As a general contractor, you want your clients to be over the top pleased with your end result. You strive to exceed their expectations in every way, building your business by reputation. One way to do this is to create commercial spaces that are customized and unique, that speak to your client’s brand in stunning and unexpected ways.
Commercial wallpaper and wallcoverings are the ideal way to achieve the visual details your clients are looking for and the professional painters at Kaloutas are experts at commercial grade wallpaper installation.
What General Contractors Should Know About Wallpapers and Wallcoverings
Customized Wallcovering with Artisan Installation
Wallpaper never really went out of style, but it did get a bad reputation for a couple of decades. Today, customized wallpaper is seen as a mark of distinction and style in New England’s businesses and commercial spaces. There are limitless styles and textures to choose from and the Kaloutas team has the training to install them all to perfection, from grasscloth to fabric texture and everything in between.
Our 3 locations in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire allow us to offer you professional grade services and installation across the Eastern Seaboard. Our large staff of 80 highly trained employees can get the job done on your timetable. Our 30 years of experience means that we have the tools and knowledge to wow both you and your customers.
Kaloutas’ Wallcovering Portfolio
Still need a bit more information on the world of commercial wallcoverings? Click this link to learn more.
Take a look at how Kaloutas used custom wallcoverings to blend a new theater addition with the existing historic space.
Paint brings color but wallpaper brings texture and sophistication. Check out how our experienced team transformed this space using woodgrain wallpaper.
How Can We Help You With Commercial Wallpaper and Wallcoverings?
We would love to answer any questions you have about custom commercial wallcoverings and are happy to pick up the phone at 978−534−1414. If you’d rather keep it digital, click this link to drop us a note online and get the conversation started.