Condominium Painting and Apartment Painting
With the current condo real estate boom, the interior painting industry has started to cater largely toward the condominium and apartment sector. From downtown high-rises to uptown apartments, Sunwest Painting takes on many indoor painting projects in these types of buildings.
Condo and apartment painting projects are similar to other residential painting jobs, except there are certain rules and procedures we have to abide by with each building. Rules such as condominium parking regulations, specific working hours, noise control requirements, service elevator use, and specific loading guidelines are all unique to each establishment.
At Sunwest Painting we are very respectful to the guidelines set out by each Condo Board, to ensure that the condominium painting gets done right, in good time, and with minimal disruption. Besides the interior of condos and apartments, we have even painted exterior cement balconies of condos. We have successfully painted many condominium and apartment complexes and will continue cater to condo owners and anticipate further accommodation to the condominium boom in the Bay Area.
Why should you think about repainting your Apartment or Condo?
Instant Small Room Makeover
A condo paint job can make small rooms seem bigger or even make your condo ceilings look higher, which can be crucial in small spaces. Make the most of what you have. Bright, light colors for condo can attract the light and make rooms with windows seem even larger and airier. But those aren’t your only options; paint comes in such a huge range of colors that your choices for painting condo walls are endless. We’ll give you our professional advice on choosing colors to compliment your space and make the biggest impact.
Low Cost to You, Low Risk for Your Landlord
As a landlord, I tell my tenants, “you can paint the condo whatever color you want, as long as it’s white when you move out.” So far the teenagers have cycled through neon orange, black, and TARDIS blue. Residential painting ( and specifically condo painting) can bring life and individuality to your living space, without creating a difficult (and expensive) to remove the problem for your security deposit when it’s time to move out again. Your landlord or condo board will be much more likely to approve of a residential painting project than wallpapering home features or other renovations.
Easy to Clean, Clean and Easy
Painted condo walls can be easier to wipe down after spills and scuffs if you use the right paint finish, and can actually help reduce the amount of dirt and dust in your rooms, which in turn improves the quality of the air you and your family breathe in your condo. Talk with one of our representatives about which finish will be right for the different spaces in your condo.
Increase Your Property Value
A new paint job can be one of the fastest, easiest, and cheapest ways to get your condo ready for selling. Fresh, bright colors can be inviting and makes your condo look newer, cleaner, and all-around worth the money.