Exterior Painting in Easton MA
Need a little curb appeal? It all starts with exterior house painting. You can choose Jose’s Painting knowing we will have your home looking brand new with a professional finish down to the smallest details. Our team dependable exterior painting professionals will tackle your list of painting jobs. Beginning with a complete prep work all the way to finish. Always using two coats of grade A paint to make your house stand out from all the others.
Our crew are trained craftsmen with years of experience whose skills and expertise ensure selection of the right products and applications for your home. We take the time to do it right through careful and thorough preparation to improve the quality and integrity of your paint job. While other exterior house painting companies require a deposit before a project begins, we won’t ask for a cent until all the work is completed.
Easton is a town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 23,112 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Greater Boston area. Easton was first settled in 1694 and was officially incorporated in 1725. In 1694, the first settler, Clement Briggs, established his home near the Easton Green. In 1711, the Taunton North Purchase area became Norton, and in 1713, the sixty-nine families settled in Easton and hired Elder William Pratt as their first minister. Prior to the settlers' establishment, the area was occupied by Native Americans as a hunting area and a burial ground. During King Philip's War, Metacom, also known as King Philip, used part of Easton as a headquarters for his troops. There was no legal parish in Easton until 1722, when the East Precinct of Norton was recognized. In 1725, the area was incorporated as the Town of Easton; it was so named because it was formerly called the "East End" of the Taunton North Purchase and was shortened by pronunciation to Easton. During the Revolutionary War, General George Washington stayed at the Benjamin Williams Tavern on Bay Road, which is now the second oldest existing house in Easton, while on his way to negotiate for cannonballs at the old Perry Foundry in Taunton.