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About Washington, DC

Washington, DC – The Nation’s Capital – is a patchwork of America’s history, and it shows in the city’s architecture.  Many of the urban dwellings are classic urban row houses, some of them built as early as the 1800s.  Taking pride in representing the country through the proud neighborhoods of its capitol city is an important part of being a painting contractor in Washington,DC.

Washington, DC Neighborhoods

Some of the significant neighborhoods within the Washington, DC city limits are Georgetown, Capitol Hill, Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan, Penn Quarter/Chinatown, Gallery Place, Tenleytown, FoggyBottom, Columbia Heights, Anacostia, U Street, Riverfront, and NoMa.  Painting in each of these neighborhoods provides us with a unique challenge and opportunity to shine.

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