House Painting in Seattle


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  • Parker Paint
    One of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of paints in the Pacific Northwest, Parker Paint has been sprucing up interiors and exteriors since 1945. The company has evolved over the years to keep up with the latest advancements in painting technology. Among the multi-hued fruits of this evolution are weather-ready exterior paints, whose modern formulas scoff at the elements and prove ideal for realistic yet unflattering outdoor murals of the neighbors. With more than 1,600 shades to choose from, painters will find it nearly impossible to settle, like a bowl of jello during an earthquake. Luckily, customers can take advantage of the handy virtual decorator to narrow their choices and forecast what color schemes should be applied to which room, such as aquamarine themes for the exotic-fish room, bright primary colors for the inflatable fire escape, and a variety of yellows for a basement filled with antique butter churns.
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    14333 Aurora Ave N
    Seattle, WA US
  • Reed Painting Company
    Randy Reed is trying to make a difference one gallon of paint at a time. In 2010, his business Reed Painting Company developed Green Man Paint, a program designed to keep paint out of landfills while simultaneously making the greater Seattle community greener. Through that initiative, Reed Painting Company recycles unused paint and then donates all of it to non-profits, urban beautification projects, and arts organizations. In 2011, the efforts netted the company Sustainable Seattle's Innovator in Sustainability Award. That was a defining moment for the company, but it's still the day-to-day work with locals that keeps Reed Painting Company at their best. Licensed painters head out to home sites each day, where they work on interiors and exteriors and apply their own custom system of primers, sealants, and paints. There's also a team to tackle dirty windows and clogged gutters, as well as carpenters who can help with wood rot and handyman services and are shining examples of how to properly wear a tool belt.
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    3668 Albion Pl.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Home Pro
    When customers call Seattle Home Pro, they get access to a hand-picked list of the area's certified professionals and handymen, whom are licensed, bonded, insured, and background checked. Customers get an instant price estimate for their desired job?doorbell repair, fence painting, thermostat installation, and more?then select a handyman from the list of available workers. Handymen can perform small-scale services such as furniture assembly, or large-scale jobs such as full kitchen remodeling?everything necessary to fix up a home.
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    Seattle, WA US
  • Rodda Paint and Decor Center
    Rodda is the largest paint manufacturer in the Pacific NW with 48 stores in 5 states. We bring quality products and services to our customers & contractors in the residential, commercial, industrial & marine fields and partner with them to build successful businesses, because we believe "It's the finish that counts!"
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    3633 Stone Way N
    Seattle, WA US
  • TruAthlete
    Billed as the Ultimate Trisport Event, TruAthlete is a competition in which coed teams of 6-10 players each battle each other tournament-style in each of three sports: flag football, volleyball, and soccer. For each game, six team members will take the field at a time; two women must be in play at all times, and teams can have up to four substitutes on the bench. There are two levels of registration: Division I, which is for serious athletes, or Division II, a casual bracket for groups interested in socializing and finally figuring out how their feet work. The top two teams in each division take home prizes. The event takes place at Magnuson Park, where there will be beer pong and dodgeball for spectators and consumers.
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    7400 Sand Point Way NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Saibot Construction
    The team of six handymen from Saibot Construction have helped home and business owners stay on top of building upkeep since 2003. The contractors offer their time-earned expertise for projects of all sizes and scope, ranging from remodeling finished basements to patching up leaky roofs to mounting flat-screen televisions. Homeowners can call upon the team to whittle down "honey-do" lists filled with smaller chores around the house, such as paint jobs or hanging pictures, as well as for larger projects, such as demolitions of houses presumed haunted because the pictures hung themselves. Saibot Construction is a Seattle Home Pro Approved Provider.
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    533 Temple Place
    Seattle, WA US