Commercial Painting Contractors
Welcome! We're a full-service Commercial Painting Contractor specializing in Condominiums and Planned Communities. Large-scale Community and Commercial Property Managers contract us regularly for both regular maintenance and new construction.
We're proud to offer impressive references from Community Managers and Homeowners' Association leaders. At Sharper Impressions Painting, we're well known for providing quick, accurate quotes and for delivering impeccable paint jobs that are completed on-time!
With over 22 years experience as a commercial paint contractor, we have solid relationships with premium paint suppliers and work with only the best painters. Call us today for a FREE professional quote.
We look forward to working with you and taking care of all your painting needs!
|ATTENTION: Your $$ Is Literally Going "Through the Roof"|
We’re here to tell you how to stop it!
Will Painting My Roof Save Money?
The opposite happens in winter. Interior heat rises to the attic and literally goes "through the roof", taking your heating bill with it. Business owners continue to seek low-cost methods to reduce heating and cooling costs and roof coatings are quickly catching on as a solution to a costly problem.
Thermal coatings - known as "cool roof" coatings - seal the roof, adding a protective layer to trap heat from coming in or going out. In hot climates, choose roof coatings with reflective properties to redirect sunlight. In addition to roof coatings, interior painting of attic ceilings is a highly effective way to increase energy efficiency.
Reasons to Paint a Roof
to Call - Painter or Roofer?
If you know your energy costs are gouged by heating or cooling loss, contact a full-service paint contractor with roof coating experience. Likewise, if your roof is getting close to replacement age, consider this alternative as a fraction of the expense.
TIP: Choose a contractor with experience and the right equipment. Ask for references and be sure they have necessary harnesses and lifts. Above all, be sure your contractor shows proof that they are fully licensed and insured.