Custom Commercial Painting

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Topcoat Finishes on a Rare Custom Commercial Painting Gig

custom commercial painting

Todd and Sandy of Topcoat Finishes doing the spray and backroll.

Topcoat Finishes occasionally takes on select custom commercial painting projects around Chittenden County – usually office spaces for professional services, including: doctors, dentists and law offices.

The New Community Chiropractic!

Recently, Topcoat provided custom commercial painting services for Community Chiropractic Spine and Sport Center in Essex. We happen to be long standing clients of Dr. Koch, and have painted for him in the past. So, it was great to get the call as their preferred paint company for this job.

The slideshow above shows a couple of sets of before and after photos of the new office in raw drywall stage and then finished. The photo to the left (above) is a progress shot of the drywall being sprayed and back rolled.

This new space represents the physical component of a diversification in the services offered by Community Chiropractic. The new facilities are larger and easier to access off the busy Rt. 15. The new location is 8 Essex Way Suite 204 in Essex Junction. In addition to expanding their stellar chiropractic services, Community Chiropractic will now be offering massage and nutritionist services.

Promar 200 Zero VOC

We used SW Promar 200 Zero VOC on this project.

The team of craftsmen selected for the project by Dr. Koch worked very well together for timely completion, and all work was finished to a quality level not typical of most commercial projects we’ve seen.

We thank Dr. Koch and his staff for including Topcoat in this exciting transition, and also for keeping Topcoat painters running with straight spines over the last 8 years.

[Related: Community Chiropractic on Facebook]

Products Used

All primers and paints used on walls and trim for the project were Sherwin Williams, including custom color mixes in Promar 200 on the walls. This zero VOC paint worked out really well because we were spreading large quantities in a building with other offices in the same wing during the business day. The odor was minimal and the results were great.

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Scott Burt

About the Author

About the Author: Scott Burt is a contractor and freelance writer whose column "From the Field" has appeared in American Painting Contractor magazine (www.paintmag.com) since 2008. His writing and projects also appear in other print and digital venues. .

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