retailer had an exterior storefront that received direct sunlight
during the majority of the day. The window frames, millions, and sills
had originally been painting with the same black paint used on the
interior storefront windows. However, the paint had faded over time
from the direct sunlight exposure to a medium gray. In addition to
repainting the exterior window frames, the retailer requested that the
new black paint selected would prove more weather/sunlight resistant
than the original, yet still be a cost effective option.
The scope of work needed to complete this conversion:
The challenges of this project included:
understood that the client placed extreme importance on their
storefront presentation as it provided the first impression to their
brand. The work area needed to be returned to a presentable condition
each morning prior to start of business throughout the project’s
duration. In order to meet the deadline, labor would need to be
effectively maximized and the overall size and height of the storefront
would need to be taken into consideration. Our solution for the
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