Mission Painting is serving multiple cities in the Kansas City Metro – from Johnson County to Lock Lloyd; Parkville to Lee’s Summit, we’ve got your neighborhood covered. We are quickly expanding! If your city isn’t on the list, call us – we’d love to serve your neighborhood too. In the meantime, regardless of where you live, we wanted to give some tips on making your neighborhood a better place to live.

We believe making your neighborhood better is more important now than ever before. Our team is dedicated to serving you through professional painting and commitment to excellence. The former is without a doubt our speciality, but commitment to excellence means more than just a fantastic paint job. At Mission Painting, our guarantee is to leave your property better than we found it.

Building Better Neighborhoods

The Mission Painting process starts with an estimate at your home. Signing up for an estimate is incredibly easy, and it jumpstarts something we value: easy and transparent communication. Residential painting is our specialty, but we understand that every home is different. Depending on your home’s specific needs, we ensure your project is completed in a professional manner.

In the aforementioned Kansas City Metro areas, we are increasing our Mission Painting footprint. And if you, or someone you know, is particular about their painting needs . . . we promise to answer the call.

So That You Can Do The Same

Which leads us to our tips on creating better neighborhoods. (Something easier said than done in the wintertime). But while it’s still wintertime, consider the amount of snow you can shovel in a neighbor’s driveway or sidewalk! You don’t need to be a kid hustling for cash to help out – just a thoughtful and caring neighbor. Some other ways to help in the upcoming months:

  • Bake a cake as a family and deliver them to a neighbor.
  • Build a little library in your yard.
  • Offer to walk the dog of a neighbor who might be ill or away on vacation/work. 
  • Mow an extra lawn or two when you break out the mower.
  • Bring your neighbor’s trash cans from curb to garage at the end of the day.
  • Host a barbecue cookout for your next door neighbors.

These are just a few ideas. Do you have any more? We would love to hear your own ideas. Please let us know! Mission Painting doesn’t add the “& Home Improvements” for nothing. We truly love what we do, and the people we serve. As long as that’s the case, we trust that neighborhoods will grow better in the process.

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