The typical cost for painting a commercial building will depend on three factors: the cost of paint, the cost of labor, and the general condition of the building. The more work involved in the painting process, the more it’s going to cost. Factoring all of those in, painting a commercial building could cost up to $0.66 per square foot.
Commercial painters paint large commercial areas such as offices, the façade of an office building, and the building lobby – essentially anything that a residential painter would do except on a much larger scale. Their process is also almost the same: they prepare the work area, apply paint, and perform clean up. Work hours are different, however, since they have to work outside office hours to avoid disruptions during commercial work hours.
A commercial painter works almost exclusively with commercial clients or has had much more experience working with commercial clients than residential. Their typical work responsibilities include painting large indoor areas such as offices and conference rooms. It may also involve large outdoor areas like the exterior of a commercial building.
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