Whether you are moving into a new home, or updating the home you already live in, fresh new paint can dramatically change the look of your house, as well as protect the exterior from harsh New Hampshire weather. We offer many types of painting, restoration and refinishing services for your home. We are known for our high quality work at reasonable rates. Our motto, “We Aim To Please” is not just a catch phrase! We provide quality workmanship, honesty, accurate free estimates, and hold customer satisfaction to the highest standards.
If you have questions about our residential painting services, how we work or what to expect when we arrive at your location, please give us a call at 320-1809 or email us at email@example.com today and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
We proudly provide excellent preparation, complimentary color consultation, and we’ll professionally paint and protect your home with the best products available for your needs. Some of the quality brands we use are:
603 Painting is dedicated not only to improving your home but also to keeping it safe. We are proud to be a Lead-Safe Certified Firm and have been trained by the EPA in how to safely renovate structures that used lead-based paint. Federal law requires contractors that disturb painted surfaces in homes, child care facilities and schools built before 1978 to be certified and follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination. To learn more about the EPA’s guidelines to renovate right, download the brochure at the left.
We have been painting homes and businesses for over 15 years and have seen many color trends come and go. We make sure we stay on top of what’s hot and what’s not so we can provide you with the latest color options and painting techniques. Give us a call today to schedule a free color consultation and we’ll work with you to help you select the perfect colors for your next project.
Don’t spend time and money on beautiful landscaping if you have not taken water and irrigation issues into account first. Installing a sprinkler system, leveling the ground to avoid run off, and planning which plants, shrubs or flowers will get more and less water are all precautions that may take more time and money in the short term but will benefit you in the long run. You want to give your lawns and gardens the best chance to thrive