Carpentry in Wayland 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.
Wayland was the first settlement of the Sudbury plantation, established in 1638, and incorporated in 1639. Among the 60 original men, women, and children, were 15 Puritan families who had traveled in the ship Confidence from England. These original families included the Curtises, Grouts, Stones, Haynes, Noyes, Bents, and Goodenows. Bringing with them the English pattern of farming, with collective fields and grazing along with individual lots, they named their town Sudbury after the town in Suffolk, where their pastor Edmund Brown and some of their company had lived. The original settlement was clustered one half mile northwest of the present town center, now Bow and Old Sudbury road. The abundant pasturage along the Sudbury River that attracted them is evident today at the town’s Cow Common conservation area and extensive Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge areas. Wayland and Sudbury residents established the Sudbury Valley Trust in 1953 in part to protect these lands. Today Wayland is in the top 5 communities in the state in conservation acreage.