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CT Painting & Decorating is a painting service located in Ct We offer competitive pricing and detail oriented work schedules.
CT Painting & Decorating is dedicated to providing high quality service and Excellent work ethics.
CT Painting & Decorating also known as Painting and Decorating established in 1973 has provided the CT area with Quality and affordable painting services for over 30 years.
Donít let cracked, peeling paint make the wrong impression on your beautiful home. Let our highly trained Painting Proffesionals go to work for you. We offer prompt, efficient and reliable services that are designed to keep your home or office looking beautiful and well maintained all year long. We also carry all major paint brands, spray, rollers, brushes and much more.
We Service the following counties.Fairfield,New haven, Litchfield,Hartford
WE PAINT HOUSES in the following areas
CT, Ansonia Avon Berlin Bethel Bloomfield Branford Bridgeport Bristol Brookfield Cheshire Colchester Danbury Darien East Hartford East Haven Enfield Fairfield Farmington Glastonbury Greenwich Groton Guilford Hamden Hartford Madison Manchester Meriden Middletown Milford Monroe Naugatuck New Britain New Canaan New Haven New London New Milford Newington Newtown North Haven Norwalk Norwich Plainville Ridgefield Rocky Hill Seymour Shelton South Windsor Southbury Southington Stamford Storrs Mansfield Stratford Torrington Trumbull Vernon Rockville Wallingford Waterbury Waterford West Hartford West Haven Westport Wethersfield Willimantic Wilton Windsor Wolcott
CT HOUSE PAINTERS SINCE 1973
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HIC 0606917 Do yourself a favor and save yourself a lot of painting heartache by allowing a professional painter to do the work for you.You would not hire a plumber to fix an electrical problem. Some people are born to do certain things and born with the skills to be able to do these certain things, not everybody can paint ,and if you think you can paint. maybe you should really leave it to the experts to the painting project for you instead. I have been painting houses for more than 17 years and I think I qualify as an expert. I learned the painting trade through my father.and he had been painting for 28 years before he retired in 2003. Steps to proper painting Full evaluation of interior/exterior "see what is wrong with the paint ie,moisture issues,rotted wood,improper water runoff,interior water seepage,flaking paint,previous contractor painting workand last but not least did you use GOOD Qualty paint" We live in Ct we get snow,rain,hot humid weather in the summer ,and ice buid up in the winter.
Its enough to damage any paint job.By just looking at a houses construction and proper rain drainoff can save years of non repainting. Fix those issues and then move on to proper paint preparation Power washing exterior surfaces This is the first and most important step as paint simply won't stick well to dirty surfaces. It's safer to use a hose and brush attachment than a power washer as power washers are known to often cause damage .
Painting The Exterior and interior of your home? Noticed that your home is looking a little ugly.
Ct painters is a full service painting Company that provides Connecticut residents with experienced painters in the Ct area.
We are proffesional house painters in CT
We will paint the interior and exterior of your home.
Ct painters has been in business since 1973 and we have been painting Ct house for more than 30 years
I am a Ct painter that will offer quality results and on time delivery of your residential,commercial or industrial painting project we offer hundreds of painting solutions for your painting needs
We will handle all of your Ct painting needs to include painting in Fairfield county, New Haven County,Litchfield county, New London and Tolland.
We are great exterior and interior painters.
Our exterior painting services include but are not limited to painting priming sanding powerwashing window painting trim painting crown molding painting Door painting clapboard painting wall painting ceiling painting .We paint living rooms,bedrooms,bathrooms,foyers,kitchens,hallways
We are Ct Painters that paint Exterior homes in CT.
Your exterior painting project is very important to us .Our steps to proper exterior painting in Ct are as follows.
Power washing of the Home Sanding of any peeling paint proper priming with oil based primer on any exterior wood that is bare Application of Exterior Paint Painting of shingles,clapboards or textured siding.
We apply all paint either by hand or airless sprayer.
If applied by hand 2 coats of paint are usually required for proper adhesion and long lasting paint results.
If applied by airless sprayer we always backbrush and go over the first application of paint with a buffer coat for cosmetic purposes
Ct painters is always trying to acheive great long lasting painting results.
Your Interior painting project is as equally as important.
when we paint the interior of your house we will make sure thatt everything in your home is covered properly with dropcloths and plastic sheeting. All ceilings are then painted with a quality,premium paint.
