Painters Plus gets the job done right

Company tackles projects big and small

Coming from a family of entrepreneurs, Chris Nace, grew up around a prosperous business owner and three brothers who operate their own contracting businesses. Their success must have rubbed off on him.

Based out of Catskill, Nace’s business, Painters Plus, opened in 2000 and does everything from painting a front door to working on multi-million dollar homes.

Nace also takes pride in giving back to the community and giving his clients an opportunity to donate a portion of the labor costs to a charity of their choice.

“Basically what we do is, if a customer would like, we can donate 5 percent of the labor cost to a charity of the customer’s choice if the bill is $500 or more,” said Nace. “I think it gives people a little more of an idea that I’m a down-to-earth person. By choosing me, maybe they are able to make a slight difference in someone’s life.”

Nace said he tries to give back to community several times a year.

“If the community has projects going on like a school concert, I’ll donate materials or donate money. If kids need lumber or paint for a set design, I’ll give them that. As long as I have it, they are welcome to it,” said Nace.

Since the climate in the Northeast isn’t conducive to working outside year round, Painters Plus offers discounts throughout the year on labor for advanced scheduling when the client puts a deposit down. There are potential discounts for repeat customers and a 10 percent discount for senior citizens.

Although the company started strictly as a painting business, it has evolved to meet the demands of the seasons and the customers. That’s where the “plus” part of the name comes in.

“I came up with Painters Plus knowing how the weather is here, and in the winter, things slow down so you need to find other ways to keep busy,” said Nace. “We can do anything from landscaping, barns, sheet rocking, windows, doors, siding, framing — basically anything that you could think of or need.”

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