Many of your repairs can be included in our scope of work.
Let’s talk repairs. Don’t put off getting that painting project completed because you’re not sure what to do about the variety of repairs needed on the surface to be painted. Many of your repairs can be included in our scope of work. Filling holes, handling peeling paint, attaching loose trim and replacing missing surface materials can be handled by our painting staff. We have specialists on staff equipped to handle repairs.
In addition, we have a great network of trade partners who can assist in getting everything up to speed in preparation for your painting project. Not sure where to start? Call Mike at 541-497-3804
All skilled painters understand that most of the job in painting is preparation. Making sure the surface is ready to receive the product by cleaning, removing or sealing peeling paint, repairing holes, caulking joints, etc. And masking – this is a task that can make or break the quality of the paint job itself and prevent damaging other surfaces
One way property owners get themselves in trouble on painting projects is by thinking “I’ll just get some paint and smear or spray it on.” There is a lot more to it than that. All skilled painters understand that most of the job in painting is preparation. Making sure the surface is ready to receive the product by cleaning, removing or sealing peeling paint, repairing holes, caulking joints, etc. And masking – this is a task that can make or break the quality of the paint job itself and prevent damaging other surfaces.
The right masking materials (tape, paper, plastic sheeting, etc) make a big difference in the results. Clean, straight lines are not automatic. It takes lots of practice to get it right. Understanding the dynamics of the air pressures produced by pressurized paint and how to layer masking, use guards and drop cloths are all big components of a job well done.
Want to get the pros in to do the job right the first time? Call Mike at 541-497-3804.
Rooted in the idea of nature, the Sanctuary color collection focuses on the natural world.
Sanctuary Rooted in the idea of nature, the Sanctuary color collection by Sherwin-Williams focuses on the connection that the natural world has to nurturing wellness and calm. This palette is influenced by biophilia, nesting and Scandinavian design. The quietness of Pure White SW 7005 is a signal to take respite, slow down and embrace what’s truly important. The warm minimalism of Morris Room Grey SW 0037 is a reminder that less is more.
Having an attractive, well maintained property shows the community you are committed to quality and that you care about them by taking care of the way your neighborhood looks. An attractive paint job plays a major role in this aspect of your community outreach.
A quality paint job not only improves your church’s testimony in the community, it is also good stewardship because it protects the investment your church body has made on the property.
Although most of us recognize that the people (and not the building) are the church, in many ways the building represents the church body in the community. Having an attractive, well maintained property shows the community you are committed to quality and that you care about them by taking care of the way your neighborhood looks. An attractive paint job plays a major role in this aspect of your community outreach.
In addition to the appearance, properly applied paint also protects your building by providing a barrier against water and UV damage. Most exterior building materials were designed to have a protective covering of paint. Without up-to-date paint protection, these materials are susceptible to damaging water intrusion as well as to ultraviolet light damage. Both of these factors can greatly shorten the life expectancy of your church exterior.
In addition to damage to the exterior, water can get into the framing, insulation, sheetrock and carpet causing rot or mold issues. Paint really does protect.
As a church leader, you will be faced with decisions about how to proceed with getting the paint protection your property needs. Hopefully you will be able to navigate questions of body and trim color without too much trouble. But what about the actual labor to get the job done. Here’s why we think volunteers may not be the way to go for this task:
A quality paint job is just as much about preparing the surfaces as it is about applying the paint. Loose and peeling paint need to be removed, a job that requires a specific skill set not to mention that the debris can end up in flower beds, on sidewalks and on parking lots. Ever try to clean up paint flakes and old caulking?
Church buildings are bigger than you think. Reaching gables, bell towers, spires, crosses and cupolas can be difficult and dangerous especially without the proper equipment. How is your liability insurance?
A church painting project can take months when relying on volunteers. Our estimators can provide you with a completion date and our large, experienced crew can complete the job quickly.
Paint Doctor’s Painting specializes in painting church buildings. We understand your questions and concerns. We are here to help. Give Mike a call at 541-497-3804
Big jobs are all in a day’s work for Paint Doctor’s Painting. “Do it right the first time” means putting the right crew members on the right equipment to apply the right product for a finish that will last for many years. Got a big job? Call the Paint Dr.
There are plenty of reasons not to paint your own house, but wanting to live may top the list. Reaching every painted surface on your home’s exterior and interior takes more than most homeowners realize. Through in an extra story and a hillside lot and you’ve a formula for a truly life-changing disaster.
Professional painters know how to reach all of those hard-to-reach peaks, gables and dormers that make you house look cool. Mike Nading, the Paint Doctor knows just how to get the job done in a safe and timely manner.
You might be surprised at just what it takes to get a painter in position to update and protect your home’s exterior, but whatever it takes, the Paint Doctor’s Painting Service will get there. It could take scaffolding, ladders, power lifts, cherry pickers, zip lines or catwalks – but they will get it done safely and thoroughly. Call Mike at 541-497-3804 and save your death defying adrenaline feats for your vacation adventures.
Volunteers are the life blood of the United Methodist Church in Halsey, but when it’s time to paint their historic building with its iconic bell tower, they call in the Paint Doctor, Mike Nading and his crew.
Mike knows how to get the job done right the first time with the proper preparation, the right product and the best application. But more importantly for this job, his crew shows up with the right equipment to safely reach all sides of the bell tower. Not only does keep the congregation safely on the ground, it provides a safe platform for the crew and protects the building.
When your church building needs a fresh coat of paint, get the job done right by calling the Paint Doctor, Mike Nading 541-497-3804.
Paint Doctor’s Painting recently had one of those stellar production days when everything went as planned. The combination of a tight schedule and the desire to help out a customer in a bind with a property on the coast launched a plan to paint an entire house in a day.
Included in the plan was all of the prep work, masking, body paint and trim. Of course, it helps when you roll onto the job with an experienced, hard working crew.
What a surprise for the homeowners when they came home from work and found a brand new looking house.
The very best nicknames are earned and bestowed on a person by their peers. This is definitely the case with the Paint Doctor aka Mike Nading of Albany, Oregon. Mike has worked in the paint industry for over 40 years and has earned a reputation with customers and fellow painters as the go-to guy for answers and advice about painting done right.
Much of Mike’s career in painting has been in the retail business. His paint stores in Roseburg and Albany were always fun places where homeowners felt welcome and where professional painters loved to stop by for supplies and grab a donut and a cup of coffee on the way to the job site.
Now for many years as a painting contractor, Mike has taken his trademark friendly customer service and vast knowledge of paint products, surface preparation and proper application to the places where they are needed most: the job sites and the homes of his customers.
Mike is more than willing to tackle even the toughest jobs, but there is one thing he tries to avoid at all costs: call-backs, which is why his motto “Do it right the first time” is quickly learned by everyone on his crew.
Give Mike Nading, the Paint Doctor, a call about your painting project today! 541-497-3804
Got a big structure to paint? Paint Doctor’s Painting has you covered with plenty of experience completing commercial projects for contractors, property owners and site supervisors in the Willamette Valley.
Projects like West Albany High School’s Memorial Stadium take careful planning, specialized equipment and an experienced crew to get the job done right.
All of the basics for any good painting job – proper product, surface preparation and appropriate application – are present on large scale commercial jobs, but there are many more things to consider. Reaching greater heights, handling larger volumes of material, keeping schedules and staying within all safety requirements are just a few of the things that make a painter a commercial contractor.
Call Mike Nading 541-497-3804 about your next big project. He’ll ask the right questions and promptly get you a solid bid.
When you have Paint Doctor’s Painting on the team, you will have one less concern about completing your project in the professional manner that built your reputation.