Warm neutrals can make a big difference in how a workplace feels. Warm colors include taupe and tan, which have brown undertones, as opposed to grays or colors with gray undertones, which can feel cooler and more sterile. Moreover, warm neutrals can also offset the harsh fluorescent lighting that is standard in industrial settings.
Color can also inject a sense of energy into a space, and there’s no reason you can’t use rich, bold colors in an industrial setting. Feeling adventurous? Consider vivid shades of orange, red, or bright blue. Can’t decide? Get in on the color blocking trend and paint separate sections of your walls or ceilings in different colors. Whatever your philosophy on color, a good painting contractor can provide advice to help you choose the right one.
Paints With Extra Benefits
Paint and coatings manufacturers have developed additives to make paint work better. Many industrial paints now include materials that add functionality to your paint, including additives that make paint dry faster, reduce the growth of mold and mildew, repel moisture, and improve paint adherence so you can stretch out the time between paint jobs. As a bonus, some additives may decrease the paint’s off-gassing aspects, improving air quality.
Investing in professional industrial building painting services can provide several benefits, including improved durability and longevity of the paint job, better color selection advice, and access to specialized coatings. Additionally, professionals have the necessary equipment and expertise to complete the job efficiently and safely.