Dewey Square across from Boston’s South Station has a new mural, thanks in part to Arch Painting. The old mural from 2016 was first washed and scraped, then fully primed by Arch with ProBlock, leaving a blank slate for the new artist. This year’s mural is a landscape titled “Carving Out Fresh Options” designed by Shara Hughes and executed by Overall Murals. 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
Arch Painting has had such an incredible 2016 so far, and we have our friends, family, and of course, our clients to thank.
We want to make sure we do our part and give back to those who have not been so fortunate. That is why Arch has donated over 200 gallons of paint to a local church in Haiti, to be distributed to communities in need. Read More
For almost 20 years, Arch Painting has been a trusted name in the New England community. We’ve painted for friends, neighbors, schools, hospitals; you name it, we’ve painted it, and always with the same level of commitment! It’s been this dedication to exceptional service that has helped us grow into New England’s leading painting company. Read More