Last Call: Secure Your Spot for Summer 2023 Exterior Painting!

Hey there, fellow Oregonians! Can you believe how fast this summer has zoomed by? We’re here to give you a friendly nudge and a virtual high-five because guess what? We’ve got a mere 5 spots left for exterior painting before we shift gears to Summer 2024! Yep, you read that right – the clock’s ticking louder than ever, and we’re about to close the paint can on this season’s exterior magic.

Now, we know you might be thinking, “What’s the rush? It’s still sunny, right?” But here’s the scoop, folks: Oregon’s weather likes to play peekaboo with us. One moment, it’s all smiles and sunscreen, and the next, it’s like the skies opened up and said, “Time to put those brushes down!” So, if you’re harboring dreams of giving your house a facelift, you’ve got a teeny window to make it happen. Our dear state might be a land of majestic forests and hipster coffee shops, but it’s also a land where exterior painting turns into an umbrella sport faster than you can say “water-resistant.”

Let’s get real for a sec – leaving your humble abode at the mercy of Oregon’s wild weather is like sending it to a wilderness survival camp without any gear. Don’t let your home stand there shivering and thinking, “Is it winter yet?” Your walls deserve better! Regular painting and staining are like cozy sweaters for your house – they keep it warm, protected, and fashionably fabulous. So, while you’re out there sipping on pumpkin spice lattes and navigating autumn leaves, your home can rock a fresh coat and stand up to whatever Mother Nature throws its way.

In conclusion, folks, we’re waving the “Last Call” flag for all things exterior painting this summer. Snag one of those precious 5 spots and let’s give your home the love and protection it deserves. Remember, Oregon’s weather might be unpredictable, but your decision to paint smart isn’t. Let’s paint the town – or your home – while the sun still shines!

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