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A very productive month of September!

Malden ~ A small "starter portion" of a much larger job. An upstairs office and guest bedroom have been patched, sanded, and painted. Ceilings, walls, and trim ... 2 coats!



Salisbury ~ I don't think I have ever tried to fit so  much work into such a small time-frame. ALL 37 cabinet and drawer faces removed, labeled and set aside, two coats of a Synthetic Shellac latex based primer and two to three coats of finish paint on all faces and base cabinetry. A custom built shelving unit go the same treatment since I was asked so nicely! The side skirt shadow boxes on the stairway was given a fresh coat of paint, along with a paint and primer combo on a newly installed room division casing. Finally ... patched, primed, and painted the little girls' room (complete with a hot pink accent wall, naturally!).





















Brockton ~ Removed a water stain from the kitchen ceiling. Painted a finish coat of paint on the kitchen, living room, stairway, and upstairs hallway ceilings. Also, two coats on the front and kitchen doors, AND two coats of eggshell finish on the living room, stairway, and upstairs halls.

Quincy ~ So, when a contractor decides to build a porch and neglects to use galvanized nails and screws, what happens? ... Tonal Painting has to come in and save the day! We counter-sunk (set below the level of the finish wood) each of over 500 nails and screws, then hit each nail and screw head with a oil based, rust preventing primer, filled each nail and screw hole with a wood filler, sanded each patch, primed them AGAIN, and painted the entire porch with a fresh coat of satin finish exterior porch and decking paint. Oh, and on our suggestion, we replaced a rotten riser, stair tread, and corner board to make sure the deck looked great when finished.

Dedham ~ Rather than tear down and replace two ceilings in this customer's home, I suggested that they allow us to scrape, patch, sand, and otherwise repair the ceilings. And, since we were already working there, the risers upstairs hallway, entryway, and stairway all got two fresh coats of paint.













Walpole ~ A very short description for two weeks worth of work. Scraped, sanded, and prepped the body and trim of this Walpole residence. Then applied a coat on tinted oil primer too all of the bare wood, and a coat of high build finish paint on everything. Also, restored the copper roof above the bay window and freshened up the pool's pump house with a coat of paint on everything.















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