunctional use.  The 2023 New Residential palette helps create uplifting places to relax, recharge and entertain.

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