share the commonality of painting a building that will be used for business purposes…
Commercial and Industrial painting share the commonality of painting a building that will be used for business purposes, but they have a different goal in mind. Because they have a different goal in mind they will be approached in different ways.
Commercial painting involves painting the area of a business where customers will be able to view. An example of this would be the outside of a retail environment. In this scenario it is important for paint to be durable, but it is also equally important for it to be aesthetically pleasing.
Industrial Painting, on the other hand is a setting that will not be viewed by customers. This key difference manifests in the importance of durability of paint that will be able to withstand harsh manufacturing conditions. In such use cases less durable paints that could be used in a storefront wont be used.