Commercial Painting Contractor

In & Out Painting has often been hired as a commercial painting contractor. When painting ceilings and walls in a commercial setting can be very disruptive to the daily workflow. Fortunately, we are able to paint after hours or during the weekend to tackle the hardest area’s to paint without disrupting the daily work flow of the business.   
This area show’s pictures of a few job types we have done in the past.

Commercial Painting: Optical Lab

As a commercial painting contractor, a client hired us for a local optical lab wall painting. After 20+ years in business, they were rebranding and needed new paint colors throughout the inside of the building. It was unique that the employees worked together to choose which walls were to become the accent walls. We completed most of the work after hours so as not to interfere with normal business hours in the lab.
Back work room before

Commercial Painting: Auto Repair Shop

A local auto repair shop wanted to clean up his mechanics bay.  Prior to painting, we did a little testing to figure out which paint would hold up best after being subject to various shop solvents.  Clearly they hired us as their commercial painting contractor, we ended up pressure washing the walls to remove the general grime buildup that happens in a auto repair bay.  Next, we let it dry for 24 hours and then sprayed 2 coats of Breakthrough by PPG in semi gloss.  Without a doubt, it looks so much brighter and cleaner now, ready to be beat up again!
Employee Entrance Before

Commercial Painting: Apartment Door, Trim and Cabinetry Refinish

Apartment buildings often feel dated unless built recently. This apartment had the golden oak trim found in many of the 1970’s and 1980’s buildings throughout town. As the commercial painting contractor, we did not change the wall colors; we only changed the doors and trim color around the apartment. We cleaned, lightly sanded, and repainted the oak to a rich chestnut color, which brought a more modern, updated feel to this 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom apartment. Likewise, we disassembled and cleaned the radiant heaters before giving them two coats of Aquanamel paint (color matched to the wall) from Norberg Paints.
Dining Room Before

Photography Studio Wall, Trim, Cabinets, Furniture, Shelving Painting

A photography studio contracted us as a commercial painting contractor to paint half of their business studio. As work progressed, so did the client’s desire to paint the rest of the studio. We painted in a two-toned color scheme on the cabinetry, table, and chairs, then the wall shelves and a large mirror to help blend in with the overall new feel of the room.
Front Studio Before
Front Studio After
Front Studio Before
Front Studio After
Seating Area Before
Seating Area After
Before of kitchenette.
After of kitchenette.
Before - with island as reception desk.
After - with table in place of island reception. We also painted table and chairs in 2 colors of paint.
Another after photo
Front Studio – Where is the Trim it is the same color as the wall

Excel Energy Wallpaper Removal, Skim Coat and Painting

We worked after hours as not to interrupt daily business on this job.  This older building had wallpaper surrounding the call center and some office rooms they wanted removed.  Once the wallpaper was removed, we needed to do skim coat all of the walls to repair the drywall.  We could then prime and 2 coats of paint to bring the walls back into this decade.
Before shot of peeling wallpaper
Wallpaper removed - hard to see but the walls where never primed before so the paper did not come off very easy.
After skim coat to the whole wall
After primer and 2 coats of paint looked great!
Conference Room during wallpaper removal
Conference Room after
Before shot of peeling wallpaper