1. DJ’s Painting & South Jersey Together Since 1986

    The Beginning It was 1986 in Millville, NJ when Dan started painting apartment interiors for his mother. The thought of being one of the first painting contractors in the nation to do large scale commercial rebranding painting projects was far from his mind. From 1986 to 1998, Dan, or otherwise known as “DJ,” built DJ’s Painting from a small 2-man painting company into a solid 30 person team…Read More

  2. 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

  3. Best Painting Service in Sea Isle City, NJ – DJ’s Painting

    Sea Isle City, NJ I recently learned that the founder of  Sea Isle City, NJ, Charles Landis, was also the founder of Vineland, New Jersey. Vineland, NJ is actually my hometown. We have been known as the best painting service in Sea Isle City, NJ and Vineland, NJ since 1986! Not many people realize that the Sea Isle City population is around 2000, but swells over 42,000 in the summer. This makes i…Read More

  4. Why Your Business Needs a Fresh Coat of Paint

    It’s officially Q4, which means your business needs every advantage possible to end the year on a high note. From revamping marketing efforts to organizing sales, your team is going all-out these final three months of 2018. But what about giving your workplace a fresh coat of paint? While it might seem silly or trivial at first, newly applied paint creates a more appealing and inviting work envi…Read More

  5. Why You Should Hire a Commercial Painter

    Business owners across New Jersey are thinking of ways to attract customers ahead of the Q4 surge. Before you get too far ahead of yourself, take a look at your building’s interior and exterior. Does the current paint look like its had better days? Now is a great time to hire a commercial painter in New Jersey. Here are just a few reasons why you should invest in a commercial painting company: Q…Read More

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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