Veteran Owned & Operated. Proudly Serving The Dallas/Ft.Worth Metroplex.


Each painting project is unique. Depending on the scope of work to be completed your estimator will discuss with you the projected start date and completion date of your project before work gets under way. However, the vast majority of our painting projects take less than a week to complete; even whole-home repaints.

Of course! Any paint that we buy for your project will be left on the premises. If we use all the paint to finish your project, we will get you a complimentary gallon for future touch ups

We are prefer both lines of the Sherwin Williams products as well as BEHR. They last the longest and are most resistant to stains.


The type of fence you have installed will determine how long it will last. Chain link and vinyl fences will last almost a lifetime. Wood generally lasts 12 to 15 years.

Vinyl, ornamental iron, and wood are our premium products, while chain link fences are the most cost effective. Exact pricing depends on the scope and scale of your project. We offer a free consultation that includes pricing estimates.

When the job is done, your yard will look the same as it did before we arrived, only with a gorgeous new fence.


Limited lifetime warranty means that your product will be free of defects for the life of the product. This does not mean the product will last your lifetime. If you move or sell your house, the gutter warranty will no longer be applicable to the new home owners.

Seamless gutters prevent leakage, therefore they will have our highest recommendation because they require little to no maintenance. Further, gutter covers eliminate the need to ever clear out leaves again.


Generally speaking, 10-12yrs is the normal life of most roofing. Warning signs include: missing shingles, visible cracks, leaky ceilings, and more. These are the signs that it’s time to invest in gorgeous new roofing to prevent other repairs and expenses within the home.

Not necessarily. Leaks can result from flashings that have come loose or a section of the roof system being damaged. A complete roof system failure, however, generally is irreversible and a result of improper installation or choice of materials or the roof system installation is inappropriate for the home or building.