Miami Painting Services Company Now Offering Condo and Apartment Painting

Locally owned and family operated Florida Painting Company refreshes interiors and exteriors of buildings for owners or managers of apartment complexes as well as for landlords and tenants.

Miami, United States - February 27, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Florida Painting Company, a Sunshine State-based business with more than 10 years of experience in the industry, has added apartment painting to its roster of services, offering a way for owners/managers of apartment complexes as well as landlords and tenants to refresh the interior and exterior of buildings.

According to Florida Painting Company representatives, there are a myriad of reasons to schedule professional apartment cleaning services, and depending on the area and its local regulations, painting an apartment after a tenant has moved out may actually be required by law. Additionally, should an individual have purchased an older apartment building, he or she may need to repaint with non-toxic, lead-free paint prior to renting any units – he or she may even wish to simply update an out-of-spec apartment complex for the purpose of attracting tenants.

FPC’s apartment painter services include but are not limited to exterior painting, single apartment jobs, single room painting, pre-tenant painting, ceiling painting, textured ceiling painting, interior painting, trim painting, post-tenant painting, regulated updates and textured wall painting.

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From massive, hundred-unit complexes to small single apartments, FPC painters are equipped to handle it all, according to company reps, and provide all their own premium materials, thus saving clients time, money and stress in the process. What’s more, FPC uses only premium-quality paint exhibiting low-odor and quick-drying characteristics at no additional cost to customers.

The business also provides superior commercial painting services for condos and apartments, as well as for mixed-used properties and HOAs, assisting in everything from single-unit turnovers to multi-building refurbishment. As the preferred painting contractor for erasing signs of wear and restoring the beauty and value of a property, Florida Painting Company offers commercial apartment services that respect buildings and tenants, from project kickoff to prepping, painting, cleanup and final inspection – all the while working closely with property managers to ensure that crews communicate routinely with the client, perform excellent work and exceed expectations with regard to quality.

Outside of painting apartments, FPC offers a range of services in the areas of interior house painting, exterior house painting, sanding and puttying, drywall replacement, drywall/sheetrock/plaster repair, paint removal, texture application, faux finishing, wood staining, cabinet painting, priming, finishing, residential wallcovering/wallpaper hanging-removal, surface refinishing, holes/cracks patching, ceilings and doors, precision edge taping, baseboards, trim work/crown molding/base/frames and more.

Over the years, Florida Painting Company has become renowned for its drywall installation services, its professionals possessing the tools and experience required to get the job done quickly and create a smooth surface ready for a brand-new smooth coat of paint. Because it can be very difficult to choose the right drywall that is best for a project or to match the proper drywall texture when trying to match an existing wall, FPC professionals make that match for customers, thus taking the guesswork out of the equation.

Florida Painting Company is located at 555 NE 15th Street PHG (34G) Miami, Florida and can be reached by calling (786) 724-4880. For more information Give them a call or visit their website cited above.

Contact Info:
Name: Sebastian Bednarski
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Organization: Florida Painting Company
Address: 555 NE 15TH STREET PHG (34G), Miami, FL 33132, United States
Phone: +1-786-724-4880

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88947939

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