“We requested bids from four companies. Shearer Painting’s response was both timely and detailed, but detailed in a way that WE understood it. To us, that was a big deal: we understood what the work entailed, what we were paying for and what to expect every step along the way. The crew was terrific, too: they showed up on time and kept us informed and delivered a high level of quality. One more thing: Shearer Painting helped us select the appropriate materials for us. When you have a 100-year old house, that’s critical.”
“The painting was just a part of the major renovation and addition project at our home. We hired landscapers, electricians, plumbers, carpenters, drywallers, trim experts, roofers, you name it. In the end, three of those contractors could be put on our ‘A Team.’ – contractors we would use again, Shearer was on that list.”
M. & C. McW.
“Even the neighbors commented on how professional our house painters were. But beyond that was this: not long after the work was finished, we noticed a ‘streaking’ pattern appearing in the new paint. On our 1,300 square foot home, perhaps no one else would notice it, but we did. Shearer came out, examined it and insisted that they repaint it. They worked with the manufacturer to replace the paint and repainted the house at no charge. It was beyond our greatest expectation.”
“We have owned many old houses and used a number of paint contractors. Shearer Painting has by far been the best. Roy and his crew were punctual, easy to work with and left the job site looking good every night. The estimate was accurate and the price was fair. The quality of the work exceeded our expectations. We have recommended them to friends and neighbors who have used them and have been equally impressed.”
K. T. G.
“I thought I knew what I wanted, but then I met the painters at Shearer. After many consultations, and even some on-site visits of current and prior work – I finally realized I had found painters who understood my house and my dreams as well as I did. They spent as much time preparing the old wood as they did painting. When they were done with the preparation – it was hard to tell the old wood from the new. From scraping to sanding to caulk – I could not ask for more. I know I will enjoy a crisp, clean finish for years to come with not worries about cracking, peeling, or blistering.”