Then we apply 2 coats of paint for proper coverage for your walls and then 2 coats of paint to all trim.
If you do not follow these guidelines in painting your interior or exterior of your home you will be just wasting time and money,because you will always need to maintain your paint job on a continious basis.
Ct painting and painters in Ct will always give your home high quality painting
House painting is not a very easy task . We have all heard it before "you get what you pay for"
http://www.ctpainters.net Also consider using Bleach and or anti fungal cleaner if necessary to remove mold or mildew. Step 2: Scrapping For paint that is layered or tough to remove use a rotary paint remover which has more power to remove the paint.Some new improvements in painting removal have taken place dust free sand removing sanders have been invented which are a great chice. Step 3: Sand and Repair The next step is to sand the edges of the area where the paint was removed to help the new paint cover and hide the edge. Step 4: Taping and Covering.
The better you cover the easier the cleanup at the end. Step 5 Prime .Use oil primer for bare wood spots as to elliminate any wood from bleading through. Step 6 Paint .Use the highest quality paint you can afford.Now adays there are paints that can last a lifetime or 25-30 years. Apply with airless sprayers to allow for maximum mil coverage.Buck brush any coarse wood allow paint to dry at least 48 hours and then reapply a second coat,if need. Lots of reasons why you as a homeowner should think about hirining a Pro-contractor to handle any painting project
It needs some paint to look brand new , clean and just right. Do you you want to sell your house and in order to sell your real estate agent suggests that you need painting done on the interior or exterior of your house. As a painting contractor, I can share a few tips to help you get the best return on your house painting budget.
When was the last time you painted?
If, it was too long ago. Thats bad. Houses need regular attention to look their best. Old peeling, cracking paint will let moisture into your home, resulting in hidden damage such as mold, mildew, dry rot and water damage. Paint is designed to protect your home from the elements and inclement weather it can fail after time.
I recommend that you repaint your home on a regular basis and it will cost you less in repair bills. If you haven't painted in many years, you may find that you will have to pay the contractor to scrape, sand, caulk and prime before he can even get started on the actual paint job. Painting every few years will maintain the protective barrier that keeps your home looking well-kept.
We Give Good Painting and good quality at an affordable price
You wouldnt do that to your car wich is worth 1/10th of what your Home is worth and you would not let your floors rot Protect your home. Think of the paint as "Barrier", and quality paint equals higher protection for your house. Moisture and salt in the air contribute to paint deterioration especially if you live at the CT shore line, so make sure you buy paint that is specifically formulated for your climate, otherwise you will just waste your money.
For Exterior I use Duration lifetime warranty by Sherwin Williams it costs more but you get what you pay for using cheap quality paint can make a difference of repainting every other year or repainting every 7-10 years some homes with proper powerwashin maintenace every 2 yrs will last up to 15
Another thing I want to emphasize is that a quality contractor should also be high on your list. The law in CT requires all house painting contractors to have a license . For your protection.
CT painters are painters that you can trust to get the job done at a fair price and in the time specified.
A quality CT contractor will provide a detailed bid and will keep you informed of when they will arrive, who will be doing the work and what to expect.
They the Home Improvement ,painting ,vinyl siding roofing ,fence, flooring ,contractor will provide will also let you know immediately if they run into any problems or issues. Choosing a contractor solely on price may result in a poor job that you have to pay someone else to correct.
Flexibility is the key
If you are flexible as to when you need the work done, it is quite possible that you can schedule the work to be done during the contractor's slow season.
Coordination of work
Here's a money-saving opportunity I often mention to my customers: if you are able to schedule both the interior and exterior painting to be done at the same time, you may get a significant savings. The contractor will only have to bring his equipment and the crew one time to the job site Painting contractors can then plan Their work accordingly.
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Getting ready for the contractor
Professional painting and home improvemenet contractors like me usually include in their quote the following:
1 moving furniture, 2removing pictures and other wall decor, taking down curtains and blinds as well as putting it all back in place.
By doing this part of the job yourself, you will save money. Ask the us the CT Home Improvement Contractor to give you a second bid without this service. Compare and decide if you are willing to take this on yourself.Let us know.
The winter months are a great time to have interior painting done, while exterior painting can be less expensive during the months of March and November. And, as you might expect, scheduling the work to be done around the major holidays or anytime in the month of August can result in a lower price.
