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Fresh Coat Painters of Shrewsbury

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Fresh Coat Painters of Shrewsbury


6 Rolling Hill Rd
Shrewsbury Massachusetts 01545
United States of America



Fresh Coat Painters of Shrewsbury, proudly serving also in St. Cloud, Maple Grove and Buford are places where the ancient art of painting merges seamlessly with modern innovation. We stand apart, not just as a painting company but as a beacon of transparency and expertise in the industry. Our state-of-the-art proposal system, delivered directly to your inbox, ensures you're always informed, making the painting experience clear and hassle-free. As a distinguished member of the Painting Contractors Association and a Lead-Certified company, we elevate the standards, transforming painting from a mere task to an immersive journey into the vibrant world of colors. We are distinguished by our commitment to transparency in all transactions. At Fresh Coat Painters of Shrewsbury, we believe that you should never be left in the dark about your project. Our dedicated estimator ensures that from the moment you envision a color palette to the last meticulous brushstroke, you're always in the loop. Explore a world of painting that is more than just applying colors. It's about creating experiences.


About Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury (/ˈʃruzberi/ SHROOZ-bury) is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 38,325 according to the 2020 United States Census, in nearly 15,000 households.Incorporated in 1727, Shrewsbury prospered in the 19th-century due to its proximity to Worcester, and from visitors to Lake Quinsigamond. The town is governed under the New England representative town meeting system, headed by the Town Manager and five-member elected Select Board. == History == The Town of Shrewsbury, named for Shrewsbury, England, is a community with an uneven and hilly terrain cut by a number of minor streams providing several small water power sites. Grants of land were made in what would eventually be the town beginning in 1664, with the 3,200-acre (13 km2) grant called Haynes Farm as the largest.

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