Royal York Road is an arterial road in Toronto running from the north all the way to the south. The road starts near the shoreline of Lake Ontario slightly south of the Lakeshore Boulevard and moves towards the north up to the Dixon Road.
It passes through the 5 neighborhoods of the Humber Valley Village, Kingsway, Queensway, Sunnylea and Mimico. Forming the boundary between the Richview and Humber Heights neighborhoods, it cuts across the three creeks of Mimico, Humber and Silver, and across two of the Humber River tributaries.
The Royal York Road is made up of almost all types of homes and business structures with shops, restaurants, office blocks and other facilities.
Home Painters Toronto is the contractor of choice for most of the residents and businesspeople along the Royal York Road and in its adjacent neighborhoods. Our team has all the necessary skills, experience, tools and techniques that will suit any type of building or client.
From exterior painting of homes and shops to the interior painting of new buildings, existing homes and offices, we have tailor-made solutions that cater to all needs. Whether you want to paint your home to improve its looks and curb appeal, or simply want to repaint for reselling, Home Painters Toronto is the best suited contractor to assist you.
We transform your home using our efficient and well-planned techniques that start with a preliminary inspection of your home. Our team will check for any defects such as rotting wood, damp surfaces, mold, mildew or other contaminants that would degrade the quality of the paint finish.
Our color consultant will also analyze your home’s exteriors, the surroundings, house style and other features. This will form a basis for selecting the best color combination that connects all the different sections seamlessly.
The project begins with the removal of all dirt, growth and contaminants, then repairs and cleaning of all the surfaces. Once the surfaces are dry, our highly skilled painters will do the priming and painting using our advanced techniques which provide you with a first class, admirable finish that revitalizes your home and business.
Home Painters Toronto services
Our professional painting services in Royal York Road cover all areas near Lake Ontario, Lakeshore Blvd, Dixon Road, and all buildings in the Humber Valley Village, Kingsway, Queensway, Sunnylea, Richview, Humber heights and Mimico neighborhoods. We also serve areas near the Mimico, Silver and Humber creeks, the Humber River, Scarlett Heights, All Saints Catholic Elementary School, Royal York Plaza and Lambton Mills Cemetery. Others include areas near Humbertown Shopping Centre, Etobicoke School of the Arts, Mimico Linear Park, Mimico GO Station, Entrepreneurial Academy, Riverside Cemetery Royal York subway station, Bishop Allen Academy and Sanctuary Park Cemetery.
Home Painters Toronto is the best painting contractor you will ever engage for all your painting projects in the Royal York Road area. We have an array of highly skilled staff covering all aspects of home and building improvement services. Led by the project manager, the team comprises of professional painters, masons, carpenters, color consultants and much more.
In addition, we have continuous staff development programs to improve and equip our workers with efficient and modern technical and customer relationship skills. Our team leader will keep you updated at every stage and allow you to inspect and approve once the project is completed. The project will only end once we have met all your requirements at the highest standards possible. This gives you a durable and beautiful finish that breathes new life into your business or home.
Home Painters Toronto addresses each customer’s unique and diverse needs with professional painting services. Please call our customer representatives to organize a site survey and a complete solution that will transform your structure.
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