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You understand the importance of keeping your commercial space looking its best. As an award-winning Fort Lauderdale commercial painting contractor with over three decades of experience, Florida Painting and Design understands that, too. With our corporate office based out of Fort Lauderdale, our team has the expertise, professionalism, and equipment to paint the interior and exterior of high-rises, hospitals, corporate offices, stadiums, retail spaces, malls, national chains, assisted living facilities, churches, roller coasters, and more.
Drywall panels can be repaired or replaced, eliminating signs of wear and tear.
Quality exterior painting can transform a building with color, whether the project calls for conforming to existing standards or making a fresh, bold statement. We can paint all substrates including wood, stucco, vinyl and aluminum, block and cement board.
Our team is skilled in applying high-durability coatings for floors, walls, and high-wear areas requiring long-term painting solutions.
Our professional painting crews will complete interior painting projects with utmost respect for the property and its occupants.
Repairing and replacing siding, including wood, metalwork, stucco, and EIFS – as well as interior drywall, plaster and woodwork – making sure surfaces are in good condition and ready to accept paint.
If a project has specific timing requirements, we’re more than happy to accommodate them.
A clean surface is required for excellent paint adherence. When appropriate for the material, we offer power washing services before painting begins.
We can patch and caulk any cracked areas for protection from water intrusion and to provide a smooth surface for paint application. We’re prepared to handle every aspect of difficult-access projects.
Find the Services That You Need Below
We provide the following services for commercial properties: Drywall Repair, Interior Painting, Exterior Painting, High-Durability Coatings, Light Carpentry and Repairs, Off-hours and Weekend Production, Power Washing and Tilt-up Repairs and Painting.
Why hire professional commercial painters?
The frequency with which commercial spaces should be painted depends upon the wear and tear of the area. Although our recommendation is highly dependent on traffic and usage patterns, we generally recommend a fresh coat of paint every 3+ years for interior spaces.
After we put an estimate together, there are a few factors that affect project start dates. This depends in part on the size and skill set of crew(s) needed, as well as existing backlogs. However, our team works closely with clients to fit their timeline and schedule in order to minimize operational impacts on the business.
We will work with you to coordinate all the preparation steps needed, from logistical, safety and security considerations to scheduling and communications.
Paint left after a project has been completed is useful for later touchups, of course (lower sheens generally touch up better than higher ones). The key environmental factors in storing paint are temperature and air. Always store paints away from direct sunlight, especially in the summer months, and always store paint in a heated space. Paint stored in an unheated garage or shed will freeze, which alters the chemical properties of the paint to the point that it should not be used. Further, the more air left in the paint can, the more the paint will thicken/dry in the can over time. So a full can of paint stored at room temperature can last for years, while paint stored in extreme temperatures or small amounts of paint left over in a mostly empty can will deteriorate quickly and be rendered unusable in as little as some months or a year. As an aside, old waterborne paints can simply be left open to thoroughly solidify and then disposed of in the trash, while oil based paints or stains must be disposed of properly, typically at a designated collection date/time for toxic substances.
Yes, we can. If you choose to have a color formulated to match an existing sample, we cannot ensure 100% accuracy, but the match will be extraordinarily close. Color matching, though very accurate, is not an exact science, and human/mechanical error can come into play. One way to make sure a paint color will meet your expectations is to apply a Test Patch to the area that will be painted using a sample obtained from the paint store before making the final selection.
On a final note, we are sometimes asked to match digital color codes that are used in electronic marketing media for corporate branding. We can’t directly match digital color codes because there is no way to translate them to paint colors. Digital codes are used to represent colors from the visible light spectrum (e.g., which map to pixels on a computer screen), not pigments. Consider that “white” light includes all visible colors, while white paint in its base-tint form has no colored pigment added. Moreover, screen-representations or even printed matter vary widely from sample to sample. The best we can do is approximate by “eyeball-matching” from the standard manufacturer’s color palette, for instance, and adjust from there, which is more art than science. Plain/pure white and black are relatively easy, but all other colors present this same problem, even those among the various shades of gray.
We manage every detail of your project from start to finish, coordinate scheduling and communications, and keep you informed at every step. You may have to report to others about the job, so we’ll tell you as much as you want to know in order to help you keep track of decisions and details. To help you succeed in your role as project manager, we can prepare project presentations for you or even make presentations to boards and corporate offices on request.