Services and Products

  • Interior and Exterior Painting
  • Custom painting and crown molding
  • Walkway, balcony, and pool deck coatings
  • Flat roof coatings, repairs, and seam work
  • Caulking, glazing, and waterproofing
  • Fine interior finishes and stain packages
  • Pressure washing and hydro blasting
  • Sandblasting and shot blasting
  • Structural steel and industrial coatings
  • Epoxy and aliphatic urethane garage floor coatings

Why Hire Us?

  • Inspection and approval checklist
  • Testing and measurement records for review
  • Employee training in quality and ethics THE ANCHOR PLEDGE
  • Job progress reports
  • Final walk-through and punch list acceptance procedures
  • Non-prorated labor and material warrantee and delivery
  • Long list of local satisfied customers
  • Extra preparation, sealing, and two times the caulking is the anchor trademark


Anchor Painting Company offers a unique service to all of our customers during the color selection process. Instead of handing you a color deck and waiting for your decision, we’ll guide you through the entire process from start to finish. We will supply you and other board members with color swatches, and we offer our advice on color schemes including body, trim, and accent combinations.

For a small fee we hace the technology available to take a digital photo of your property and show you what your color selections would look like before you paint. You can get up to three virtual concepts to help you visualize the colors during the review process. Final versions will be emailed or posted for the board or property manager for final decision. It’s like taking a paintbrush to your entire property, without the mess!

Safety program

Safety is a critical component of our employee training program. All of our employees at Anchor Painting Company are strongly guided each week in our safety meeting to implement what they have learned on and off the job.

Safety meetings cover a wide range of job safety topics ranging from eye safety to specialty tool operation. We observe OSHA safety guidelines as well as recommended training per the requirements of our insurance carrier.

We have a perfect safety record and we mean to keep it that way. Below are a list of topics that our employees have learned or are in the process of learning through our toolbox topics safety meetings held weekly:

  • Fall devices and critical systems
  • Eye safety and protection
  • Lifting procedures and back braces
  • First aid and communication to 911 operators
  • Climbing a ladder
  • Sanitation and health
  • Fire hazards and combustible materials
  • Lighting and electrical hazards
  • Walking in uneven surfaces
  • Emergency exits and unobstructed walkways
  • Stairs, stairwells, and confined spaces
  • Power tool safety
  • Heating invalidation
  • Heat exhaustion
  • Required OSHA recordkeeping
  • Unseen hazards below the surface (holes in grass, and trip hazards)
  • Reporting hazards and injuries
  • Injury specific first aid (wounds, shock, burns, neck and back injuries, heat exhaustion)
  • Accident investigation reporting
  • Safety rules, policies, and procedures