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What to expect if you hire Envision for your commercial project

Envision has expertise across the board with large-scale commercial projects like The Brick on Douglas Street, and small-scale projects that require a high level of detail such as Aubergine on Gladstone Avenue (above). If your project requires specialized work, our painters training and experience is just what you need. Whatever the project, Envision is prepared to exceed your expectations, and deliver a result that is sure to attract new customers to your growing business.

Exterior projects

Envision understands just how important first impressions are when it comes to commercial properties. The exterior of a business serves as an advertisement for the company. It has to reflect the style and purpose of the business. Clients come to us because they want to be sure that they have someone they trust to guide them through the process and provide quality work. That’s what we’re here for. Envision carefully considers the architecture of the building as well as any unique features of the business to deliver a premium finish that clearly represents the brand.

Interior projects

The look and feel of an office space can have a significant impact on productivity. Envision not only understands this but will ask the right questions so that the culture of your business is reflected in the space. In the past we have had great experiences working with clients like Stewart College to develop an interior that is functional and welcoming to both students and teachers. We understand that each commercial project we take on is as unique as the business and the individuals running it. Envision takes the time to get to know what separates you from other businesses and ensures that this is reflected in the final product.

“Cannot say enough about Envision Painting. They were prompt, efficient, very professional and the painting was meticulous. Many thanks for a job well done!”

– Sue Anne MacCara