Our Social responsibility
Giving back to our local community is important to Castle Complements Painting Co.
We have taken part in many local community projects such as the little league concession stand in North Andover, Helping hands monkey helpers and habitat for humanity projects.
Also, our President, Mathew Richards is a Rotary member which helps many local non-profits, organizations and also helps causes abroad.
Not only do we think about the community, we think about the environment.
Do you have a pile of old paint cans in the basement or garage or shed?
We will remove it from your home and dispose of it properly or donate it.
We all have unwanted household items that still have useful life to them
How do you get rid of them?
We will come to your home or business and pickup reusable household items and deliver them to:
Request a Donation Pickup Today and help those in need.
We will take it! You read that right.
We Salute YOU
to those who put their freedoms before ours to allow us the opportunity to Complement Castles.
We offer a 10% discount
Rotary Local Member
Giving back to the community near and far.
North Andover little league gets a Major League look
As the grass begins to grow and the players get ready to start another season of little league baseball Castle Complements donated their time to make this diamond in the rough a stand out in North Andover.
The crew of Castle Complements turned this tired building into a Major League looking snack shack. Castle Complements removed and replaced all rotted and tired wood along the rake boards and soffits. All the vinyl siding was removed and replaced too. Even the bathrooms got an upgrade in color and finish. All other surfaces received fresh coats of paint to match the North Andover- Scarlet Knights colors.
Good luck to all the North Andover Little League players!
Castle Complements is proud to have been part of this wonderful event.
Twenty Nine members of the New England Council of the PDCA gathered at Helping Hands Monkey Helpers in Boston to paint their offices, free of charge. With paint and color design generously donated by Benjamin Moore, we invested almost 300 hours repainting a very challenging and complicated 5 color space.