- Full Name: Nicholas Graham
- Location: Salt Spring Island
- Phone: (250) 537-6102
- Expires: 27 days, 10 hours
Are you thinking of painting the interior or exterior of your home or business this spring or summer?
Student Works Painting is conducting complimentary estimates as we are starting another successful year on both commercial and residential projects.
Is your contemporary painter taking too long to complete your project? Is he or she showing up late and inconsistently?
We can fix that, and we will show up on time and come up with a plan to meet your deadlines.
To date, there has been no project we haven’t successfully and confidently taken on. We have an abundance of experience in new construction, heritage restoration as well as both interior and exterior applications.
Why book now?
-10% off jobs scheduled
-no final payment until the job is 100% completed
-we accept Visa and Mastercard
-99% satisfaction rate last season
Why Student Works Painting?…
-very competitive pricing
-punctual, friendly, professional and passionate painters
-Been a proven and successful system for 25years
-3-year guarantee of quality (warranty)
-5,000,000 In Liability Insurance
-Full WCB Coverage
-Top quality products used (Cloverdale, Dulux, Benjamin Moore)
For a no-hassle complimentary estimate
Please Call, (250) 537-6102 (If we miss your call, please leave a voicemail)
Or email, email@example.com
We have online reviews and references as well.
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