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Hire Commercial Painters to Breathe New Life into Your Office Space

Taking an old building and transforming it into a viable office space certainly has its advantages, especially when you hire commercial painters. Even if the structural integrity of the building is still intact, it may appear to be in its last days. In addition, it may have a paint job that presents the building as a relic from the 20th century. Although this does not mean that the building can no longer be of use, it does mean that the building will need some TLC. This is where a reputable professional painter can step in to help.

If you own a business, you already have a lot of commitments you need to fulfill. You certainly do not need to add the task of painting your office to the list. Besides, you can make better use of your time by hiring commercial painters. So, what is the process of finding experienced painters to breathe new life into your office?


Hire Locally

Chances are, you will not have to go outside of your local area to find professional painters. These local painters will be happy to discuss your needs by phone, email or even on site. During this initial consultation, you can request a quote so you can make sure the renovation will not exceed your budget. In today's economy, you will need to make sure you hire painters who can finish the project on time and within the budget.

Although you will pay more for a commercial paint job than if you decided to do it yourself, hiring professionals will ensure it will be a high quality project that is completed to all of your specifications. These professionals realize that there is more to painting a building than simply putting paint on the walls. Instead, they will strive to give your office building the professional look it deserves.

Commercial Painting Allows For Maximum Customer Impact

Are you looking to make the most positive impact on your customers as possible if so, hire professional painters. They will handle the job professionally, and you and your customers can sit back and admire the work.

It will also leave an impact on your customers. They will look at you and your company as a legitimate business, and not a fly-by-night operation. They will realize that you are serious about having a successful business, and you are spending money to improve the space. Your customers will be happy to know that you are looking to be at the location long term.

Professional Painters Are Trustworthy

When you take the risk of hiring painters who are not licensed or bonded, you are opening yourself up to liabilities and other risk such as theft. Although the painters may be strangers when you first meet them, you will quickly see that these professionals make their living based on their reputation. This means they cannot afford to have bad reviews or testimonials from unhappy customers.

When you are ready to hire GB Painters Commercial Painters Brisbane, be sure to book the painting job as soon as possible. These professionals are often booked weeks or months ahead of time.

Resignations From SaveCCU

CCU Volunteers who have resigned their membership in SaveCCU:

John Bucholz (recently appointed to the Supervisory Committee)
Duane Bequette (Board of Directors)
John Cheek (Board of Directors and Supervisory Committee)
Steve Straub (Board of Directors)
Continued Membership in SaveCCU

CCU Volunteers who continue as members of SaveCCU:

Cathryn Chudy (Board of Directors)
Kathryn Edgecomb (Board of Directors)
Ralph Erdmann (Board of Directors)
Emmy Winterburn (Board of Directors)
Lloyd Marbet (Supervisory Committee)
Bob Winterburn (Supervisory Committee)
Gene Yarnell (Supervisory Committee)
NCUA Oversight of Credit Union Conversions Challenged

In January of 2005 the NCUA updated its rules to require increased disclosure requirements for federal credit unions that seek to convert to a thrift charter. The purpose of the change in rules was to insure that credit union members would be fully informed when they undertook a vote on a conversion to a mutual savings bank.

HR 3206, entitled the Credit Union Charter Choice Act, was introduced in Congress by Rep.'s McHenry (R-NC) and Towns (D-NY) on July 12, 2005, and has been referred to the House Financial Services Committee. This bill would change NCUA's oversight of the voting methods and procedures regarding such conversions... the commercial law banking industry is lobbying heavily in favor of the passage of this bill, which constitutes a measure that would, according to the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) "...make it easier for credit unions to convert to bank charters..."

What credit union members can do is become informed about this measure (start with the link below). Then contact
your representatives to weigh in on this critical and pending legislation. The text of the bill is at the conclusion of the article linked below. The sticker to the left provides help in contacting your representatives.

The Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit, chaired by Rep. Spencer Bachus (AL), held a legislative hearing on H.R. 3206, the Credit Union Charter Choice Act, on May 11, 2006.
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