Category Archives: Commercial Painting

The Effects of Changing Weather on Exterior Paint

Canadian weather is unpredictable, plus given its radical temperature shifts. Exterior paint that covers any house faces the most demanding weather conditions possible. Modern paint chemistry and exterior painters are now adept at handling these situations, and house surfaces that once required painting every two years can now go longer before they require repainting. But […]

4 Reasons to Hire Professional Painters in the Summer for Interior Painting

As British Columbia is now into Phase 3 of Reopening, lockdown protocols are being relaxed. And since it’s the summer months, there’s no better time to paint the home interior than right after some spring-cleaning efforts after being cooped up in the house for several months due to the pandemic lockdowns. There are 4 reasons […]

Your Office or Company Needs a New Coat of Paint in the Soon-to-Be Post-COVID World

Now that British Columbia is into Phase 3 of Reopening and lockdown protocols are easing off, the summer months may be the best time that your business or building may need a new coat of paint. For this, hiring commercial professional painters is an important decision. And if your business happens to be in the […]

Industrial or Commercial Painting

Industrial painting – sometimes called commercial painting – is basically the method of surface painting for industrial or commercial purposes and is very much different from home or residential painting. Industrial painting uses different methods to coat commercial surfaces with paint other than just applying by brush or rollers. Surfaces in industrial painting also tend […]

Commercial Painting Contractors

Commercial painting is basically the method of surface painting for commercial purposes and is very much different from home or residential painting. Commercial painting contractors use different methods to coat commercial surfaces with paint other than just applying by brush or rollers, especially when it involves buildings for businesses. Surfaces in commercial painting also tend […]

No Job is Too Hard or Too High: Repainting the Fire Lookout Station on Old Glory Mountain near Rossland, B.C.

In the middle of September of this year, A&A Painting Ltd. made a little bit of history by restoring and repainting the old Fire Lookout and Watch Station atop the Old Glory Mountain near Rossland, British Columbia. It also showed that no painting job is too hard or too high for a painting company like […]

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