Condominium and Multi-Family Community Painting
in the Boston, South Shore & Plymouth areas
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Commercial Painting Services > Condos & Multi-Family Communities
Our Painting Services For Condos & Multi-Family Communities in Boston, South Shore, and Plymouth areas.
Our Boston-area Property Managers and Homeowners Associations (HOAs) have us back year after year to maintain their decks, trim, common areas, stairwells, and clapboards for their condominiums, townhouses, and multi-family communities.
Here’s how we make your life easier:
We handle the interior painting of common areas such as interior hallways and stairwells, and poolhouses.
We paint your community’s exterior spaces, including decks, clubhouses, gazebos, and office buildings.
We have power washers, painters, and carpenters on staff to replace rotted wood before we paint. This offers one-stop-shopping to our communities.
We perform exterior painting and staining to clapboards, trim, decks, railings, and poolhouses on individual residents’ homes or entire communities, no matter the size.
When necessary, we use lifts to speed up the project, which saves you time and money.
Every project is assigned a Job Site Supervisor who understands the unique needs of each multi-family property, such as where to park our vans and which water spigot to use for power washing.
We paint for both large and small communities and understand the unique needs of each type of property.
If you’d like, we can hang door hangers on each resident’s unit to let them know when we’ll be power washing and painting. This helps avoid calls to the Homeowner’s Association or Property Manager for small issues.
We’re happy to help your residents move their outdoor furniture, gas grills, and umbrellas at no extra charge.
Most communities want consolidated billing, but some need individual residents billed – it’s your choice.
If you have questions about commercial painting projects, see our commercial painting frequently asked questions page or give Dave a call at 781-422-1018.