Why Choose Radden's?

 

Longevity

The reason Radden Painting has been around for so long is our dedication to quality and service. We are not interested in having a customer on a one-time job basis – we want to be THE painting contractor you look to and depend on for years to come. That is why many of our most-valued family and business customers of today have been calling us since the days of our founder, B.L. Radden.

Quality

We’ve never settled for cutting corners – whether it be in the paint preparation phase, the number of coats, or in the quality of the materials we use. We don’t even open a can of paint until the preparation work is completed properly, and we use only the finest quality paints from major manufacturers. We may not always be the ‘cheapest’ quote you get, but, in the long-run, painting less frequently is more cost effective because it’s done right the first time. In the painting industry the old adage “you get what you pay for” is certainly as true as ever.

Skill

Several of our fine craftsmen have been with our firm as long as 30 years or more. Many more have a minimum of 15-20 years experience with us. Why? Because we treat our employees fair yet at the same time have high expectations of them. In turn, over the years, our reputation has built both a trust and a certain level of expectation of us from our regular customers. Countless times in our 75 year history, businesses to high-end homeowners have left us with keys to their properties and returned to find the projects completed professionally, neatly, and exceeding those expectations.

Credentials

  • Fully bonded and insured
  • Long-time member of the Better Business Bureau
  • Long-time member of the Chamber of Commerce
  • Registered Specialty Contractor with the Lexington-Fayette Urban Co. Government
  • Long-time members of the Painting & Decorating Contractors of America (PDCA), serving as Chapter & Council Vice Presidents, President, Delegates to National Boards and various Committees
  • Subcontractor member of the Associated General Contractors of America
  • Field employees are continuously trained and updated with safety programs and procedures and local, state, and federal guidelines
  • Most projects are warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) full year from date of completion