Let us know you are flexible and ask them about discounts. If we the home improvement and painting contractor can fit your job in between others in the same area, he may be more apt to give you a discount.
Coordination of work
Here's a money-saving opportunity I often mention to my customers: if you are able to schedule both the interior and exterior painting to be done at the same time, you may realize significant savings. The contractor will only have to bring his equipment once and the crew will report to the same place until the job is done. There is a guarantee of a certain amount of work and the contractor can plan his work accordingly.
Getting ready for the contractor
Professional painting contractors like me usually include in their quote the following: moving furniture, removing pictures and other wall decor, taking down curtains and blinds as well as putting it all back in place. By doing this part of the job yourself, you will save money.
So why dont you just call us at 1-888-575-3626 to book your painting with us
You might have invested in the best furniture, have the latest electronic gadgets but that is not enough to make your house truly great. People invest lots of money in purchasing a house in an upscale locality and spare no efforts in making up their house with the best gadgets and other things, but they invariably fail as far as proper house paint is concerned.
Exterior and interior Work
When you hire our team of Proffesional Painters these are a few things you can expect:
Timely Manner All areas around house will be protected All surfaces will be thoroughly pressure washed and cleaned Mildew will be treated Loose Paint will be scraped. Primer to be applied to all bare wood Loose caulking will be removed and replaced Only Quality materials are used Work is completed in a neat and professional manner by skilled crafts people who are polite, friendly, and work efficiently All Waste materials will be disposed of in a environmentally responsible manner Touch-up paint will be labeled and left for future convenience.
This does not mean that they are not spending money on house paint.
They are investing money in it, but they are not selecting a correct color scheme.
Just using any color will not make your rooms appealing.
If it did, you can very well paint all the rooms of your house with black color. Anybody who knows a bit about color knows that the black color absorbs light and does not reflect them. If you have used black color for painting the walls and ceilings of your room, god forbid, you shall incur huge charges by way of lighting bills. Spend some time on the internet and visit sites that display interiors of houses and see how carefully the house paints have been used.
Different color schemes are used for kitchens and for dining rooms. You have to select yet another scheme for the sitting room and another one for the bedroom. Yet another house paint scheme shall be required for your kid's bedrooms. To put it in a nutshell, the house paint should reflect the mood of the room and will depend on the usage of the room. A soft and sensuous color is most suitable for bedrooms whereas bright colors should be used for the kitchen and the sitting rooms. Again the ceiling and the walls should be painted using colors that compliment each other.
Generally it is the rule of the thumb to paint the ceiling in a lighter color than the walls of the room. This way you shall ensure that all the light falling on your room's ceiling is reflected properly and illuminates the room properly. Most people have a decent color sense and they should find no problems in selecting the proper colors for their rooms. However if you do find selecting the proper color shades for your room, you can always seek the advice of some interior decorator.
They will discuss with you and find out more about your tastes and suggest paints that suit your personality. You should also remember that there are different types of paints and each of them should be used as and when required. While general paints can be used in your bedroom, you need to assure that the paints used in your bathroom are water resistant. This is the one room where water is used throughout the day and some of these water particles are bound to splash on to the walls. Similarly you should use special anti-corrosive paints in your kitchen so that the grime and grease deposited by smoke can be removed easily from the walls.
Proper exterior painting preparation will help ensure the success of your painting project. Proper painting preparation consists of washing, scrapping, repairing, taping, and covering. Following these four steps will also save you time and money by preventing future paint related problems such as peeling which would create the need to re-paint.
Protective Goggles/Glasses Work Gloves Clothes that will get wet and dirty Hose Brush Attachment Liquid Soap Rags Sponges Paint scrapper Wire brush Putty Knife Painters tape Tarps/ drop cloths Caulk Patching compound Possible Supplies: Rotary paint remover, heat gun, anti-fungal cleaner
Step 1: Washing the Exterior This is the first and most important step as paint simply won't stick well to dirty surfaces. It's safer to use a hose and brush attachment than a power washer as power washers are known to often cause damage to the soffits and can cause warping too. The last thing you want is to paint onto a damp surface which would be prone to mold or mildew growth. Depending on the amount of dirt on the exterior of your home, you may need to use rags and sponges to help remove stuck on dirt. Also consider using liquid soap and or anti fungal cleaner if necessary to remove mold or mildew.
