Master Painting Company Master Painting Company

My name is Philip Hammond. I am the sole proprietor of the Master Painting Company of Marshfield, Massachusetts. My company byline is Fourth Generation Painter. My philosophy is "Give people their money's worth."

I have been in business for myself for 20 years on the South Shore of Massachusetts and in the painting trade for 30 years.

Photo: Phil HammondAs a Master Painter, I offer a wide variety of residential and commercial renovation services from power washing to bathroom remodeling and interior and exterior painting. One of my specialties is restorative pressure washing, where years of neglect can be washed away and a new layer of beautiful wood is revealed and can then be properly preserved.

I also provide skilled carpentry services to repair and replace damaged wood and restore the beauty of your property. My carpentry services include full window and door replacements, repairs or replacement of exterior house trim and interior house moldings and trim, and other general carpentry repairs.

My Guarantee

I guarantee that my paint job will last longer than any other previous paint job you have had. I can do this because I take the time to prepare the job right and use the finest materials available for the job. My experience in the field and relationships with manufacturers has taught me which products hold up the best in each situation.

There is a product on the market that bills itself as a lifelong and liquid vinyl siding. If you are familiar at all with what makes a paint job last, you know it has to do with three things:

  1. How your home is constructed; specifically how well does it breathe? In other words, does it vent moisture well?

  2. Preparation and priming. Priming dry wood well is paramount.

  3. Quality materials applied under acceptable circumstances in the prescribed method.

Without these three, no job will last. With them, they will last only as long as the house and Mother Nature permit.

That's why I guarantee I'll give you the longest lasting paint job your house has ever had. I do the proper preparation. I know how to do the job right the first time; and I don't cut corners.

Please contact me for a free consultation and a no obligation estimate on your next painting or remodeling project.

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Master Painting Company
109 Island Street
Marshfield, MA 02020

Fourth Generation Painter
In business since 1986

Cell: 508-527-6416

Benefits of Using Interior Painters

When you decide to paint your home's interior, another critical choice often follows: does the scope and size of the job allow you to do it yourself, or will you require the assistance of interior painters (also known as a contractor)? There are many benefits to hiring a professional painter. Using the services of a painter can often prove to be an invaluable asset to your painting projects.

Contractors have access to much more efficient equipment than a typical homeowner would, such as paint sprayers and specialty rollers. These make the paint jobs go far quicker, and in most cases, offer a higher-quality paint job than a standard brush or paint roller. While it is true that this equipment can be rented, contractors, in most cases, have the necessary expertise to use them without incurring a higher cost (misusing a paint sprayer can easily waste paint and therefore money). Additionally, contractors sometimes have access to additional staff, which can increase the cost of a job, but also result in a much faster completion.

Contractors are often more experienced at interior painting jobs than the homeowner hiring them, and as such are able to complete the job more effectively. The interior painters are aware of the various municipal codes and/or regulations that may be in effect in your area, and if they will affect your paint job in any way.

The hardest (and often most expensive) part of any painting job lies within the labor itself; not just the painting, but also the prep work and the cleanup. It is a part of a contractor's job to completely take care of preparing the work area (drop cloths, protective plastic, sanding, if necessary/applicable) and the cleanup afterwards. Additionally, if you hire a contractor to do it for you, you are available to do other things while they paint.

The main argument when deciding whether to hire someone or do it yourself is always a variant of quality versus cost. With professional interior painters, you pay more money, but get a higher quality job and faster completion. When doing it yourself, you may save money, but sacrifice time and labor. Once you factor in the cost of your own time, the cost of equipment you will need, plus the possible mishaps and do-overs, you may find that hiring painters is well worth the money.