Webster Groves Painting Contractors
Whether your project requires painting a single residential unit, or an entire sub-division in Webster Groves,Kennedy Painting has the experience and work force to complete the job.
To ensure superior quality for our clients, we only use the best available products and paints for the project and make sure that we do a complete preparation period before getting started.
We don’t leave our clients with a mess to clean up when we have finished painting; rather our painting contractors make certain the area is left in a clean and orderly state. Before we consider a project finished, one of our representatives will do a final walk through with the owner of the residence to make sure our work met or exceeded expectations.
Our Painting Services
- Exterior Painting
- Interior Painting
- Power Washing
- Plaster & Drywall
- Wallpaper Removal
- Deck & Fence Staining
- Commercial Painting
- Color Consultations
- Painter For A Day
What Our Webster Groves Customers Are Saying About Us
Kennedy Painting is rated 5 /5 based on these 1 happy customer reviews
It was a pleasure to work with everyone involved with Kennedy Painting. Sean Kennedy keeps in close touch, sets the bar high and has a wonderful crew. Everyone was responsible, diligent and friendly despite working in the extremely hot dog days of summer. The house has never looked better. We definitely would recommend Kennedy Painting.
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