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How to stay on top of your commercial painting project

August 8th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “How to stay on top of your commercial painting project”

Project Management Planning

Poor per­for­mance often comes from poor plan­ning. A com­mer­cial paint­ing project will not always find suc­cess based on if a painter has the right tools, skill set, knowl­edge or expe­ri­ence. Those who are best at their job will have a detailed sched­ule accom­pa­nied with a bud­get to match.

At Ren­ovia, our focus is your sat­is­fac­tion with a job done right. The pas­sion of our team is focused in build­ing rela­tion­ships along the way to build a life­time cus­tomer. A com­mer­cial paint­ing project must address and solve a cus­tomer prob­lem.

Fol­low these sug­ges­tions when plan­ning your com­mer­cial paint­ing project and suc­cess is sure to find you.

Establish A Detailed Budget

Hav­ing a bud­get in place will not only help a com­pa­ny focus on the prof­itabil­i­ty of their orga­ni­za­tion, but also iden­ti­fy oppor­tu­ni­ties to learn more about project man­age­ment and over­all costs they haven’t con­sid­ered. Busi­ness lead­ers should engage with their project man­agers from com­mer­cial paint­ing com­pa­nies to ful­ly under­stand the bud­gets and what all they entail.

Consider Comfort

Effi­cien­cy in any project is the vision­ary goal to reach. The most effi­cient projects can pro­duce great results while not expend­ing too many assets. One way to increase effi­cien­cy and at the same time, focus on com­fort, com­pa­nies can and should con­sid­er stag­ger­ing sched­ules if at all pos­si­ble.

This approach will allow your team to con­tin­ue work unin­ter­rupt­ed dur­ing work­ing hours. Addi­tion­al­ly, the com­mer­cial paint­ing crew will be able to get their work done with­out hav­ing to work around a team or cus­tomers mov­ing through­out a work­space.

There will be more free­dom for each team to get work done quick­er, bet­ter and with­out delay. Don’t hes­i­tate to ask about this approach when sched­ul­ing your com­mer­cial paint­ing project.

Ask The Expert and Listen

You pride your­self on being an expert in your line of busi­ness. The same is said for those work­ing on your com­mer­cial paint­ing project. There is no doubt you want to hire a com­pa­ny with a stel­lar rep­u­ta­tion and great track record with oth­er projects sim­i­lar to yours.

While you know what you envi­sion being done in this project, always take the time in the begin­ning to con­sult with your project man­ag­er and get their opin­ions and sug­ges­tions. Their exper­tise is why you hired them in the first place. They may be able to pro­vide tips to save you time and mon­ey while still accom­plish­ing what was planned.

Conduct a Final Walk-Through

The experts at Ren­ovia want noth­ing more than to reach the end of a project hav­ing accom­plished every task required for per­fec­tion. When near­ing the end of a project, it is imper­a­tive to walk through the project one final time.

Final walk-throughs should be sched­uled from the begin­ning. Account­abil­i­ty is a major part of a busi­ness rela­tion­ship and project man­age­ment. Dur­ing the final walk through, the com­mer­cial paint­ing project man­ag­er should walk through with a facil­i­ty man­ag­er or busi­ness leader going through a check­list of spec­i­fi­ca­tions to ensure every item was com­plet­ed to ful­fill­ment.

Ren­ovia imple­ments core val­ues in every job for every client. They focus on serv­ing first while mak­ing sure their clients get treat­ed the way they would want to be treat­ed them­selves. They lis­ten intent­ly and focus on what will be and has been accom­plished rather than tak­ing cred­it for a job or accom­plish­ment. Each of these val­ues are a part of build­ing a busi­ness rela­tion­ship where you can stay on top of your com­mer­cial paint­ing project from start to fin­ish.

If you are ready to speak with a com­mer­cial paint­ing con­trac­tor who will be open, hon­est and direct in answer­ing all of your ques­tions, con­tact us today. We would love the oppor­tu­ni­ty to speak with you, if only to answer your ques­tions.

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