San Diego Residential Painting Contractor Interior Exterior Services Launched

Double G Painting & General Contracting has launched an updated service for San Diego customers. They provide high quality interior and exterior paint work with a special discount available.

San Diego, United States - December 6, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Double G Painting & General Contracting has launched an updated service for customers around San Diego looking for the best interior and exterior residential painting. As part of the new service update, they are offering a $500 discount on any work carried out.

More information can be found at: https://doublegpainters.com

The team at Double G Painters & General Contractors prides itself on high quality service and works hard to ensure each customers’ job is completed above and beyond their expectations. The launch of their newly updated services include interior painting, exterior painting, commercial painting and contractor services in the local area.

Double G Painting & Contracting was founded by John Gregg, who dreamed about owning his own company since he grew up working with his father.

For over 20 years now he has focused on high quality service throughout San Diego County. As part of this commitment to the best service, he personally oversees each project and inspects the quality of work.

The team specializes in living room painting, bedroom painting, bathroom painting, closet painting, kitchen painting, dining room painting, home office painting, foyer painting, garage painting, hallway painting, and other types of interior paint.

While many homeowners may consider doing their interior paint work themselves, in the long run this can be more costly and time consuming.

The team at Double G can provide professional experience from beginning to end. Customers can discuss their goals and vision directly with John, who prides himself on 100% satisfaction.

One of the key benefits of working with Double G is that they guarantee up-front pricing with no hidden fees.

The team states: “In a world where painters and contractors are a dime a dozen and can be found anywhere online, Double G contracting and painting stands apart in every way. John Gregg has been able to stand the test of time by incorporating his passion for painting and building a company that doesn’t cut corners and ensures quality every time.”

Full details of the newly updated services can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: John G
Email: Send Email
Organization: Double G Painting & General Contracting
Address: 7263 Wembley St, San Diego, CA 92120, United States
Phone: +1-619-665-0754
Website: https://doublegpainters.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88937900

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