1. Painters in Avalon, NJ – DJ’s Painting

    What Are You Looking For? Looking for a great Avalon painter to provide you with a fair, detailed, free estimate for your next painting project? Does it seem harder and harder to find a good painter? Is it almost impossible to receive a call back when you reach out for an estimate? Why is it Hard to Find Beach House Painters? As the Jersey Shore heats up, and continues to get more and more built u…Read More

  2. The Challenges that Occur with Commercial Painting in NJ

    We have been painting in NJ for over 30 years. Having also painted in all 49 of the other states we are uniquely positioned to offer advice on the challenges faced by commercial painters in NJ.   Weather In NJ we have some of the nation’s widest swings in temperature as well as humidity, dew point & barometric pressure changes.  Many people might think these things aren’t irrelevant for …Read More

  3. The 3 Things You Must do When Hiring a Commercial Painting Contractor

    I have seen many facility managers make these costly mistakes many times over the years. Helping our clients… and potential clients avoid these has actually helped us perfect our own techniques over the years. How to Hire a Commercial Painting Contractor I am hoping that sharing this short list will save commercial facility managers time and money. This can also help bring up the standards for c…Read More

  4. How DJ’s Painting Became the McDonald’s Painters

    In 1998, DJ's Painting was a regional painting company working in NJ, DE and Eastern PA. We were painting all kinds of commercial and residential properties including McDonald's restaurants and some Wawa stores. In the fall of 98, we were given the title "The McDonald's Painters" when we were asked if we could handle a 200-store project in 100 days… This meant completing 200 full wash & pain…Read More

  5. Will You Hire a Commercial Painter to Paint Your Interior Brown?

    In many recent blogs we’ve discussed how colors affect mood. So far we’ve discussed how warmer colors can make you feel happy and impulsive, while cooler colors can make you feel happy and calm. Knowing how each color can affect mood can certainly help you decide what colors you want a commercial painter to use during your interior office painting. Colors can affect how productive employees ar…Read More

  6. Looking For An Interior Office Painter? Here’s What To Look For

    There are lots of painters out there. There are painting contractor who focus on house interiors, while others are outfitted to handle the exterior of houses. Many of them are perfectly happy dealing in the residential realm. But when it comes to commercial painting, it’s a whole different ballgame. For instance, if you’re looking for an interior office painter, it’s important to realize how…Read More

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. How Paint Color Affects You, Part 2: Red

    In the first article in this series we discussed Baker-Miller Pink, a color that some studies show calms the mind as well as the body. People who sit in rooms with this color pink often become complacent, while their heart rate slows and their muscle strength weakens. Of course, Baker Miller Pink is far from the only color than has been shown to have an effect on human mood and behavior. Sometimes…Read More

  10. Handling Your Paint Choices and Interior Painting For Your Business

    If you’re started a new business, you’ve probably spent a lot of time thinking about what you’re going to sell. It doesn’t matter whether you’re selling insurance, hot dogs, or clothing, you have to know your product inside and out. You probably also spent quite a bit of time deciding on the location for your business. Do you require a lot of foot traffic outside your storefront window, …Read More