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Eastern Massachusetts Family Owned And Operated Painting Company
We now have offices in Needham, Marshfield, and Nashua, NH

(866) 433-5431

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How Many References Do You Want?

3, 5, 10… How About 50?

Our References | Eastern Mass and Southern New Hampshire

No Risk Painting was founded in Massachusetts in 2004 with one simple goal: To provide you, the homeowner, with a superb paint job at the best price with no games, no gimmicks, and no gotchas. And you know what? The plan is working.

We have been serving homeowners from Eastern Mass and Southern New Hampshire with passion, energy and honesty for over a decade now. Over the course of that time, we have had so many clients thrilled with our company and painting service that they wanted to tell others about how much they loved us. The result: we have a reference list that’s a proverbial "mile long."

So why is that important, and why should you care? Simple. Hiring a contractor to paint your home, business, or condo should be done as thoroughly as if you were a Fortune 500 company hiring an employee. Your home is just too valuable not to. In fact, for many, it’s the single largest investment of their lives. Why trust it to just anyone?

But it goes deeper than that. The reality is that just about any painting contractor in Eastern Mas and Southern New Hampshire can hand you a "pre-printed" list of references with a "select" number of people they know are going to say something nice about them.

So at No Risk Painting, it's not about handing you a "pre-printed" list of references and it's not about how many references we can give you… it's ALL ABOUT how many references you need to talk to in order to feel great about choosing No Risk Painting to paint your home.

Just give us a call, and we would be happy to give you as many of our reference’s names and telephone numbers that you need -- from Eastern Mass and Southern New Hampshire and much more. All we ask is that you afford us the opportunity to let them know you are calling. We would also ask you to respect their privacy and of course, the time of the day that you call.

Oh, and just in case you're not sure what you should talk about, here are a few suggestions on some questions you should ask:

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