Power Home Painting and Washing

Rodney Dangerfield — who sold aluminum siding before making it in comedy — knows what it’s like to do home painting and power washing. To paraphrase Rodney, “You don’t get no respect.” That’s because home and business owners see the clean, attractive result not the workmanship that produced it.

Micheal Lessa and cousin Nick Lessa, who own and operate Power Home Painting and Washing in Mamaroneck, NY, say before and after pictures, testimonials, and referrals all help, but it’s their free consultations that dispel the “no respect” image. Their pitch? It takes more than quality products, professional skills, and state-of-the-art equipment to achieve dramatic, long-lasting results. It takes the hands-on, on-site management at which the Lessas excel. And it’s their skilled management that brings every job in on-time, on-budget, and at reasonable prices.

Licensed and insured and with more than fifteen years experience, Micheal and Nick offer their Westchester, Rockland and Putnam County neighbors not just interior and exterior painting and power washing, but also deck staining and repair, driveway sealing and patching, skylight and gutter cleaning, landscape clearing, and property management as well. Micheal says “No job is too big or too small. We do it all.”

That’s Power Home Painting and Washing: They do it all — and get respect, too.

About Louis J. Bruno

I studied English and psychology at Columbia College and stayed at Columbia, doing postgraduate work in psychophysiology, then teaching and doing research for several years. To keep the wolf from the door, I migrated into retail sales and management, at first for Radio Shack, briefly for Savemart, and finally for Newmark & Lewis. When N&L collapsed, I went into business for myself, providing sales, service, and maintenance of computer systems; designing, hosting, and maintaining websites; providing custom software, mailers, and database services to the real estate industry; and serving as a business consultant. My interests include writing, traveling, jogging, swimming, biking, hiking, gardening, photography, history, art, jazz, swing, country and classical music, investing, management theory, civic activism, sustainability, particularly energy conservation, good government, the environment, and technology. And more to come, I hope.

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