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Commercial Healthcare Painting

CertaPro Painters provides commercial healthcare painting services for facilities of all kinds. Our experienced local teams deliver top-quality interior and exterior painting services for a variety of healthcare settings, from long-term assisted living facilities, to short-term individual and group practices, walk-in clinics, outpatient care facilities, diagnostic facilities and hospitals. We’re sensitive to your and your patients’ needs and concerned with maintaining the productivity of your facility. Our entire approach to commercial healthcare painting services is organized around accommodating your schedule and minimizing disruption of care.

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At CertaPro Painters® of the Okanagan, our trained professional painters will transform your commercial property into something you will be proud of.

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Expert painting services for healthcare facilities

A well-kept environment is vital to ensuring your patients’ trust, loyalty and wellbeing. Attractive surface finishes can be a powerful tool for calming patients and encouraging the healing process. Our detail-oriented painting technicians will help keep your healthcare facilities looking their best, from expert surface preparation and application of low to no-VOC paints to use of antibacterial surface treatments and hard-wearing coatings for high-traffic areas.

CertaPro Painters of the Okanagan
Interior and Exterior House Painting Professionals
#4-1404 Hunter Crt
Kelowna,BCV1X 6E6
Phone: 205-868-5126
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