Awards & Special Recognition
In 2005, Superior Painting of NRV was featured on the cover of Professional Painting Contactor magazine. Superior Painting of NRV and Don Stoner were awarded the recognition by fulfilling an extensive nomination and selection process based on customer satisfaction through Sherwin-Williams.
Home Painter Perspective
Superior Painting is not only the name of the company but also reflects the quality of our completed projects. Deadlines are always met and communication with the customer is always a top priority.
One Element that contributes greatly to the quality of our complete work is that we pressure wash all surfaces, prior to painting. This ensures a top quality appearance and lengthens the life of the completed project. We have been awarded numerous contracts on Virginia historical landmarks, which have proven to be very challenging and rewarding experiences.
Although this company has been in business since 2001, I have experience in the painting field starting at age 12 working in marinas and boatyards in the Northern Neck of Virginia. My four employees have been with me for at least six years and each brings a minimum of 10 years previous experience.
I buy from Sherwin-Williams because they have superior products such as Duration for exteriors and ProMar 200 for interiors. They realize time is money and get me in and out of the store in a hurry while making sure I have everything I need. Without Sherwin-Williams my company could never have grown at this rate and achieved the success that our reputation reflects.
In My Own Words, Home Painter Perspective
Christiansburg getting a shot of Caffeine
Tracy Newell-Foutz will open The West Main Coffee Depot on Sept. 14 in downtown.
Christiansburg - When Tracy Newell-Foutz looks at downtown Christiansburg she doesn't see empty storefronts, see sees coffee drinkers.
That's why Newell-Foutz, a member of the Montgomery School Board and mother of five, decided in March she was going to try her hand as a small-business owner. She was driving past the former Shelton & Walters Men's Clothing store on West Main Street with her husband one day when the empty blue building caught her eye.
I should start a coffee shop there, she said.
Christiansburg needs something like that.
Newell-Foutz bought the building in May, and the past few months have been full of planning, tearing down and rebuilding. the West Main Coffee Depot is scheduled to open on Sept. 14. Newell-Foutz has hired Christiansburg companies to handle the bulk of the work, form the plumbers to the painters to the sign makers.
I'm going to be a small-business person, so I'm going to start it out by supporting small business, she said.
If I'm pumping my money into the economy, I want it to be the local economy.
Newell-Foutz doesn't see her shop as the savior to a faltering local economy. She sees plenty of businesses in downtown Christiansburg that could provide her with customers. In addition to the police officers, courthouse and government employees who work downtown everyday, there are people who take their children to the dance studio across the street or drop off relatives at the nearby medical offices.
- by Greg Esposito, The Roanoke Times
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