The New Year is just around the corner. Many of your customers will be making resolutions or setting personal goals for 2018. Will you be doing the same for your Baltimore business? If updating your space fits into your plan for the New Year, these ideas from the professional painting contractors at Dulaney Painting, LLC can help steer you in the right direction.
You want to make a good first impression. Your business depends on it! But first impressions come from more than just the professionalism of your staff. The walls of your office or store can also speak volumes. At Dulaney Painting, LLC, we encourage Baltimore business owners to step back and ask, “What are my walls saying about my business?” In case the answer is, “I’m old and outdated,” our team has put together this list of some of the most modern colors that can instantly update your workspace.
As a business in the Baltimore area, you’re always looking for ways to get a competitive edge in the market. Even seemingly small details—like the aesthetics of your office or store—can be a game changer for potential customers. At Dulaney Painting, LLC, we offer our commercial clients a specialized service that can help you stand out: custom wall murals. Here are five things a wall mural can do for your Maryland-area business.
You recently acquired a new commercial space in the Baltimore area. You’re excited about all its potential and feel like you got a great deal in a good area. However, the building is going to need a bit of updating—including almost every wall. The good news is that with Dulaney Painting, your office can look updated in no time.
Spring is the time of year that individuals and business owners are making their project lists. Finally, the Baltimore weather is allowing people to get outdoors and start tackling some essential curb-appeal projects and post-winter clean-up. As you make your to-do list, don’t forget to include exterior painting—perhaps with a little help from our crew at Dulaney Painting, LLC.
You love the luxurious look wallpaper can add to your office building. Whether you’re using it in a waiting room, a corporate office, or a meeting space. wallpaper adds design details you can’t get from paint alone. However, wallpaper installation isn’t one of those things you necessarily want to mess with on your own. In fact, here are three reasons why many of our customers hire Dulaney Painting, LLC.
Your Baltimore office is about to get a facelift with commercial interior painting from our crew at Dulaney Painting, LLC. It’s been a few years (or more…) since you’ve changed color schemes, and you’re ready to see the finished results. However, before the magic can happen, there are a few things you can do to prep your office space for interior painting.
Can you believe the holiday season is barreling toward us? Pretty soon, we’ll all be sitting around the table for Thanksgiving or exchanging gifts. While many people look forward to the holidays (especially that office party), you may be starting to panic about the sad state of your office building. You have important clients who will be attending your Christmas party, and you want to put your best foot forward. You’ve been meaning to do some updates, but time just hasn’t been on your side.One quick improvement you can still make in time for the holiday season is to change your interior paint color.
You made a huge investment in your Baltimore business by purchasing a commercial property. The structure is solid and no major renovations need to be done, but it is in need of a few cosmetic updates—including flooring. Many business owners turn directly to traditional flooring options (tile, carpet, and so on), but before you make a decision, take some time to consider epoxy floor coating from Dulaney Painting, LLC.
You’re ready for your office to get a fresh, new look. You’re tired of the walls that haven’t been updated since the mid-1990s—and they are showing serious signs of wear. Before you hire a painting contractor, take some time to make sure you hire the right one. To separate the pros from the posers, we recommend that you ask a potential painter these four questions.