Staying Open while Painting Your Business

Painting and renovating are tasks that you eventually run into as a business owner, which can be a major disruption to your daily operations. With careful planning and preparation, tasks like painting don’t have to pain for your business. At MasterBrush Painting, we’ve put together a few tips on how you can stay open while your business is being painted.

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The first step before making any renovation or preparations to remain open is to check the safety codes and health codes related to your industry to ensure that it is legal for you to remain open during painting.

You will also need to make sure you have enough space to accommodate employees and whether or not they will be able to work without safety hazards. There are a variety of factors to consider when determining whether to stay open or not. You can also do a cost-benefit analysis to help you see if you should remain open or close for during the renovation.

Inform Staff and Customers

Prior to beginning your painting project, be sure to notify your staff, customers, and anyone else who may be affected by the change in your operations. You will also want to go over any training needed for your employees to prevent interruptions to your daily operations.

Divide Your Space into Zones

Pick a zone where the painting will begin and then move on to another zone once that one has been completed. This will keep the project organized rather than creating chaos that could lead to frustration for employees and customers.

Set up a Buffer Zone

If your space is big enough, try setting up an unoccupied zone that separates the areas being painted from everything else. This can help to reduce noise levels, improve air quality, and reduce the disruption to your employees and your customers.

Utilize a Professional Painting Company

If you are thinking about repainting your business, contact the experienced team at MasterBrush Painting today to get started. We can help you remain open and reduce disruptions to your customers and employees.
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