Historic Property Painting
CertaPro Painters of Waterloo
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They say that a picture is worth a thousand words-and we most certainly have to agree! The pictures exhibited in CertaPro Painters of Waterloo, ON’s residential painting portfolio demonstrate the level of quality of our house painting work. Essentially, the house painting pictures speak for themselves. Your home is most likely one of the largest investments you will make in your lifetime, and CertaPro Painters of Waterloo, ON wants to ensure that your home always looks its best. Applying a fresh coat of paint every few years, or as needed, is an easy way to bring new life back to a home. Surely no one wants their house to be the “eyesore” of the neighbourhood. Rest assured knowing that the residential painting work of the professionals of CertaPro Painters of Waterloo, ON can add value to your home.
CertaPro Painters of Waterloo, ON are your local house painting experts in historic property restoration when it comes to residential painting. You can count on us for quality work completed on schedule and on budget. We take great care of your property and always inform you of how the project is progressing. We want to make sure that you are entirely satisfied with our work. If you are impressed by the pictures of our house painting work, then please do not hesitate in calling us today.
Alcarb Industries has its head office in this beautiful Victorian house in downtown Kitchener. The exterior brick and trim all needed to be cleaned, scraped, and freshened with new paint.
This elegant mansion in Cambridge required a boom lift to paint the high gables, soffits, fascia, and frieze boards without damaging the shrubbery and gardens surrounding the house.
Good maintenance on the exterior of an historic property is essential. All of the exterior wood trim and shutters were recently painted on this stately landmark in downtown Kitchener.
The owners of this charming Victorian brick home wanted to highlight the wood detailing on the house. The trim was changed from all white to two subtle shades of green which draw the eye to the artistic woodwork.