Santa Claus is coming back to an Indiana town, thanks to a local contractor and paint donations from the Sherwin-Williams Company. Continue reading Indiana Contractor Revives a Larger-Than-Life Santa
The repaint of a classic California car company’s corporate headquarters shows how professional painting contractors can leverage bold concrete color choices to help their customers create better branding. Continue reading From Blah to Bold: A Corporate HQ Painted to Look Like a Classic Mustang
Orlando is known as “The City Beautiful,” so it stands to reason that any new construction in the central Florida city is held to an extremely high standard. Continue reading The Rialto: The Painting of a Trendsetting Apartment Project
Every spring, thousands of architects and designers converge in a different city at the annual American Institute of Architects (AIA) Convention. Continue reading Philadelphia Community Center Beneficiary of 2016 Blitz Build Project
Running from New York’s Times Square to Lincoln Park in San Francisco, the Lincoln Highway is the nation’s first trans-continental highway. Continue reading Talk of the Town: Restoration Project Inspires the Community
Q: What’s 555 feet long, 229 feet wide and is red, white and blue all over? Continue reading New Glory: Painting the World’s Largest American Flag Mural
Behold the rejuvenated State Theatre. Part of the final phase of a major entertainment complex restoration in downtown Cleveland, the repaint of the historic 3,193-seat theater was a collaborative effort of the Playhouse Square Foundation and two experienced contracting firms.
What Hurricane Katrina took away, contractors are busy giving back to their Gulf Coast communities.
Ten years after the devastation caused by one of the costliest and deadliest storms in the nation’s history, the rebuilding work still continues across the Gulf Coast of the southern United States. One of the success stories is the new Faubourg Lafitte multi-family community in New Orleans. Continue reading Rebirth: Faubourg Lafitte is Colorful Addition to New Orleans Housing
One of the most historic buildings in Queen Anne’s County, Maryland is set for another century of service, thanks to the craftsmanship of a local painting contractor using the proper prep, the right primer and best-in-class exterior paint. Continue reading Reversing the Aging Process in Historic Queen Anne’s County
Whether painting historic Victorians on the east coast or earth-toned stucco homes in the sunny southwest, Doug Noble has been making homeowners happy for more than three decades.
Noble started his painting career at a young age working for his father’s company in southern New Jersey. Continue reading Premium Products for Prescott’s Best Homes