Commercial FAQs

Q: When did Custom Painting, Inc. start their painting business?

A: Custom Painting, Inc. started in business in 1982.

Q: What type of paint do you use in commercial buildings?

A: The type of paint we use depends on the surface or area to be painted. Professional commercial painters have the experience and knowledge to assess the types of paint are best for various applications. They take factors like weather exposure, foot traffic, and a lot more when determining which type of paint to use or recommend. Professional commercial painters typically use a primer and top-quality paints unless specified otherwise.

Q: Is your painting company licensed and insured?

A: We are licensed (our state contractor license number is 512717) and insured. If you would like confirmation, check our current license status on the state contractor’s board website This website will also show that we are bonded and insured. We are also listed on the Better Business Bureau website where you can see our license number.

Q: What can I expect when I hire your commercial painting service?

A: Here are some of the things you can expect when you work with us:

  • We start all our projects and finish them on time.
  • We conduct our projects in a clean, neat, and tidy environment.
  • All our projects will be overseen by our experienced estimator with a commitment to detail.
  • We stand by our work with a one-year guarantee. We also offer extended guarantees, as well as a one-year guarantee for work on floor surfaces.

Q: How often should a commercial building be painted?

A: The standard rule of thumb is that a commercial building should be painted every 3 to 5 years to maintain its professional appearance.

However, it depends on how well the last paint job holds up. For example, a commercial building is exposed in direct sunlight and thus will likely fade quicker than buildings protected by shade. Buildings exposed to extreme weather conditions could also result in faster paint deterioration. Usually, vivid colors are more prone to fading than neutral ones.

The property owner might have other reasons to repaint the building. For instance, the owner may want a new color scheme to attract new customers, keep their customer base interested, or signify a new branding change or change in management or ownership.

Q: What type of commercial properties have you or will you paint?

A: With its many years of experience in commercial painting, Custom Painting, Inc. has painted several commercial establishments. We have worked with many non-commercial and not-for-profit establishments, as well. We will provide painting services for the following:

  • Retail stores (department stores, grocery stores, supermarkets, warehouse stores, convenience stores, malls, etc.)
  • Restaurants (cafes, diners, fast food establishments, bars, etc.)
  • Movie theaters
  • Libraries
  • Multiple-resident properties (apartments, condominiums, duplexes, etc.)
  • Medical and health care facilities (hospitals, clinics, doctor’s/dentist’s offices, vet clinics, nursing homes, mental health centers, hospices, etc.)
  • Schools, nurseries, and specialist schools
  • Business offices
  • Government offices
  • Factories
  • Places of worship (churches, synagogues, mosques, etc.)
  • Homeowners’ associations (HOAs)

Q: How soon can you start?

A: Generally, it’s around a week. However, we can also work with your preferred start times.

Q: How do you estimate interior or exterior painting for a commercial job?

A: Our estimator will visit your site, inspect it, and take all the measurements.

Q: How much does a commercial painting project cost?

A: The cost of painting a commercial property varies depending on the building’s size, the scope of the project, the number of walls that to be painted, and the type and condition of the surface to be painted, among other factors.

Q: How do you offer payment plans, if any?

A: We understand that your commercial space needs painting solutions that will fit your budget. We offer a variety of flexible payment plans for this reason. These payment plans can be tailored according to your current financial standing to allow the work to be done now and then paid for over the next several months to years.

Q: What are your payment options?

A: We accept most payment options, such as credit card, bank transfer, or check.

Q: How long is your workmanship warranty?

A: We typically offer a one-year workmanship warranty. Extended warranties are also available. We also offer a one-year warranty for work on floor surfaces.