"At a young age I realized working with my hands was what I wanted to do. Coming from a family that values craftsmanship put me on the path of being a contractor. My first training was drywall and patch repair for a relative’s business. This continued for several years, learning drywall and patching thoroughly. In time, I went to work for a local painting business. This experience, along with my grandfather, taught me more of the craft of painting and contracting. Using only high quality materials, this was the foundation of my future business model. Proper preparation and quality paints along with good craftsmanship was the goal. What is craftsmanship? 'It's proper finish in a job derived from skill, experience, and patience.' Every paint job should be like your own.
"I got my contractor’s license in 1997, and started to build for clientele. I began hiring employees as the business grew. Their keen eye for detail is important to the business. In time, another painter was added, Alan Simmons, who is also a landscape photographer with numerous awards. I wanted to build a painting company with emphasis on durable products, craftsmanship, and reasonable prices.
"My goal is simple: to provide customers with a good paint job suited to their personal needs and desires. No matter what size the job is, premium quality paints (exceeding standard contractor grade) from Sherwin-Williams™, Forrest Paint™, and Benjamin Moore™ will be used and applied in a variety of ways. This ensures the paint job will last a long time, and will protect the customer’s investment. We believe this is the best way to build a respectable and enduring reputation. Doing a paint job we can take pride in is important to us. In addition, word of mouth recommendation from previous customers is the best advertising we have experienced. I want satisfied customers."