Fitzpatrick Painting

Fitzpatrick Painting is a full service painting and renovation company serving the Albany, Corvallis, Salem and Eugene markets.

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Gary P.

Review of Lifetime Exteriors by

· Beaverton

Time to completion was a bit longer than I expected, however, the quality of the final result was well worth the wait. In their defense it was a mild winter and they are extremely busy with much larger projects.

Molly W.

Review of System Pavers by

· Portland

Their customer service was excellent and it felt like a team project. They were enthusiastic about the work we were doing together. They took a lot of pride in what they did. They were responsive to design modifications and were sensitive to construction disruptions. They were respectful and clean u... more

Chad P.

Review of Superior Exterior Systems by

· Fairview

Our siding project went very smoothly from the beginning through to the end. There was no pressure put on us when it came to us choosing Superior Exterior Systems. They were very honest and and gave us a reasonable price for our project. We would recommend them to any of our family or friends, knowi... more


Review of Precision Countertops, Inc. by


My countertop seam is uneven, and I am told you can't polish it??? The edges are polished, so it should be possible to polish the top. I also feel ripped off with the amount I paid to have my plumbing hooked up. I was told you would be putting in new valves, and that was why the price was so high.... more

I have a large property, while there are trees that cover my house (and roof) I was wondering if solar panels made sense? Even if they weren't directly on roof?
Jul 25, 2018
Hi Brian,  Yes in those cases a ground mounted solar array may be your best option. You can site the solar in a more ideal location for sun access. There is typically some added cost involved in a gro ... read more
Can I have existing grout , covered or regrouted to make even and change color
Mar 30, 2016
Hello Linda,  Typically,  you do not want to cover existing grout. You will need to remove the old grout and apply your new colored grout. A tile contractor can help you with this project. Please let ... read more

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