The Carolina Painting and Pressure Cleaning History
Our Mission Statement
- To provide our customers with exceptional craftsmanship through our commitment to the details and standing behind the work we do.
- To provide customer service that exceeds our customers’ expectations founded on integrity, reliability and professionalism.
- To offer continual leadership and field training that benefits our employees and customers.
- To enjoy the work we do and the benefits of a job well done.
- To work as a team to be the best in the painting industry.
We believe it’s important that you know we’re properly licensed and insured. We’re protecting you and your property, which gives you peace of mind. Our workers are fully covered by Worker’s Compensation Insurance and you are protected by our General Liability Insurance policy. In SC, you can check the validity of anyone who says they have insurance and we suggest that you do. Verify Here!
We are also a member of the Painting Contractors Association (PCA). They are the number one authority for painting standards, training, and networking in the US and throughout the world. There are only a hand full of PCA members in SC and only 2 in the midlands. We are very proud of this affiliation and access to training. We are also one of the first members of The Pro Painter Network. PPN is a network of successful painting contractors through the USA dedicated to helping each other and sharing knowledge and insights so that we can run a more successful business and provide our customers with a job well done through products and processes.
Safety on the Job
Our Safety Policy is well documented. Take a look and see for yourself!
- All employees will follow these safe practice rules, assist safe operations in every way you can, and report all unsafe conditions and practices to your supervisor.
- All employees will be given frequent accident prevention instruction.
- If you are known to be under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, you will not be allowed to work.
- If you are known to be so tired, ill or upset that your ability or alertness is impaired enough to expose you or others to injury, you will not be allowed to work.
- Make sure that all guards and other protective devices are in place and correctly adjusted, and report deficiencies promptly to the supervisor.
- Horseplay, scuffling and similar acts that tend to endanger the safety or well-being of other employees are prohibited.
- Plan ahead and be sure that adequate supervision is available when working with equipment or handling heavy loads.
- Do not handle or attempt to repair any electrical equipment, machinery or air/water lines unless this is your job or unless you have received instruction from your supervisor in safe practices to be followed. Think Safety.
- Practice good housekeeping at all times.
- Supervisors will hold regular safety meetings, which all employees will be required to attend.
- Report all injuries and near misses promptly to your supervisor so that arrangements can be made for medical and/or first-aid treatment.
"...thanks for the incredible job your team did..."
Mark Marks, Village Square Theatre, Lexington SC
"The crew was absolutely amazing!"
"Everything was more that expected."
"Your crew did an excellent job."
"...above and beyond my expectation,"
"I certainly will recommend you to anyone I know who needs painting."
Thanks for the delicious cookies....they're almost gone and what a very clever idea "cookies in a paint can"... we were both very pleased with the work from your company. Thanks again and I certainly will recommend you to anyone I know who needs painting... Also we'll let you know when we need your services again... Thanks.
Wayne and Marge Henderson