Colorado Commercial and Residential Painting has been Denver’s top rated townhouse painting contractor for over 30 years. We understand the unique complexities of large scale townhouse painting projects and are confident we’ll deliver on our promise of a high-value painting project, on-time, within budget and with minimal distractions for the homeowners.
What sets us apart from other painters?
- Great communication
- Professional and precise bids
- Efficient bookkeeping
- Being fair, honest and transparent
- Being EPA lead certified and fully insured.
- Continued education and safety training for all team members
- Employing a large, knowledgeable and professional staff
- Over 30 years of experience
Townhouse Painting Services
Our competitive pricing provides exceptional value. With 35 years of experience, you can be assured that we can handle any job with precision and efficiency. Call Colorado Commercial & Residential Painting today for a no-obligation, free estimate and color consultation.
Our Painting Process
We will assess and communicate what the needs of your home are during your onsite free painting consultation and estimate.
We will provide you with a comprehensive quote detailing the job scope, requirements and price.
We will prepare the surface by power washing the exterior of the building and completing any repairs. This could include the following:
- Cover loose nails/screws
- Repair or replace damaged siding
- Priming any bare surfaces
We will prepare the area for the work by putting down drop cloths and masking off areas that are not getting painted and coordinating the schedule for proper and efficient execution.
We will complete the painting outlined on your signed contract.
We will unmask the area, clean up and dispose of any trash.
We will walk the project with you to ensure 100% satisfaction with the work completed and collect the final payment.
Townhomes vs Townhouses
Unlike condos or condominiums, these are actually distinct houses that are positioned side-by-side and share one or two walls between the neighboring homes.
Townhomes are typically part of an HOA that cover the maintenance of common areas, snow and trash removal, some landscaping at times and provide the common area insurance. You typically also own the land the townhome is built on and are also accountable for all of the exterior and interior upkeep.