Painting Ceilings Improves Factory Aesthetics
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
What do many successful business owners have in common? Happy employees. Maintaining high morale improves productivity and the quality of an employee’s work. Business owners can achieve this in any number of ways–including providing employees an aesthetically pleasing atmosphere in which to work.
Offices have a multitude of options by which to experiment with color and interior decorating, but improving décor can be a difficult task in factories and warehouses which have a long-standing reputation of being dim and unappealing. Unfortunately, this reputation is not altogether undeserved, for the basic plan of factories and warehouses is necessarily utilitarian above all else. That doesn’t mean the aesthetics of the space can’t be improved, though. Business owners have the option to overcome this obstacle by painting the typically dark gray exposed steel beams and ceilings a brighter color.
The immediate effect of painting beams and ceilings is remarkable. Not only does it aesthetically improve a work space by eliminating the dismal atmosphere, bright colors also reflect light, allowing employees to perform tasks with greater ease.
This brightening of the space can also reduce the need for additional lighting, saving business owners money in electricity and lighting expansion.
While many painting companies may have the ability to perform the task, Lakeside Painters have extensive experience in industrial painting and have a variety of methods by which to paint ceilings and beams. Contact Lakeside’s commercial painting contractors online or at 1-800-642-9445 for a free estimate.
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