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Professional Painters in Scituate, MA
CertaPro Painters® of the South Shore and Boston offers professional interior and exterior painting services to the Scituate, MA service area. In addition to interior and exterior painting services we offer several home improvement services including Carpentry Services, Power Washing, Drywall Repair, and Concrete Staining and Epoxy Finish. If you’re interested in our services, the first step is to request a free estimate either by filling out the form online, or by calling us at 781-585-7246.
CertaPro Painters® of the South Shore and Boston offers professional interior painting services to the Scituate, MA service area.
CertaPro Painters® of the South Shore and Boston offers professional exterior painting services to the Scituate, MA service area.
Maintaining Your Scituate Home
From fantastic schools to beautiful seaside homes, the Scituate community takes lots of pride in their town. The homes in Scituate reflect a low-key yet elegant vibe that you feel the minute you come over the Scituate town line.
Scituate interior painting:
The residents of Scituate love to gather, and their homes (and town restaurants) reflect this.
Interior painting inside newer Scituate homes:
The newer home developments in Scituate include lots of open-floor plan homes, where deciding on a color palette is a matter of choosing one or two colors and a few tones that work together nicely. Our color consultant has helped lots of our Scituate customers decide on a palette that allows an open floor plan to flow together, without being choppy.
Interior Painting to older and antique homes in Scituate:
As an old fishing and sea mossing community, there are many historic homes and buildings in Scituate that require specific painting and repair know-how. We have handled horsehair plaster repairs, wallpaper removal, painting natural or stained mouldings, and most other issues that you’ll encounter when repairing and maintaining your older or antique Scituate house..
Exterior Painting in Scituate:
We’ve painted date-boarded homes in Scituate and have even worked with the Scituate Historical Society to be sure customer’s exterior colors were historically accurate. Our Scituate customers in newer homes have also worked closely with our staff designer (a free service to our customers) to choose colors “feel” like Scituate, while standing out as different from their neighbors.
A checklist of things to consider when painting your Scituate home:
Rotted wood (trim, clapboards, shingles) are very common in Scituate. We have carpenters on staff that can take care of these issues before we paint. It is important that Scituate homeowners repair rotted wood on their home’s exterior as soon as they appear so the rot does not grow larger and more costly.
Most Scituate homes sport cedar shingles which require care and maintenance. Many Scituate customers like to allow their shingles to gray while other people like to add a coat of solid or semi-solid stain so their shingles don’t weather.
Shingles often grow mold and mildew and need a powerwash using a mold-killing detergent. If shingles are constantly in the shade however, the mold or mildew will grow back, so it’s a good idea to trim shady trees to let the sun shine on your shingles.
Scituate has been battered by recent winters. This has caused a lot of wind, water and salt damage to exterior homes. Again, our carpenters can repair these issues.
Consider PVC boards when replacing rotted wood – especially if you’ll be staying in your home for a while. Although PVC is more expensive than wood, replacing rotted wood with PVC is a permanent solution.
We don’t have to replace ALL your wood trim – just the rotted boards. This means that you can “inter-mix” PVC with the wood remaining on your home. Once the PVC is painted to match the wood, you won’t know the difference (except the PVC won’t rot!). PVC is also available in many historic moulding profiles so they look even more authentic on your Scituate home.
The wear and tear from the salt air and the recent hard Scituate winters we’ve had make it a good idea to apply a “maintenance coat” of paint or stain every 3-5 years to protect your home’s wood.
Email me at Pnejame@certapro.com with your Scituate painting and carpentry questions (even if you’re doing the project yourself!)