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QUALITY RELIABLE PAINTING
Wagg’s Painting is committed to providing the best customer satisfaction through quality craftsmanship, reliability and high-grade professional painting at competitive prices. We invest in building a fruitful, long-term business relationship with each of our clients. We strive to be one of the leading painting companies in Central Ontario within the residential and commercial markets. Our assurance to every client is simple. We guarantee that you will find Wagg’s Painting to be the best company to meet all your painting and refinishing needs.
Wagg’s Painting is a family-owned company, based in Barrie, Ontario. We specialize in both interior and exterior painting, and can take care of any of you residential or commercial painting needs. We’re a small company, focused on high quality and making sure that our first time customers become return customers and friends. From the first free painting estimate phone call you will receive the quality and service you expect. Contact us today to find out how we can transform your next painting project.
HIGHEST RATED PAINTER
CENTRAL ONTARIO SERVICES
There is nothing like a nice coat of paint to make a room, a house or any space come alive — but a paint job is only as good as the painter doing it! Don’t take our word, read the reviews below.
- HOME PAINTING
- MINOR DRYWALL REPAIR
- WALLPAPER REMOVAL
- OFFICE PAINTING
- WALLPAPER REMOVAL
Thank you to Chris, Antoinette and the team at Wagg's Painting. We had the main floor of our home painted, some wall mounted items removed, and drywall repair. From my first contact through the completion of our job yesterday I couldn't be happier. Such a joy to work with! I highly recommend the professionals at Wagg's Painting!
November 9, 2022
We had Waggs Painting do our kitchen trim and walls. From the outset I knew his team was professional. Before they did anything, they put drop cloths everywhere. The walls and trim were done perfectly and in a timely fashion. They did an excellent cleanup….nothing at all left for me to do except stand back and admire the new look. Highly recommend.
September 15, 2022
You can look far and wide for a painting company, but I'm here to say Chris Wagg is your guy. He and his team made my newly purchased 22 year old home shine up like brand new. He has been nothing but professional, punctual, friendly and focused on every little detail. Would give 10 stars if I could. Simply outstanding work. Thanks so much to the Wagg's team!
July 6, 2022
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When it comes to painting, drywall repair, wallpaper removal, and more, we let the end results speak for themselves. If you’re not convinced, contact us now for more details. We guarantee satisfaction.
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Painting a house can be a big project. If you don’t know what you are doing, it can turn into an expensive mess fast. Why not seek the help of professionals? Contact us for your free estimate, or to discuss your specific needs
Why do painters wear white?
In England, in the 18th Century painters started wearing white clothing because the most popular paint colour used was white. More specifically – Whitewash. Whitewash was a common substance used mostly on the exterior of a building. The liquid was a cheap substitute for real paint. It would rub off onto your clothing if you leaned against even after it was quite dry.
Now think about the fact that whitewash was used outside. This meant that painters had to work long hours in the heat and sun, and the best colour to repel the sun is white, it made sense to wear white.
And finally, when you got plaster or whitewash on your clothes, the painter would still look clean.
Union painters provided the next good reason to maintain the white and turned the regular white clothing into a uniform they were proud to wear. The union painters wanted to differentiate themselves from the non-union painters, who would wear white shirts and dark pants, so union painters started wearing white pants, white shirt and a bowtie. Yes, a bowtie. Making them look more professional than the non-union painters.
Today, painters that wear white do so for many reasons.
I wear white because it shows customers and potential customers that I am a Professional Painter.
In case you want to get technical, white is not actually a colour! Pure white is the absence of colour. In other words, you can’t mix colours to create white. Therefore, white is the absence of colour in the strictest sense of the definition.
What type of paint do you use?
Benjamin Moore. Most often we use Regal Ulti-Matte by Benjamin Moore on the walls. In kitchens and bathrooms we like to use Aura Bath & Spa by Benjamin Moore because of its superior durability in rooms with moisture.
What should I do to prepare for painting?
The following are things you can do to prepare for painting:
- Remove any curtains and curtain rods from the walls we will be painting
- Circle lightly with a pencil all the holes that do not need to be filled prior to painting because you will be using them again after painting.
- Remove any light switch and receptacle covers from the walls we will be painting and set them aside. We suggest that you put them in a plastic bag with a zipper so you don’t lose any small screws
- If you’re able to move the furniture, please move it to the centre of the room and away from the walls to be painted.
what kind of safety precautions do you use?
Wagg‘s Painting is fully insured. If one of our painters gets injured on your property or damages something – it’s our insurance that will take care of it and not yours.