Adding color to your home doesn’t have to be time consuming, expensive, or difficult. Give the interior of your house a colorful update or add some extra curb appeal this spring with these easy residential painting ideas from Arch Painting. We’ve gathered seven small house painting projects that can give your home a major refresh with minimal hassle. Read More
Nestled twenty minutes from Boston in Peabody, Mass. on 90 pristine acres is Brooksby Village – a continuing care retirement community featuring both independent living neighborhoods and assisted living accommodations, as well as a plethora of community spaces and amenities.
Looking to maintain its welcoming reputation, the client came to Arch Painting to make improvements to two of its buildings – Rose Court and Evergreen Terrace. Outdated, peeling wallcovering covered much of the common areas in these two housing units, behind some of which there was hidden water damage. Read More
Sherwin-Williams’ 2018 Color of the Year is Oceanside, a deep blue with jewel-toned green, meant to “boost creative thinking and clarity of thought.” If you’re looking for a boost of creativity in 2018, why not bring a pop of this welcoming paint color into your home? Whether you want a big impact or something subtler, here are five ways to use this rich paint color in your house this year. Read More
Flooding, melting snow, a leaky roof or windows, burst pipes – there are no shortage of ways water can cause damage to the inside of your home or business. No one ever plans for this sort of disaster, and so many people end up overwhelmed and frustrated by the cleanup and restoration process. Read More
2018 wasted no time kicking off with one of the most massive snow storms New England has seen in years.
As you head outside to start clearing up the aftermath, we want to share with you some helpful (but easily forgotten) information for keeping your home and business safe. No doubt you will be busy clearing your driveway or parking lot and stairs and walkways, but don’t forget to look up and check your roof! Read More
It’s time for our final project feature of the year!
The corrugated metal ceiling in the basement production area of this 13,000 sqft water purification plant was heavily rusted due to a chemical spill three years ago. Despite being cleaned by Clean Harbors, damage to the existing coating on ceiling continued as time passed. Read More
As 2017 draws to a close, we are taking a look back at some of the year’s most notable projects. This client, a sprawling Cape resort, called on Arch Painting to help restore the historical charm of its exterior that had been weathered by time and whipping ocean winds. Read More
The home of the James L. McKeown Boys & Girls Club of Woburn has a long and rich history. The original facility, including Lucky’s Pool, was constructed in 1963, with the club officially opening its doors in June of the following year. In 1970, enough funds were raised to build an addition that included a gym, weight room, and locker room. Other modifications and upgrades were made over the years as Club membership continued to grow, including the admittance of girls as equal members in 1991.
During the 50th anniversary celebration in 2014, a campaign was announced that aimed to raise $8 million for the renovation and expansion of the facility. In September of 2016 these efforts paid off and construction began on what promised to be a beautiful, contemporary space. Read More
One of the challenges you may face if you are updating your facility or building a new one is finding products that meet today’s stringent healthcare codes without sacrificing the comfort you want for your residents. You don’t want them to feel like they live in an institution, or a hotel for that matter, but it isn’t always easy to strike a balance between the two. Fortunately, there are a number of products now on the market that will help you realize the look and feel you are trying to achieve, that are also up to par with the latest healthcare requirements. Read More