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Our new client required a full exterior painting on her Acton home. Our crew first washed the exterior by hand, then scraped off all the failing paint our client's home was experiencing. After a feather sanding and spot prime, the home was painted with Benjamin Moore to match the pre-existing color. The additional 27 casings, 2 dormers, 3 sets of shutters, and 3 exterior doors also received a thorough prep and fresh coat of paint.
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Our repeat client of nearly a decade requested our team to paint several rooms within their Concord home. For this particular area of the home, the walls, ceiling, and trim were prepped and applied two coats of paint of Benjamin Moore. Amazing what a fresh layer of paint can do to a space!


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Interior Painting in Concord, MA
Interior Painting in Concord, MA
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This dark, outdated Waltham kitchen needed a new layout to maximize space. The installed white cabinets and island brighten up the previously enclosed space. The Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray wall color compliments the quartz countertops beautifully.

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Our repeat client of over 10 years contacted our team to frame and finish their attic to convert it into an office. After framing the space and installing 4 new windows, electric was completed for recess lighting and spray insulation was installed in the floors, ceiling and walls. New board and plaster was put on, with two coats of Benjamin Moore Fountain Spout completing the space.

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Our longtime repeat client required some minor repairs and repainting in the sunroom of their Lincoln home. Our crew repaired the damage on the walls and painted two coats of Benjamin Moore to match the original color. The woodwork was washed and prepped, then finalized with one coat.

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Our new clients wanted to perform updates to their Medfield kitchen. Rather than installing brand new cabinetry, our talented paint crew refinished the main cabinetry with Benjamin Moore White Dove while contrasting the kitchen island with Benjamin Moore Silver Spring. New Quartz counters in Alleanza Waterfall was installed, along with a beautiful mosaic tile backsplash. A beautiful Italian made farmhouse sink and light fixtures tie to space together.

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Positive review by David Goodman

The painting team was conscientious and did great work.
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Beautiful new bathroom remodel at our new clients Waltham home. The area was completely gutted and a new layout allowed for a greater use of space. Sygma Ice Ceramic 6x24 tile floors were installed, complementing the new glass shower enclosure. A new white vanity with a Quartz countertop in Cappuccino ties in the Sherwin Williams Jogging Path wall color. What a transformation!

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Our new Waltham clients received a full gut and remodel to their outdated kitchen. Their newly installed white cabinets look beautiful against the Sherwin Williams Sands of Time wall color. Rearranging the layout, creating a new kitchen window and relocating the entrance door allows for a greater use of space and utility.

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For this newly referred client, we provided interior painting services at her Acton home. The stair railings and treads were primed and applied two finish coats of Benjamin Moore Satin Impervo paint in Dark Chocolate. The remaining balusters, risers and related stairway trim were painted with two coats of Regal Select Mountain Peak White. The corresponding front entrance and second floor hallways were prepped and painted to complete the stairway color transformation.

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