Carpentry in Southborough MA
At Jose's Painting Company, we don't take carpentry lightly. Our carpenters repair broken frames, siding, or any repairs done prior to painting.
As professional painters, we often find the need to make repairs or make small installations before applying paint to a surface. The window sills may be cracked, the door and window frames may have rotted wood, the deck may need to be repaired, or the railings may be rusted. Whatever the reason, Jose’s Painting Company will focus on finishing, repairing, and replacing surfaces to ensure the most effective painting results.
Southborough is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. It incorporates the smaller villages of Cordaville, Fayville, and Southville. Its name is often informally shortened to Southboro, a usage seen on many area signs and maps, though officially rejected by town ordinance. Its population was 9,767 at the 2010 census, in nearly 3,000 households. Southborough was first settled in 1660 and was officially incorporated in July 1727. Southborough was primarily a farming community until mills began to tap the small rivers that ran through the town. By the end of the 19th century, Southborough was home to the manufacture of plasters, straw bonnets, boots, and shoes, among other things. In 1727, Southborough split off as the "south borough" of Marlborough, much as Westborough had split off from Marlborough in 1717, ten years before. In 1898, the Fayville Dam was constructed to produce several reservoirs to supply a growing Boston with water. As a result, manufacturing vanished, and Southborough did not see substantial growth until the high-tech boom of the 1970s. The Fay, Burnett, and Choate families along with hundreds of others had a major impact on the development of the town as it is known today. Buildings such as St. Mark's Church, St. Mark's School, the Library, and the Community House and the Fay School were all derived from or were direct products of these families.