Serving New Haven & Fairfield Counties, Norwalk, Stamford, Greenwich
Greenwich, CT Painting Contractor HIC#600605
Matching steps for the entrances to this Stamford home.
Using carpentry and drywall to re-build this ceiling. Now onto new paint to have this new addition blend seamlessly with the rest of the bathroom!
This area went from duct taped to seamlessly smooth after adding drywall to cover the hole in Stamford, CT.
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We are proud to be Stamford's painting contractor of choice. Since 1995, our local, family-owned business has worked hard to beautify homes throughout Stamford.
With an A+ Better Business Bureau rating and the State’s Longest Exterior-Painting Warranty, we are a trusted member of the Stamford community.
Contact our office for a list of projects completed in Stamford and start asking your friends and neighbors about their experiences with us. It is likely we have provided painting, pressure washing, deck refinishing or interior design services to someone you know!
Also, we are Stamford’s trusted source for Lead-Safe painting services. With over 15% of recent Stamford home sales built prior to 1978, you can rely on us to safely and professionally re-paint your home. Our EPA training allows us to test for possible lead paint and to legally work on your home if it was built prior to 1978.
Please explore our website and call us to schedule your free estimate and find out more about the service and value we provide your community. We appreciate the opportunity to earn your business and we look forward to working with you.
Stamford Hospital reached out to MDF for an interior painting. Their hallways were pasty white and we wanted to bring some color to it, especially during these difficult times! Our team was very ambitious to do their best work. They wanted to do anything to make the patients and workers happier and what better way than adding some color to the walls! We prepped the space and team members divided and conquered multiple hallways in this hospital. We chose a bright olive green which brought color to the space and also matched well. Thank you for this opportunity Stamford Hospital, it was our pleasure!
Keith and Marion, we're looking at getting their deck stained And they decided to call MDF to have it professionally done. Jamie our sales guy went out and gave them their quote. While he was there, he recommended they use the Sherwin Williams Superdeck transparent stain. And they decided to go with it and match the stain color they had before.
Crew leader, Gustavo, and his crew began by pressure washing the entire deck. They allowed it to dry then sanded the deck to remove the loose and peeling stain. After sanding the next step was to stain, they applied a finishing coat of the transparent stain. Lastly, Keith also requested we stain the spindles, railings, posts, bench, steps, stringers with a finishing coat of the same stain.
Michele reached out to MDF to get the interior of his Stamford, CT home done.
Crew leader Anthony, and his crew began with the bathroom. On the ceiling they applied one full coverage coat of Benjamin Moore paint. Then they added a fresh coat of Benjamin Moore paint to all the walls in the color to match the preexisting shade. The crew painted all the trims including the window, mirror, door trim, baseboard trim, and the Wayne’s coting. They also painted the door. For both the trams and the door, Michele requested we color match the paint. Anthony removed the heater panel and stripped all the old paint off to then be able to paint it in the same shade it was before. When they were done in the bathroom Michele asked that we paint the Control wall and one wall in the dining room which she provided the paint for us, all that was left for us to do was prep and paint the wall. The next room we worked on was Michaels studio where we repaired two holes and one crack along the wall, we then painted over the completed carpentry Job. we were also asked to paint the staircase walls
When the job was complete crew leader Anthony, Michele, and Max did the final walkthrough to ensure 100% customer satisfaction.
Neil contacted MDF a year in advanced to have his deck stained in the spring.
The crew began by pressure washing the entire deck. And continued by sanding the deck to remove any loose and peeling stain. After the areas were sanded the crew applied a coat of Sherwin Williams Superdeck (solid) stain to match the existing color. He also requested we stain the spindles, railings, posts, and five flowerpots with the same stain. Once the stain was applied on the deck Neil was not satisfied with the color, so he decided to change it. Once the solid stain was applied for the second time he was happy with the results.
Maura called MDF to professionally pressure wash the entire exterior of her home, front walkway & stoop including her roof. For the roof we used a broom to remove any moss then soak with a solution for this particular roof we did not rinse after because the solution will eat away at the dirt, mold, and mildew, the solution being used for this project is called the Jomax Solution. Then the exterior and remaining areas will be pressure washed thoroughly to ensure a fully cleaned surface except the roof.
Dagmar decided it was time his deck and bridge get a new look. So, he called MDF to get the job done.
For the deck and French doors crew leader, Gustavo, began by pressure washing them. Once the areas were fully dry the deck was sanded to remove any loose or peeling stain/ paint. As for the French doors they were painted, along with the trim and sashes in the color that was originally there. The crew also stained the spindles, railings, and posts with a coat of the preexisting color. The bridge was pressure washed and sanded to remove any loose or peeling paint/ stain then a coat of stain was applied to the spindles, railings, and posts. Dagmar loved the end results.
