There’s no question that Central Oregon’s weather is tough on homes. Where else can you get hit with rain, snow, and hail, and then get sun burnt in a single day? Often times we’ll be in the 30’s at night and then up in the high 80’s during the afternoon. Few places in our country test the strength and durability of paint like Central Oregon.
Because of this, we have to take a different approach to prepping and painting a home. We have to consider things like the type of materials we’re painting over, the flexibility of our products, and the ability of these products to stand up to everything mother nature can and will throw at it! We’ve taken a very scientific and systematic approach to understanding what is takes to make paint on a home hold up better and last longer. The result of our work over the years is a reputation that Webfoot Painting offers the most thorough prep, and longest lasting paint jobs in Bend and all of Central Oregon. For a detailed explanation of our prep process visit our page on Webfoot's Exterior Painting Process.
Beyond actual prepping and painting, the thing that separates us from the crowd more than anything is the talented and friendly people who make up the Webfoot family and the determination by all to provide the absolute best in customer service. Members of the Webfoot team are taking painting and staining projects to the next level with our comprehensive approach to managing a project. The painting skills and talents of the Webfoot Painters is matched by a level of organization and accountability rarely seen in our industry. Nothing gets in the way of providing our customers with the best possible experience from start to finish. From our initial meeting exploring your project, to the final moments wrapping up where you complete a final walk through with your Crew Leader and receive your closing packet containing all the details of the project, you’ll understand what we call The Webfoot Difference. Don’t believe us? Check out the Customer Report Cards page and see what our customers had to say.