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We’ve been painting in Braintree since 1998!
CertaPro Painters of the South Shore and Boston has painted over 20,000 homes on the South Shore and in the Braintree area. We can paint both your interior and exterior and work on Braintree homes as well as for Braintree businesses. We offer carpentry repairs if you need some rotted boards replaced before we paint for one-stop shopping as well as staining, power washing, and color consultation.
CertaPro Painters® of the South Shore and Boston offers professional interior painting services to the Braintree, MA service area.
CertaPro Painters® of the South Shore and Boston offers professional exterior painting services to the Braintree, MA service area.
Maintenance of Homes in Braintree
Braintree has a variety of architectural styles seen amongst its historic neighborhoods. Many homes from the 19th century are still well-maintained to this day, and there are also a number of early 20th century homes that have become Braintree landmarks.
We’ve painted many styles of Braintree homes, from those that were built between the late 19th and early/mid 20th century, with styles ranging from antique Colonial and Federal-style, farmhouses from Braintree’s agrarian days, Victorians near Dearing Park, and many split-level or ranch style homes built after WWII. We have been painting homes in Braintree for more than 20 years, and have the experience to recommend the right solutions to maintain your Braintree home, no matter its age or style.
Carpentry on Braintree Homes
Even Braintree’s brick homes likely have some wood trim or windows that may have deteriorated over time. We have carpentry teams that can handle anything from minor trim repairs (with wood or PVC) to full shingle or clapboard siding replacement if needed (with wood or composite materials).
Aluminum or Vinyl Siding Painting
A number of homes in Braintree are covered in aluminum or vinyl siding, which may be fading or chalking at this point. CertaPro Painters’ painting teams have experience with products designed to adhere to aluminum and vinyl. Since the moisture of aluminum and vinyl is more stable than wood, the paint finish holds up much longer when painted. This is a great and cost-effective option if your siding is looking tired and weary. To learn if your siding needs to be painted, take our 20-second quiz.
Lead Paint – an issue for older Braintree Homes
Many of the houses in Braintree were built before 1978, and many of them still contain lead paint. Our staff and painters are EPA RRP certified to safely prepare and paint your older home. Once the home is safely prepared, the modern acrylic bonding primers we use give us great adhesion of finish coats. It’s the law in Massachusetts that a painting contractor is Lead-Certified to work on homes with lead paint – this makes it safer for your family and our painters.
Interior Painting in Braintree
No matter the style of your home, we can make the inside look fresh and up to date. Our free color consultant is experienced in helping you choose open-floor plan colors that delineate your rooms, while still being cohesive.
If you have any questions about painting your Braintree or Boston-area home, just email [email protected]. We’re happy to answer your questions, even if you’re doing the project yourself.
Good preparation – the key to a great paint job for your Braintree home
Before we pick up a paintbrush, we start with great surface preparation when we paint your Braintree home. This way, the final paint job will last longer and look fantastic.
Which exterior paint is best for Braintree houses?
The type of paint you choose makes a big difference, especially in Braintree where harsh winters and hot summers can take their toll on your exterior. For exterior trim paint, we often recommend Sherwin Williams Resilience and Benjamin Moore Arborcoat solid stain for homes in Braintree but will tailor our products to your specific needs when quoting your project.
Braintree porches and decks – our specialty!
Many Braintree houses have decks and porches that require regular maintenance. Because your deck’s floorboards will hold puddled water and may be in direct sun, your horizontal floors need to be maintained every two years to keep them protected.