Licensed Painting Contractor: Commercial & Residential House Painters
Serving Sedona, Cottonwood, Verde Valley, AZ & Northern Arizona
WesTrail Paint Works is owned and operated by Donald Masters, who has decades of experience as a painting contractor. We are licensed, bonded and insured which means we are covered so that you are covered.
All of our employees are experienced painters. The work they do is carefully supervised. It is important at WesTrail Paint Works to inspire our employees to do the best job possible…every time. We are a full service painting contractor specializing in residential and commercial painting and “cool roof coating”.
We always use the highest quality paints and products including the option of Zero V.O.C. and Low V.O.C. paints for house painting and commercial applications. Being “Green” and environmentally responsible is a big concern to us, as it is to many of our clients. Quality is our #1 goal on every project, whether it be a small interior room or a large exterior home repaint. We know that for homeowners, how your home looks and is cared for is important to you. For commercial properties, how your building looks can have a direct effect on the operation of your business. We take all of your needs and concerns seriously.
It is also important for you to know how much I appreciated your professionalism. I truly believe you cared as much about how my home looks as you care about your own. You did not overpromise and in fact finished much quicker than I anticipated. You told me what you were going to do and then you did it… That builds trust. You were neat and tidy; in fact at the end of the day it was hard to tell anyone was even working on the house since all tools and supplies were put away.
You and Paulie were polite and respectful anytime I talked to you, even answering what to you might be silly questions. All in all it was a great experience, and you can be sure I will be recommending you in the future. I look forward to working with you again when I have other problems with the house that I cannot handle alone."
— Many thanks, Shirley S.