Barrale Brothers Painting LLC

16 Jacobs Pillow Ct
Saint Peters, MO 63376
(314) 610-2458
barralebrotherspainting.com
Contact: Barrale, John
Business Description: Been in business since 2001, we are 3 brothers that work together, alone, we DON'T use any subcontractors just cause are name is on the line so we like to keep it in the family and so the customer knows who their dealing with every time they call us. We don't leave our customers' home until we know they are 100% satisfied cause we will go the extra mile for them. Our goal is to please the custermer so they will refer us to their family and friends. We are not like other contractors that hire anyone to represent their company and are in and out and on to next customer. We like to come in and consult with the customer KNOW EXACTLY what they want so everyone is on the same page we like to make this experience very smooth and stress free and when we are done we follow up to make sure everything is OK(little something that not everyone does) We treat all of our customer with respect like a family.
In Business Since: 2001
Service Area: St. Louis and surrounding areas
On Angie's List Since: 1/10/2010
Warranties: YES
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 AM-5:30 PM
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: 10%
Cities Served: Affton | Arnold | Baden-riverview | Ballwin | Barnhart | Bellefontaine Neighbors | Benton Park | Berkeley | Bismarck | Bloomsdale | Bonne Terre | Breckenridge Hills | Brentwood | Bridgeton | Carondelet | Chesterfield | Clayton | Clifton Heights | Collinsville | Columbia | Creve Coeur | De Soto | Des Peres | Edwardsville | Ellisville | Eureka | Fairview Heights | Farmington | Fenton | Ferguson | Festus | Florissant | Hazelwood | High Ridge | Hillsboro | House Springs | Hyde Park | Imperial | Jefferson County | Jennings | Kirkwood | Lake St. Louis | Lemay | Madison County | Manchester | Maplewood | Maryland Heights | Midtown | Monroe County | Normandy | O'fallon (il) | O'fallon (mo) | Oak Hill | Oakville | Olivette | Park Hills | Penrose | Pine Lawn | Richmond Heights | Saint Francois County | Saint Mary | Sainte Genevieve | Sappington | Soulard | Southhampton | Spanish Lake | St. Ann | St. Charles | St. Charles County | St. Clair County | St. Louis - Downtown | St. Louis Place | St. Peters | The Ville | Tower Grove | Town And Country | University City | Valley Park | Waterloo | Webster Groves | Wellston | Wentzville | West County | West End | Wildwood
 
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