Step 2: Scrapping Make sure to have your protective goggles on and begin scrapping any loose or peeling paint. For paint that is multi layered or just tough to remove use a heat gun or rotary paint remover which has more power to remove the paint. Use proper safety precautions while using either of these tools such as wearing work gloves and keeping both tools away from your body or flammable objects.
Step 3: Sand and Repair The next step is to sand the edges of the area where the paint was removed to help the new paint cover and hide the edge. Caulk any cracks, seams or gaps with paintable exterior caulk. It's important to be meticulous near the doors and windows so that the paint will stick properly in these areas. For wood siding, you should also fill any gouges or holes with exterior grade patching compound.
Step 4: Taping and Covering This step involves taping any areas which you do not want painted such as windows. Also make sure you cover anywhere that you do not want paint dripping onto, including shrubs, bushes, porches, etc. Plastic tarps or drop cloths will do a great job .
Within its compact borders, Connecticut has forested hills, new urban skylines, shoreline beaches, white-steeple colonial churches, and historic village greens. There are classic Ivy League schools, modern expressways, great corporate offices, and small farms. Connecticut is a thriving center of business, as well as a vacation land. It is both a New England state, and suburban to New York City. (See MAP )
Name of State: Connecticut
Statehood: January 9, 1788 (5th state) Nickname/Official Designation: "The Constitution State" was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1959. Name Origin/Indian: Quinnehtukqut -- Mohegan for "Long River Place" or "Beside the Long Tidal River" Capitol: Hartford, the sole Capital City since 1875 Governor: M. Jodi Rell State Motto: Qui Transtulit Sustinet -- "He Who Transplanted Still Sustains" Population: The population of Connecticut was 3,405,565 according to the 2000 U.S. Official Census. The most recent population estimate from the Connecticut Department of Public Health is 3,409,549 as of July 1, 2000.
Cities with largest population (2000):
Bridgeport 139,529 New Haven 123,626 Hartford 121,578 Stamford 117,083 Waterbury 107,271 See the 1990/2000 Census population for all Connecticut towns Area: 5,018 square miles Counties: 8 Towns: 169 Cities: 21 Boroughs: 9
Famous For: Inventors (Charles Goodyear, Elias Howe, Eli Whitney, Eli Terry), Inventions, Watchmaking, Typewriters, Insurance, Submarines
The emblems of the State are as follows: The State Seal was provided for in the Constitution, 1818. The State Flag was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1897. The State Flower, the Mountain Laurel, was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1907. The State Bird, the Robin, was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1943. The State Tree, the White Oak, was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1947. The State Animal, the Sperm Whale, Physeter Catodon, was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1975. The State Insect, the Praying Mantis, Mantis Religiosa, was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1977. The State Mineral, the Garnet, was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1977. The State Song, "Yankee Doodle," was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1978. The State Ship, USS Nautilus, was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1983. The State Hero, Nathan Hale, was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1985. The State Shellfish, the Eastern Oyster, was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1989. The State Composer, Charles Edward Ives was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1991. The State Fossil, Eubrontes Giganteus, was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1991. The State Heroine, Prudence Crandall, was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1995. The State Tartan was adopted by Act of the Legislature, 1995.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connecticut's Historical Firsts
1639 -- first constitution adopted, establishing representative government 1656 -- first municipal public library in America, a bequest to the "towne of New Haven" 1670 -- first survey for the first turnpike in America, between Norwich and New London 1729 -- first medical diploma, granted by Yale University 1764 -- first newspaper, The Hartford Courant, published since October 29, 1764 1775 -- first submarine 1783 -- first dictionary, published by Noah Webster, born in West Hartford 1784 -- first law school in America, Litchfield Law School
Graduates included John C. Calhoun, Aaron Burr, Horace Mann, Oliver Wolcott, Jr. and Noah Webster 1788 -- first State House in America, built after the Federal Constitution ratification 1794 -- first cotton gin, Eli Whitney of New Haven patented this invention 1803 -- first town library, tax-supported and organized in Salisbury 1806 -- first factory town in America, planned and established in Seymour 1808 -- first movable parts mass production in use, making clocks 1810 -- first insurance company, ITT Hartford Group, Inc.
