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November 2013

Would you like 20% off any of our services?

Would you like 20% Off any of our services? Did you know Williams Painting now has Property Owners Maintenance Programs?
 
You may be wondering what that is? I will be happy to tell you. Williams Painting knows your home is your biggest investment and needs periodic updates when it comes to your painting, staining, and power washing needs. We have come up with a way to make those needs more affordable then ever. and here is how it works.
 
We set you up on a affordable monthly savings plan to accrue an annual maintenance budget through the year.

Is your investment properties making you money?

Do you own income properties? Do you have rental properties, homes, condos or apartments that you rent or lease? Did you know Williams Painting offers a painting maintenance program that can give you access to all our services at a special rate that will keep all your properties looking great and keep them rented.
 
We all know that when people are looking for a new place to rent or lease the first thing that sells your place is how nice it looks inside and out. If it is old and out dated it may sit empty for months on end not making any revenue.

What is a Lintel????

What's a Lintel?
No were not talking about lentil's you put in soup. Most people have heard of and a lot of folks have eaten them. The lintels I am referring to are likely on your home. Well that is if you happen to live in a brick home. If you do you wouldn't want to try and eat these lintels you would break your teeth (notice the spelling is different) the edible is spelled  lentil and the one on your home is lintel.( Clever how all you do is switch the I & E )
 
So what is a lintel then?
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