Need a Pasco painter? Hundreds of happy customers have chosen Kirbyworks for their painting projects including many who have needed Pasco painting.
Kirbyworks Picked as a Top Painter in Pasco by Angie’s List
Kirbyworks Painting has earned the service industry-coveted 2012 Angie’s List Super Service Award, an honor awarded annually to approximately 5 percent of all the companies rated on Angie’s List.
“It’s a select group of companies rated on Angie’s List that can claim the exemplary customer service record of being a Super Service Award winner,” said Angie’s List Founder Angie Hicks. “Our standards for the Super Service Award are quite high. The fact that Kirbyworks Painting earned this recognition speaks volumes about its dedication providing great service to its customers.”
A Pasco Painter That Does Everything
We don’t just paint walls. In addition, we also provide these services:
- Drywall Repair and Texturing
- Repair and Paint Trim
- Popcorn Ceiling Removal and Re-texturing
- Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinet Painting
- Wood Staining
- Hardwood Floor Refinishing
- Venetian Plaster
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Pasco painting presents a number of challenges. Much of the lap siding used in Pasco is of inferior quality and new home builders did not pay their painters enough to ensure the bottom edge of the siding got enough paint to seal it. This problem was exacerbated during the recent building boom when tract housing builders were putting up homes as fast as they could and they were getting bought even before the house was painted. As a Pasco painter working for some of those builders I was constantly being pushed to sacrifice quality in favor of volume. The siding that is typically used in Pasco is a lightweight pressed-board product (think dense cardboard) which is a good product for a desert environment, IF homeowners keep the sprinklers off of their houses. It just isn’t made for daily “rainfall”. What happens when it gets wet is the water drops hang on the bottom edge of the boards and gets absorbed into the fibers causing them to swell. The bottom lap on the siding just above the ground is the worst but it can happen to any of the boards but usually goes unnoticed unless it’s above eye level and the home owner can look up and see what is going on. The same can be said for the bottom edge of the fascia board where water drops hang for hours after the rain has stopped. Those boards escape notice since they are a few feet overhead and most people don’t look up and examine them to see what is going on.
As a Pasco painter I took extra care to apply paint to those surfaces even when my builder was pushing for faster completion and a lower price from his specialty contractors but unfortunately I wasn’t hired to paint all of the new homes in Pasco so I have seen my fair share of ruined siding and fascia boards on homes only a few years old. If that is your situation don’t wait any longer to get your house in Pasco painted because every year more of that siding will require replacement before it gets painted or your paint job won’t do much good.