Officially opened for business and people were able to take insurance for the "loss of life or personal injury while journeying by railway or steamboat" 1819 -- first industrial training school, established by Josiah Holbrook in Derby 1836 -- first revolver 1842 -- first public art museum 1843 -- first portable typewriter 1844 -- first use of anesthesia 1846 -- first sewing machine, Elias Howe procured a patent for the first practical
sewing machine in 1846 1853 -- first ice-making machine 1858 -- first can opener 1861 -- first Ph.D. Degree, Yale University awarded in Philosophy 1868 -- first tape measure 1877 -- first pay phone 1877 -- first telephone exchange, established in Bridgeport 1892 -- first collapsible toothpaste tube 1895 -- first hamburger, served at Louie's Lunch in New Haven 1900 -- first submarine 1907 -- first permanent public planning body in America, Hartford's Commission on the City Plan 1908 -- first lollipop 1920 -- first Frisbee, Yale students discovered empty pie plates from Mrs. Frisbie Pies
in Bridgeport could be sailed across the New Haven Green 1933 -- first vacuum cleaner 1934 -- first Polaroid camera 1939 -- first FM radio station, WDRC-FM began broadcasting in Hartford 1939 -- first helicopter, Igor Sikorsky designed the first successful helicopter in the
Western Hemisphere 1948 -- first color television 1949 -- first ultra high frequency UHF television station to operate on a daily basis,
KC2XAK in Bridgeport 1954 -- first nuclear submarine, launched in New London 1982 -- first artificial heart, Dr. Robert K. Jarvik, a Stamford native, invented the world's first artificial heart --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Legal Holidays in the State
January 1 New Year's Day First Monday on or after January 15 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day February 12 Lincoln Day Third Monday in February Washington's Birthday Last Monday in May Memorial Day July 4 Independence Day First Monday in September Labor Day Second Monday in October Columbus Day November 11 Veterans' Day December 25 Christmas
Whenever any of such days occurs upon a Sunday, the Monday next following such day shall be a legal holiday and whenever any of such days occurs upon a Saturday, the Friday immediately preceding such day shall be a legal holiday. (Section 1-4 Connecticut General Statutes)
*The Friday before Easter Sunday Good Friday *The Fourth Thursday in November Thanksgiving Day
*These days are designated by the Governor.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Early History
While Connecticut was first explored by the Dutch, who founded trading posts, the first permanent settlements were made by English Puritans from Massachusetts, starting in 1633.
From the first, Connecticut enjoyed a great measure of political independence, proclaiming in its Fundamental Orders of 1639 a democratic principle of government based on the will of the people. These Fundamental Orders are said to have been the first written Constitution of a democratic government; that?s why Connecticut today is nicknamed "The Constitution State."
Agriculture and trade were primary activities of 17th century colonists, but because of limited land Connecticut people quickly turned to manufacturing.
During the American Revolution, Connecticut gave freely of her blood and wealth. Her soldiers were on the battle line from Quebec to Carolina. It was General Israel Putnam at the battle of Bunker Hill who cried: "Don?t fire until you see the whites of their eyes!" Patriot-spy Nathan Hale, as he was about to be hanged by the British, said: "I regret that I have but one life to lose for my country."
To George Washington, Connecticut was "The Provision State" because of supplies contributed to his army by Gov. Jonathan Trumbull - the only Colonial governor, incidentally, to support the cause of America?s independence from Great Britain.
From 1703 to 1875, Connecticut had two capitals; sessions of the General Assembly met alternately in Hartford and New Haven. Since then, the capital has been Hartford.
State government in Connecticut has three branches: executive, legislative and judicial.
Voters elect six state officers: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Comptroller and Attorney General. All have four year terms. Connecticut voters also elect two U.S. Senators and five U.S. Representatives.
The General Assembly or legislature has a Senate and a House of Representatives. Members of both houses represent districts based strictly on population. Currently, there are 36 state senators and 151 state representatives.
The Judicial Department is composed of the Superior, Appellate and Supreme courts. Except for probate judges, who are elected by the voters of the town or district they serve, all judges are nominated by the governor and appointed by the General Assembly.
Connecticut has no county government. Below the state level, governing units are either cities or towns. -
-------------------------------------------------------------------- Economy The Connecticut Yankee has long been a symbol of ingenuity and inventiveness. These qualities have been matched by production skills since the earliest days. From colonial times, Connecticut has been predominantly a manufacturing state and a world leader in industrial development
When Connecticut was still a colony, her factories were already important enough to draw angry complaints from competitors in England. Connecticut metal buttons were replacing the imported product and were providing the start of Connecticut?s great brass industry.
