1. What You Want Commercial Painters To Do For Your Customers

      Without your customers, your business is nothing. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a fast-food restaurant welcoming repeat customers or an insurance agent who only sees customers once a year, because without customers your business just doesn’t exist. And no matter how often your customers actually come to see you, you still want them to feel welcome when they approach your building. …Read More

  2. Seal Up the Leaky Wall & Increase the -R- Value in 1 Step

    You may ask, “Why would you want to use a hydrophobic masonry sealer,” the answer is simple:  To stop mold and mildew growth To keep your wall from weeping moisture into the building, which causes dangerous black mold and unsightly efflorescence To stop freeze popping and delamination To maintain the “R” or insulation value of the masonry wall when wet Primarily in the northeastern states…Read More

  3. Simple Specifications to Avoid Costly Repairs on Your Commercial Metal Building

    There are many uses for rolled steel metal buildings. Some of which include farmers, warehouse owners, factory or plant facilities, air plane hangars, and even home owners with metal buildings on their properties.   These buildings are often sold with a lifetime guarantee or something similar. This leads the builders/owners of the steel buildings to think that once it is built there would be no…Read More

  4. Waterproofing for the Fall Nor’easters

    In the north-east United States every fall, we are a custom to some nasty, windy, and rainy storms that dump tons of water.  Especially in the New Jersey shore areas, including major beach cities like Ocean City, Brigantine, Atlantic City, Margate, Ventnor, Wildwood, Long Beach Island, and Stone Harbor.  These areas are hit so hard by wind driven rain that extra steps need to be taken to properl…Read More

  5. Spec’s made easy Steel Silo & Tank Painting

    Panting steel tanks, silos, vats, and outdoor structural steel is not an easy task. These steel structures are often used to house very corrosive and hazardous materials. At the very least they are very expensive to build and highly critical to the production of the facility they reside.   In some cases, these tanks and dust collection vats reach high temperatures and may require specialty paints…Read More

  6. How Paint Color Affects You, Part 7: Orange

    In our previous blogs we’ve discussed just about every color of the rainbow and how it affects mood. In the first one, we discussed how pink can calm people down. We talked about how red and yellow are great for advertising, how blue and green can relax human by reminding them of nature, and why purple once represented royalty but might best be used as an accent color to avoid having a room appe…Read More

  7. How Paint Color Affects You, Part 6: Blue

    As we’ve discussed in six previous blogs, color plays a big part in how people will react in certain situations. Warmer colors such as red and yellow can get people to be more impulsive, with both colors leading people to be a bit angrier in some situations. Green and purple, both on the cooler side, tend to calm people down and make them feel more introspective. Purple even makes people feel co…Read More

  8. How Paint Color Affects You, Part 5: Purple

    Over the course of this series about how colors affect mood, we’ve bounced back and forth between the calming colors and the exciting colors. We started with the ultimate calming color, Baker-Miller pink, and then went to the most exciting color, red. After that we cooled things down a little with green, only to excite you again with yellow. So now seems a good a time as any to head back to a co…Read More

  9. How Paint Colors Affect You, Part 4: Yellow

    If you’re enlisting the help of a painting contractor, they might steer you toward or away from certain colors, depending on the room. In our previous blogs we’ve discussed three very different colors and how they affect you. Red is the color of passion, but it makes sleeping difficult. It also makes people more impulsive at restaurants, causing them to order more food than they otherwise migh…Read More

  10. How Paint Color Affects You, Part 3: Green

      Welcome to the third in a series about how color affects you, both intellectually, creatively, and emotionally. First we took a look a Baker-Miller Pink, a pink that can calm you down faster than any other color. Next we wrote a blog about red and how it can cause you to be more impulsive and quicken the heart rate (happy Valentine’s Day, by the way!) Today we’re heading to the cooler side …Read More