20 years of Beautifying Castles Like Yours
These certifications, proof of insurances and awards are necessary to the development of a company with ethics and the foundation of A long-lasting business.
Castle Complements Painting Company strives to be the best local painter for your needs. Our commitment to be a great employer that engages in the ongoing education and best practices of its employees which helps raise the standard of our industry.
We are a longstanding accredited member of the Painting Contractors of America.
From pdca.org website: Founded in 1884, the Painting Contractors Association (PCA) is a national trade association dedicated to the success of painting and decorating contractors through ethics, education, and excellence. PCA is recognized and supported by many industry manufacturers and suppliers as the premier organization committed to helping professional painting and decorating contractors improve their business.
PCA is the only trade association dedicated to the success of the nearly 310,000 painting contractors in America and Canada. PCA offers contractor members many opportunities to develop and grow through participation in education programs, attendance at local networking meetings, use of PCA Industry Standards and much more. Explore the PCA website to learn more about why PCA Painters Are Better.
We are members of PCA to better serve our customers, employees, and industry.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Department of Labor Standards
Lead-safe Renovation Contractor License
Castle Complements Painting Co is Lead-Safe Certified. If you own a home that was built before 1978 then there is a potential health risk associated with painting and lead-based paint on your property. We are certified to work safely when disturbing lead paint. Ask us more about this when you get a free quote for painting.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation
Home Improvement Contractor Registration
Did you know that in Massachusetts it is required by law for a business to be registered with the state as a home improvement contractor if they solicit, bid on, or perform residential contracting as a contractor or subcontractor on an existing one- to four-unit, owner-occupied primary residence in Massachusetts?
Rotary Club of Chelmsford Certificate of Membership
Helping the community near and far. Our founder, Mathew Richards, is an active local Rotarian. From weekly meetings, social gatherings, blood drives and the many organized events hosted by the Chelmsford Rotary Mathew have helped in many ways. You should consider becoming a member!
Rotary Foundation of Rotary International
Paul Harris Fellow Nomination
We believe strongly in Rotary and chose to become a Paul Harris Fellow. Here’s the story from Rotary.org
Paul Harris history
After setting up his law practice in Chicago, Paul Harris gathered several business associates to discuss the idea of forming an organization for local professionals.
On 23 February 1905, Harris, Gustavus Loehr, Silvester Schiele, and Hiram Shorey gathered at Loehr’s office in Room 711 of the Unity Building in downtown Chicago. This was the first Rotary club meeting.
“I was sure that there must be many other young men who had come from farms and small villages to establish themselves in Chicago … Why not bring them together? If others were longing for fellowship as I was, something would come of it.”
In February 1907, Harris was elected the third president of the Rotary Club of Chicago, a position he held until the fall of 1908. Toward the end of his club presidency, Harris worked to expand Rotary beyond Chicago. Some club members resisted, not wanting to take on the additional financial burden. But Harris persisted and by 1910 Rotary had expanded to several other major U.S. cities.
Harris died on 27 January 1947 in Chicago at age 78 after a prolonged illness.
His death prompted an outpouring of contributions from around the world and his name continues to evoke the passion and support of Rotarians and friends of Rotary.
Insurance is one of the cornerstones of a sound business. Anyone can say they are a painter. Anyone can accept money on behalf of their efforts for painting but, what if something goes horribly wrong?
What if an employee gets hurt while painting? What if something of yours is damaged or broken while painting?
Do you, the homeowner, want to cover the cost of a business’ exposure to you if they do not have insurance? This is often overlooked or customers may think it won’t happen to them but it is the same as driving a new car without any insurance. There is always a risk that should be mitigated.
We have proof of open Workers Compensation, Liability, and vehicle Insurance policies upon request.
Did you know that we train our painters? Even if we hire an employee that had been painting for 20 years we still engage them in ongoing development to be the best at not just painting but things like customer service, communication, and effective jobsite leadership.
Simply knowing how to paint is only half of the job. Knowing what you are doing on a project and knowing how to be effectively efficient is imperative to long-lasting projects and long-standing relationships with customers. We paint every day and take great pride in our ability to meet and exceed customer expectations..
How can we help you?
Call, email or social media message us and we’ll typically reply within hours.
Book a quote right now through our website and we’ll usually be out to see your project and have gotten you a written proposal before you hear back from another painting contractor!