Saturday, January 6, 2018
Refer a Friend and Both Shall Receive
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Pallas Painting is excited to provide a new incentive.All you have to do is refer new clients to our company and you will be compensated.
A Special Thanks to You!
According to our records, more than 60% of our clients have recommend
our company to friends, family, Etc. We would like to give a big “Thank You” by providing you the following plan.
Refer and You both shall receive
When you refer someone to our company and they receive
an written estimate from us. You will receive $30 and your friend will receive an immediate $30 off Labor costs. If your friend
goes with our company, we will double your amount to $60. The more you refer, the more you get!
our company to more than 8 friends. You will move up to VIP. What does this mean for you? We will start giving you $50 instead
of $30 and it doubles when they go with our company.
How it works:
When you refer your friend,
they must mention your name by the following:
or on completed web form. If they don’t mention your name, you don’t get the bonus.
We must complete their project and be paid in full
· We will pay you one referral fee per person. Example: If client decides to do additional work at a
later date, you will not be compensated again.
You will receive your referral bonus within 10 days, via Mail with
Thank you for caring enough to help Pallas Painting, Inc grow. Thank You for your loyalty and Business.
Friday, December 1, 2017
Another Winter Contest
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We are proud to announce another Winter Contest Giveaway
Starting December 2, 2017-January 31, 2018 we will be giving away the following
(2) Blackhawk Tickets
(Feb Game) + a $25 Gift Card
$50.00 Gift Card from Wal-Mart
for Estimates or work that is completed and 'Paid in Full" between the dates of Dec 2, 2017-Jan 31, 2018. Winners will
be drawn on Feb 1, 2018.
Luck to everyone
Winter Contest Giveaway Winners
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Pallas Painting would like to say "Thank you" to everyone
that recieved estimates or got work completed from our company. Everyone is a winner!
Congrats to the following Winners of our 1st Winter Contest Giveaway
for ending Date of Nov 30, 2017
Grand Prize Winner-
Tickets to the Chicago Blackhawks with a $25.00 Gift Card
$50 Wal-Mart Gift Card
$25 Wal-Mart Gift Card
$15 Gift Card for Dunkin Donuts or Starbuck
Congrats again to all the Winners and Thank You!
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Pallas Painting Giveaway
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Pallas Painting is excited to announce another AWESOME Giveaway
Be One of The Lucky Ones……
(2) Tickets to the
Chicago Blackhawks (Dec Game) + A $25 Gift Card
Walmart Gift Card
$25 Gift Card
Gift Card to Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks
(You choose 1)
1) 1 Entry per household. To qualify you must have a written estimate
and or have "Work completed and Paid in Full" between the dates of Oct 1, 2017-Nov 30, 2017. Drywall work and Expired
written estimates do not qualify.
2) Pallas Painting will notify Winners on December 1 thru Email and
by Phone. Winners will also be posted on our Website and Facebook page. Winners will have up to 24 hours to confirm. If Pallas
Painting does not recieve confirmation, we will then pick another consumer.
3) Pallas Painting will not
go to some areas of cook county and up to 20 miles from 60185
4) Pallas Painting will not be held responsible
for lost or damaged items
Monday, March 3, 2014
What you should know about your wood siding
The biggest risk to wood siding is moisture, which will
lead to rotting, insect infestations, mildew; mold; paint peeling, etc.
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Wood siding expands and contracts with normal changes in humidity and temperature. These fluctuations
cause paint to chip and crack, and cause caulked seams to deteriorate around windows, doors, and corners. And because the
south and west sides of your home receive the most sun, they will wear faster than the north and east sides, and your siding
will need repairs and re-finishing more often on these sides of your home.
It is therefore important that at least once a year you should inspect your wood siding. Inspect your siding
for any possible places where water can penetrate or get under the boards: joints with cracked caulking; missing flashing;
cracked boards; chipped or peeling paint; open nail holes; and around trim and light fixtures.
Your wood siding must be properly finished with paint, stain, or clear sealer. Left unprotected, it’s susceptible
to rot and decay caused by moisture.
But in addition
to being properly finished, there are other things you should do to protect your wood siding. For example, make sure that
any soil is at least 8 inches below the bottom of your wood siding, to prevent moisture and insects from infiltrating your
wood. And be sure that no bushes, tree branches, shrubbery, etc. are touching your wood siding. These can scratch your siding
and create opportunities for insects and moisture to attack your wood. You should always have about 1-2 feet between your
house and any plant materials, including crawling vines.
take care that any lawn sprinklers do not spray water onto your wood siding, especially sprinkler heads which point upwards
and can spray water under the edges of your wood siding, Masonry or Brick. Over time miss-adjusted sprinklers can create an
avenue for water intrusion into your home or building, which if nothing else can lead to a maintenance nightmare. Check the
coverage of your sprinkler heads once a month and adjust as necessary to prevent a large repair bill. A little maintenance
now can save you $$. And further about your lawn, when mowing your grass, be sure that the mower discharge faces away from
your house, so that sticks and stones thrown from the mower do not fly against and damage your siding.
Never let children throw balls against your siding. And if you have problems with wood peckers,
then placing a wind chime nearby can often help keep them away.
You will also want to make sure that your attic has proper ventilation, and maintain your indoor humidity below 65%.
As high humidity from these areas can cause moisture to get behind your wood siding. And if you are in a region that is prone
to ice damming, you should consider adding roof heat tracing wires, to prevent ice build-ups which can cause water to infiltrate
behind your wood siding.