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Commercial Painting Services: Transform Your Business Space

Are you looking to revamp your commercial property?

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We use quality materials and eco-friendly practices to deliver high-quality results that enhance your property while minimizing environmental impact.

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Yes, with certain preparation steps, it is possible to paint over wallpaper. Stripping the paper is always recommended, however, unless in the removal of the paper,  excessive damage is done to the substrate.

Yes.  Removing texture from the ceiling is one of the messiest jobs on the planet.  MANY COLORS has a FESTOOL Hepa vacuum attached to a sanding wand that catches most of the dust. Once the texture is removed, the ceiling tape joints often need an extra coat of joint compound and additional sanding before the primer is applied.

No. Once we have an agreement on scope of work and costs, the initial payment is not due until the work begins

 MANY COLORS is a sole proprietorship, owned and operated by Joel Shirk of Cheshire, Connecticut. Due to the connections of networks established over the years, however, other qualified painters and/or wallpaper installers are called upon as the need arises, depending on the size of the job or sensitivity to deadlines.

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