Douglas called MDF to professionally power wash, paint and stain certain areas of his ranch style home located in Stamford, CT.
Jeremia, one of our crew leaders, got to work. He began by pressure washing all areas of the home including the whole exterior, the front walkway along with the rear walkway, slate patio, porch, stone wall, and deck. After pressure washing these areas and allowing it to fully dry, the exterior of the home, porch, and deck were sanded so that once dusted off the crew can apply a new coat of paint or stain. For all the trims we applied a coat of Sherwin Williams Exterior Emerald, Satin paint. The color choices were all to match the preexisting colors that were on the home.
After keeping the referrals, he has received about MDF in mind, Patrick calls us to pressure wash and stain the entire rear deck of his home in Stamford, CT.
His deck needed to be prepped for sanding by power washing all the dirt and mold. Once the deck is fully dry the crew is ready to sand away the loose and peeling stain that was previously there. When the deck becomes a clean canvas, we then applied a coat of the Benjamin Moore Arborcoat solid stain to match to existing color of the deck. In addition to staining his deck he requested that we sand and stain the spindles, railings, steps, posts, and lattice using the Benjamin Moore Arborcoat solid stain to match the existing color as well.
Ken and Lynn called MDF Painting after hearing great reviews from a friend. Their insurance was covering severe cracks in their ceiling that also needed new paint. MDF scheduled them right away to help this stressful process go as smoothly as possible.
The cracked ceilings were in the bathroom and living room. Painters applied the DAP repair kit to each crack, which is our go-to product for lasting drywall repairs. After adding the mesh and letting the spackle dry, the painting prep work included sanding down the ceiling. When the patch was even with the rest of the ceiling, new paint was added in each room. For the living room, it was a flat finish, while the bathroom used a semi-gloss. Ken appreciated that the crew arrived on time, and talked him through the process. He loved the results and sleeps easier knowing those cracks are sealed tight!
The first time Keith C. called MDF Painting, he wanted to paint the exterior of his home. His siding had peeling issues, so MDF painters power washed and sanded his home. They prepped for paint by using a slow-drying oil-based primer and applying a rust inhibitor to all the nail heads. Keith didn't want his shutters painted, so they were removed and rehung after the paint dried. The exterior trim was painted using Sherwin Williams Emerald Satin, while the siding used Sherwin Williams Woodscapes to better adhere to the wood. All the paint was custom color-matched by painters to ensure the colors would remain the same.
Keith loved the results of his exterior so much, he recently called MDF again, to stain his deck. Painters prepped using pressure washing and sanding to remove the previous stain. He wanted to use a clear stain that wouldn't add any color to the deck. This shows off the unique beauty of the wood. MDF was excited to paint for Keith again on this deck staining project!
Tony C called MDF Painting for a full interior paint job and requested light carpentry work too. This included installing crown molding in three rooms. MDF was happy to help refresh the home's interior!
The painting scope covered most of the home, and each room was painted top to bottom, including ceilings, walls, window trims, door trims, and baseboards. Painters prepped each of the sixteen rooms for painting by repairing areas as needed with compound and fiberglass tape, then sanding down. They prepped for the crown molding installation with sanding and caulking so everything would be ready for paint. When everything was ready, the paint crews applied primer. The ceiling was painted white with a flat finish, while the trims used a semi-gloss finish for easier cleaning. The colors changed for the walls in every room but used a matte finish. Tony loved his new interiors!
Joe and Claudia B. contacted MDF Painting after a successful re-paint of their exterior last spring for an interior update. The foyer, stairwells, and hallways needed fresh paint.
The walls didn't need to be resurfaced before painting. Due to the re-arrangement of wall decorations, the nail pops in the walls were already filled and sanded down. The color was a soft pastel gray infused blue that didn't need to be updated. Painters took a chip to Benjamin Moore for custom color-matching in a flat sheen, Ashwood Gray. This was a top to bottom re-paint that included full coverage on the ceilings, walls, doors & trims, baseboards, risers, and stringers. While painters were working, Joe & Claudia decided to add another task. Their equipment room ceiling had cracked, and MDF was glad to help repair it. Painters added screws, three layers of a lightweight compound, and Strait-Flex Drywall Tape to repair the crack. After re-painting, you would never be able to tell! Joe and Claudia loved the results for both jobs, and we were happy to work with them again!