About Fairfax County
Fairfax County is the most densely populated county in both the Commonwealth of Virginia, and the Washington, DC metropolitan area. It contains a hefty list of significant townships, independent cities, and unincorporated neighborhoods, including Vienna, Clifton, Herndon, Falls Church, Fairfax, Burke, Reston, Annandale, Centreville, Chantilly, Dunn Loring, Fairfax Station, Great Falls, Lorton, McLean, Oakton, and Springfield.
Painting Fairfax County
Painting in Fairfax County is an adventure in variety. The region contains a wide mixture of modern and historical construction, spanning from densely clustered row houses to luxury single-family homes. Certain neighborhoods, like Clifton, VA, have developmental restrictions that require all new construction to have at least 5 acres of land per residence, creating a neighborhood of widely spaced single family homes that are high individualized.
Other neighborhoods, like Burke and Centreville, are swelling to accommodate the influx of population into this sought-after region, and contain many developments which are extremely modern and tightly controlled by HOAs. Any painting and refinishing project undertaken in Fairfax County must incorporate the unique culture and architectural demands of the surrounding neighborhood.