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This amazing video by Kevin Couture can really get your imagination going when it comes to choosing colors to use when you decide it is time for a fresh look. Our experienced estimators will arrive at your home with a rainbow of choices for you to consider, using paint chip books to help you decide […]
For over 100 years the stately mansion on Sunnyledge in New Britain, CT was white with dark shutters. The owners decided it was time for a change and the home is now a slate grey. Neighbors and local townspeople are amazed when they go by, some even stop and take a picture! And it is […]
Our customers are our best salespeople and we appreciate them so much. Customer service and satisfaction is what continues to build and grow our business via referral and word-of-mouth. A big thank you to all our customers that have taken the time to write a review.
Frank Campanelli, owner of Franklin Painting LLC, worked with Bob and Ted Sanford, of Sanford & Hawley, to help more than 70 Boy Scouts from Avon Troop 274, Farmington Troop 68 and Burlington Troop 23 earn their carpentry merit badge. The Boy Scouts of America have a 2010 Historical Merit Badge program that brought back […]
We just received word that we were awarded one of Constant Contact’s All Star Awards for 2010. To receive this award Constant Contact looked at the following criteria: frequency of campaigns, open, bounce and click through rates, use of social features, mailing list sign up tools & use of reporting tools. We’d like to thank […]
One of our potential customers emailed us the following: “Here is something interesting. I’ve been noticing that my resident blue jays have been knocking on my house in the back. I thought they were searching for bugs or water. At the same time, the paint is missing on my trim. This morning, I noticed that […]