Over the past two years, we have used Nash Painting for four projects on our property and one at our church. Each has been performed with total professionalism. We started with Nash Painting with a project to paint/stain the exterior of our house. Previous work had deteriorated and the project required extensive preparation work, including a great deal of caulking, along with some minor replacement work as well as substantial masking. They focused on this as the key to an outstanding job and the results are everything we expected and hoped for. The second job was staining over a mile of four-board fencing on both sides. Again, their attention to preparation (lots of pressure washing) paid off in an outstanding job. Because of their solid performance for us at our house, I asked Nash to quote on a job at our church. It wasn’t a big job in any sense, BUT because it was part of a preparation project for a new pipe organ, the scheduling was critical. Bill recognized that special need and responded accordingly. While it is often difficult to schedule a combination of exterior and interior painting, particularly when the weather is less than cooperative, Bill fully understood the imperative of the church job. No one wants to “foul up” an organ installation costing over half a million dollars over a $3,000 painting job! He treated that schedule commitment as an absolute. Equally importantly, when we realized that the red-toned paint had faded over the years leaving one other area (not previously addressed) looking very mismatched, he offered to get that very small job done on short notice at a very reasonable price (and yes, we agreed!). His final two jobs involved some more fence staining (one section I didn’t have clear for the first job, plus all the replaced boards elsewhere – the joy of horses and board fences …) as well as staining the structural lumber of a new deck and gazebo. The fences were handled without a hitch. The deck and gazebo were, bluntly, a painter’s nightmare. The decking, rails, and bench seats are of synthetic lumber so an inordinate amount of masking and staining care were required to get the treated structural lumber stained without marring the synthetic lumber. Once again, Nash Painting came through with a top-quality job. Nash Painting exhibits total professionalism in everything they do. On the house painting, I “caught” them re-doing caulk to ensure a perfect job. In the deck/gazebo job I have only found one piece of masking they failed to remove out of – thousands, maybe miles – of independent pieces. I can unhesitatingly recommend Nash Painting for all you painting/staining needs.