The Best Painters in the Industry
Mathew "Mat" Richards
Mathew started Castle Complements Painting at the age of 23. Before that he was a Combat Engineer in the ARMY where he served at Fort Campbell, KY and at Camp Howze in South Korea.
When not painting he loves to spend time with his wife son and daughter.
Daniel "Dan" Wilson
Dan grew up in the city of Belmont, Mass. and has painted for more than 23 years.
He has painted at Mitre Corporation, King’s Chapel, Park Street Church, America’s rest kitchen and Rowes Warf Boston.
Dan has been in an aerial lift and painted at over 100 feet up.
Coming from a family run business he has been an asset to our paint family. He loves systems and getting things done.
When he is not painting your castle he is home with his wife and dog or spending time with his grandchildren. He like to play darts, assemble puzzles and loves brain teasers.
Little known fact about Dan is that he has used the hiemlich maneuver to save 3 peoples lives!
Nicholas "Nick" Toe
Nick, painter, has 4+ years of painting experience. He comes from a commercial painting background.
Nick was born and raised in Brazil. After high school he enlisted in the Brazilian Army. He moved to the US in 2004 and has a commercial painting background.
When not at work making your Castle beautiful he spends his time with his wife and daughter.
Nick has traveled to New Zealand, Bahamas and Canada along with many states here in the US
Charles "Chuck" Griffin
Chuck, a foreman, has 20+ years of painting experience. He brings knowledge of new construction painting methods, spraying aptitude and overall job site acumen.
He’s our gentle giant at 6’5” tall.
Chuck has been painting since he was a child. His family has many painters and trades people. Chuck also ran his own painting business for 5 years.
Coolest thing he painted was an 80foot flag pole. “They sway in the wind more than you think” he says, while trying to paint from an aerial lift.
Chuck spend his time away from painting with his 2 children and tends to his fish tanks and has a green thumb for plants.