If your existing office space needs a boost, consider re-painting it. If you are moving into a new space and want to make it reflective of your brand, the solution is the same: re-paint it.

Of course, before you take that step, you’ll want to give some thought to why you feel you need to re-paint your office. Is the current paint job in disrepair or do you just need a change? Also, hiring a professional office painting contractor like the ones at TD Painting & Wallcovering makes all the difference in the world. They have the knowledge and experience it takes to get the job done right. Also, you’ll want to give some thought to the colors that you choose.

Reasons to Re-Paint Your Office

Below, we’re going to explore five reasons why you might want to hire a professional to re-paint your office space.

Improves Your Image

Most of the time, when a company decides to re-paint their offices, it’s because they are trying to improve their image. A fresh coat of paint can make all the difference in the world- and there are certain colors that are better than others.

If your office is older and the paint is fading, peeling, or stained, it gives the appearance that your business isn’t doing well or that you just don’t care. On the other hand, if your office looks new, it’s a great selling point for new and potential customers. The truth is, your customers use your aesthetics to determine whether your business is reliable or not.

Rebranding/Changes in Corporate

Ownership and CEOs of companies change- and when there is a change, it often means the company is changing directions. One of the primary ways these changes are announced to customers is through new company colors or logo. The new colors need to also be reflected in the offices. The colors of the logo need to be reflected in the office spaces to create cohesiveness.

Water Damage

If you happen to start noticing stains on your ceilings/walls, you probably are dealing with water damage. This is a sign that you are overdue to re-paint your office. Of course, you’ll want to bring in a professional to assess the extent of the damage before having any paint applied to the walls. The contractors at TD Painting & Wallcovering can help.

Prevent Mold Growth

A damp environment is ideal for mold growth- but paint will seal the walls, which will keep moisture out. If you notice dark spots on the surface of your walls, have them cleaned and re-painted. Not only does mold make your office look terrible- it is also a serious health risk for your employees and customers.

Improves Productivity

You may not realize it, but when you re-paint your office, it can have a significant impact on the productivity of you and your employees. Research has proven that colors can impact mood. Taking the time to re-paint your office is an inexpensive way to update it and make it feel like a whole new space.

Choosing a Color to Re-paint Your Office

Now that you know why you should re-paint your office, let’s take a look at colors. The color you choose will determine how your employees and customers respond to your business. Some colors motivate customers to spend more, while others improve the productivity and morale of your employees. That being said, let’s explore some of the most common colors for office spaces:

Blue

Blue is best for creating a calming, productive environment for your employees. It has been proven to stimulate the mind and keep employees focused, especially if the work is repetitive. It’s also ideal for doctor’s offices where patients may have anxiety because it helps them relax.

Blue is also ideal for stressful work environments, such as those of attorneys, consultants, and accountants. There are many hues to choose from: grey-blue, teal, light blue, navy, and more.

Green

Green works well for conference rooms because it puts your employees and clients at ease. It provides a sense of reassurance, quietness, and calmness. It creates a sense of balance and is ideal for offices in the finance industry.

Yellow

Yellow is known to stimulate creativity, as well as brighten spirits and evoke feelings of happiness. Business offices used by designers or writers should use yellow on the walls. It also makes your customers feel happy and welcome.

This is the perfect color if you are in an industry that requires innovation. You can accessorize yellow walls with a creamy/white accent wall. Either way, the same effect will be created.

Off White

One of the most popular colors for office spaces is white. However, stark white implies a rigid environment, so it’s best to go with a softer shade, such as a cream or pearl. Soft white makes it much easier to decorate because you don’t have to worry about any of the décor clashing with the walls.

Gray

Gray creates a neutral mood. There are lots of different hues/shades of gray that can create a variety of mindsets. Grays should be used in engineering offices to help with concentration and have a positive impact on the mind.

Let Us Re-Paint Your Office

The professionals at TD Painting & Wallcovering are here to help you with your re-painting needs. Whether you are updating your logo and company colors or you want to make your office more reflective of your brand. We will be more than happy to help you with whatever you need. You can contact us today to schedule an appointment for a consultation and estimate. We would love to hear from you!