Connecticut is often described as the "Arsenal of the Nation." It gained this reputation as early as the American Revolution. Early in the 19th century, Eli Whitney and Simeon North began making Connecticut firearms with interchangeable parts. This is generally recognized as the beginning of modern mass production.
Through the years, Connecticut industrial genius has given the world such varied inventions as vulcanized rubber, friction matches, sewing machines, steamboats, safety fuses, lollipops, cork screws, mechanical calculators, cylindrical locks and the submarine.
Today, Connecticut?s manufacturing industry continues to be highly diversified. Jet aircraft engines, helicopters and nuclear submarines have given the state pre-eminence in the production of transportation equipment. Connecticut also is a leader in such highly skilled and technical fields as metalworking, electronics and plastics. This sort of creativity has made a significant contribution to Connecticut?s standard of life - its living qualities. For more than 50 years these qualities have been judged to be the nation?s finest. In turn, they are responsible, in large part, for the influx of major corporate offices. Connecticut is now the home of such world-wide organizations as Xerox, G.E., Uniroyal, G.T.E., Olin, Champion International, and Union Carbide.
Among its better-known corporate industries, however are its insurance companies.
Connecticut began to earn its reputation as the Insurance State more than 180 years ago. Marine insurance, the great grandfather of all modern forms of insurance, had its start in Connecticut with coverage for ships and cargoes which sailed from the state?s ocean and river ports to the Caribbean. Fire insurance got its formal start in 1794; other types - life, accident, casualty, health - followed over the next century. There are 106 insurance companies based in Connecticut.
While agriculture no longer holds its once-prominent position in Connecticut?s economy, farming is still important to the state. The most important crops are dairy, poultry, forest and nursery, tobacco, vegetables and fruit.
---------------------------------------------------------------------- The Land
Connecticut is New England?s second smallest and southernmost state. Its 5,009 square miles (13,023 square kilometers) are bordered by New York State on the west, Rhode Island on the east, Massachusetts on the north and by Long Island sound on the south.
The southerly flow of the Connecticut River divides the state roughly in half. The coastal plain and central valley are relatively flat; they contain most of the larger cities. Other parts of the state are hilly, with the highest altitudes in the northwest corner. Hills are largely covered with hardwood forests, and about two-thirds of the state is in open land.
Despite New England?s reputation for a rugged climate, Connecticut?s weather is relatively mild. On the average, there are only 12 days a year when the temperature goes above 90 degrees, and about six days when it falls to zero or below. The growing season is fairly long, with the first killing frost generally in mid-October and the last in mid-April. This, together with moderate rainfall, provides good growing conditions. Despite Connecticut?s small size, there is some variety in climate, with temperatures in the northern hills as much as 10 degrees lower than those in the central valley year-round.
Tourism in Connecticut is a $4 billion-a-year business. Much of it based on the attraction of the state?s 250-mile Long Island Sound shoreline, its rolling Litchfield Hills, and its unspoiled Connecticut River Valley.
With its wealth of open land, Connecticut?s scenery is some of New England?s most beautiful. Its scores of Colonial villages are filled with historic homes and landmarks. Dozens of golf courses are open to the public; boating, fishing and swimming opportunities are everywhere.
Among the most popular individual attractions are Mystic Seaport and nearby Mystic Marinelife Aquarium; Lake Compounce, Bristol; Nautilus Memorial, Groton; Gillette Castle, Hadlyme; Valley Railroad, Essex; New-Gate Prison, East Granby; Branford Trolley Museum, East Haven; Connecticut river cruise ships; and the homes of Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe, Hartford.
Connecticut also offers a wealth of cultural attractions-theater, opera, ballet, concerts, and a number of nationally ranked museums and art galleries.
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Northeast painting plus is a painting service located in Ct We offer competitive pricing and detail oriented work schedules.
Northeast Painting Plus is dedicated to providing high quality service and Excellent work ethics.
North East Painting PLUS also known as Painting and Decorating established in 1973 has provided the CT area with Quality and affordable painting services for over 30 years.
Don?t let cracked, peeling paint make the wrong impression on your beautiful home. Let our highly trained Painting Proffesionals go to work for you. We offer prompt, efficient and reliable services that are designed to keep your home or office looking beautiful and well maintained all year long. We also carry all major paint brands, spray, rollers, brushes and much more.
We Service the following counties.Fairfield,New haven, Litchfield,Hartford
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