How Can Finish & Trim Make My Commercial Building Look Better?

How Can Finish & Trim Make My Commercial Building Look Better?

April 21, 2023 3:43 pm Published by

Commercial buildings have something special about them when they’re well-constructed. The best commercial spaces tend to have a certain level of comfort and warmth to them. One way to transform a cold commercial building into a more welcoming space where people want to be and feel their best is by incorporating finish and trim. Also called finish carpentry, finish-and-trim is the finishing process that adds all the final bells and whistles to your building. In some cases, commercial buildings aren’t quite considered finished before this step is completed.

How Can Finish & Trim Make My Commercial Building Look Better?

After Construction’s Done

Once a building has been constructed, it can still feel cold and impersonal to the first few people who visit the space. This is because you’re just looking at a bare building, without any of the personal touches we’re talking about in this article.

Companies sometimes think they can skip out on the finish and trim part of the job. However, this shouldn’t ever be the case! In fact, a building’s interior will simply look unfinished without these final touches being added.

Without Finish & Trim

If you have ever worked in the type of environment that stayed cold and impersonal, you’ll know what it feels like to be in a building without the finish and trim. Typically, this isn’t an environment that people enjoy working in, and it’s often not the best place to meet with clients.

Crown molding, door trim, chair rails, and even casework can be examples of finish and trim. Office space can be made a lot more personal and accessible with the right small finishing touches.

Let’s discuss how you can transform your office building from a cold and impersonal space, into something that everyone there can appreciate coming to work in.

Claim Your Space

Finish and trim seems like a much more important part of completing a building project now, doesn’t it? Once you bring in the right team for the job and add the finishing touches, it allows a business to claim its space. The overall goal is to create a space that employees and customers feel a lot more comfortable being in.

When you begin the process of adding finish and trim to your space, think about what effect you can and want to achieve, and how it can have positive results for the rest of your business.

Finish & Trim is Budget-Friendly

If you didn’t factor in the cost of finish and trim before beginning your commercial building project, don’t fret. The good news is that this doesn’t matter – putting the finishing touches on your property doesn’t have to be expensive.

The right team will take your budget and needs into consideration, and implement high-quality finishes to make your space your own. For the best results, we suggest working with an experienced team, with proven results, and a portfolio of great work.

Who Does Finish and Trim Carpentry?

Sometimes builders complete finish and trim projects, though not always.

It’s more likely that your building team can recommend their own contacts or affiliates, who might be in the finishing business. Commercial finish and trim carpenters are more likely to be necessary for this type of job.

Finish & Trim Adds Personality

The best way to make sure that employees and clients don’t find the place where they work an eyesore is to make sure that finish and trim are a priority post-construction.

For a brand, image is never a wasted expense, and it stays a worthy focus. Don’t skip the finishing touches!

Contact Contour Construction to get started on your project today, or visit our site to learn more about our commercial finish and trim carpentry services in Omaha, NE. Take a look at one transformation below!

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