98.7% of customers would
refer friends and family to us.
“Nolan painters were very professional, courteous and extremely neat, in addition to the excellent job done in our home, including kitchen cabinets and stairs. We were very happy with the entire experience and would definitely use them again.”lallo0, Aston | APR. 20, 2017
We are a team of 100+ people who love what we do and who we do it for.
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Nolan in the Neighborhood
Nolan in the Neighborhood is a community initiative supporting local organizations and events throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania. The company has committed to investing approximately $1,000,000 over the next ten years to support initiatives that improve the communities the company has served since its founding in 1979. Nolan Painting is an active community partner – attending, volunteering and sponsoring road races, concerts, festivals, silent auctions, shows and sporting events throughout the Main Line and surrounding areas in Delaware Valley.
Improving Homes and Neighborhoods Since 1979
Our painters are full time, background checked, trained employees who respect customers and their homes. We have 100 of the friendliest, most competent painters and over 30 paint trucks ready to roll. Kevin Nolan started painting houses in 1979 while still a student at Villanova. Now over 35 years later he is still at it and his family is involved as well. He has kids, nieces and nephews, brother-in-laws and son-in-laws all in the business. All the folks at Nolan Painting are like family and share the same values that Kevin started with. Treat customers and colleagues right, be reliable, friendly and helpful. Make people happy. It’s satisfying to us to make people happy and seeing a job well done.
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Nolan Painting Invests $41,000 To Support the Community This Summer
JUNE 2, 2017
Nolan Painting Invests $41,000 To Support the Community in June, July and August as Part of its Nolan in the Neighborhood Program Havertown, Pa. (June 2,...