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General Info
The Queen Anne Way We are celebrating our 30th year of serving the greater Seattle area. We've completed over 600 paint jobs during the past two years and are proud to say that 80% were for our previous customers, by referral or at the recommendation of other industry professionals! The Queen Anne Difference Our Philosophy is to paint every house as if it were our own. Queen Anne Painting has earned its exceptional reputation in Seattle by delivering exactly what you expect in a painting contractor: Professionalism Fully equipped company vans for maximum efficiency Premiere job site safety and environmental compliance Daily project updates and communication Full-time production coordinator to allow our crews to focus on one job at a time and meet schedules. Office support staff available Monday to Friday from 9:00 to 5:00 to answer any customer questions, organize estimate visits, and handle general customer service needs Scheduled walk-throughs to assure customer satisfaction Skilled craftspeople Drug screened & background checked Full-time, uniformed employees (no sub-contractors or piece workers) Comprehensive training programs for craft skills, safe work practices and project management Fifteen crews with 6 years average tenure
Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Extra Phones

Phone: (206) 522-5133

Payment method
master card, check, visa, all major credit cards
Location
North side of Lake Union
Neighborhoods
Wallingford, Lake Union
AKA

Queen Anne Painting Company

Categories
Painting Contractors, Altering & Remodeling Contractors, Drywall Contractors, House Washing, Painting Contractors-Commercial & Industrial, Power Washing

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jhonyo22

12/18/2008

Overall
yeah whatever....

Don't know, just for one thing, the guy pressure washing that deck, is doing it the wrong way...;)...not my house.

I dont think so.....