Thomaston Connecticut Painter

Published on Dec 19, 2015

You are apparently looking for a Thomaston Connecticut Painter.…
Good News! The Connecticut Painter creates happiness, satisfaction, and pride.

The Connecticut Painter helps you protect your investment, and realize the dream of owning a beautiful home you would be proud to show off to your friends and family.

Call Steve Schappert at 203-994-3950
to paint your Thomaston Connecticut home or business. Connecticut Paint & Thermal Coatings provides expert residential, commercial and industrial painting and coating services.

Review by Jack P. in Thomaston, CT Project: Repair Drywall Comments: The response was very prompt and all of my communications were answered immediately! This made my repair much less stressful. Excellent work! Jack P.

Review by Claude-Helene M. in Thomaston, CT
Project: Paint, Varnish or Stain Interior Surfaces
He had the patience of a saint, because I kept changing my mind and he was great. He actually had to paint one room twice because I hated the first color.

Review by Claudine M. in Thomaston, CT
Project: Paint, Varnish or Stain Exterior Surfaces
He was fantastic. I have a Victorian home and he was able to deal with the Intricacies of the home and still do it in a timely fashion.

Do you own a home or business in Thomaston, CT? Are you looking for an experienced, professional Thomaston Painter? Connecticut Paint & Thermal Coating’s main office & showroom is located in Thomaston, CT and we have done extensive residential and commercial painting services in Connecticut, New York & Arizona. Our painting services in Thomaston, CT include: power washing, interior painting, exterior painting, restoration, drywall repair and carpentry repair services. Connecticut Paint & Thermal Coatings also offers stucco, drywall, wood and cabinet refinishing and much more.

Not all Painters are created equal, you need an honest, affordable, quality minded painter for your Thomaston Connecticut property. Steve has successfully completed over 1000 painting projects in 3 states.

Plume and Atwood Thomaston,Ct

Published on Jun 30, 2014
2013 Plume & Atwood before the big building was torn down.

Flagg Coal 75 on the Naugatuck Railroad In Thomaston Connecticut.

Uploaded on May 31, 2011
Flagg Coal 75 @ the crossing at Whyco Chroming on the May 28th 10AM trip on the Naugatuck Railroad in Thomaston Connecticut.

Railroad Museum of New England, Thomaston, Connecticut

Published on Jun 1, 2015
Railroad Museum of New England, Thomaston, Connecticut

House Fire Aerial Video – Fire Department Drill in Thomaston, Connecticut Aerial Photography & Video

Aerial Video of a controlled house burn by Thomaston CT Fire Department. This video was shot with DJI F550 hexacopter with gimbal mounted Gopro. Post Editing done in Final Cut Pro.
Filmed and edited by: Petr Hejl,

Thomaston Flood of 1955

Thomaston Flood of 1955 filmed by Arnold Lundberg, published to YouTube for Arnold’s great nephew Timothy Lundberg 🙂

THOMASTON, CT: Welcomes its Veterans home following WWII

In honor of Veterans Day – This home movie was recently found in the film footage we had digitized, and we’re posting to share with town residents. Some time after the war, the town planned this celebration to honor all of the young men and women who served during WWII. I’m not sure of the date, as my Uncle has explained, it took some time for all of those who served to actually be sent home. This may be the summer following the end of the war. This clip was filmed by Victor Lundberg, father of Kenneth and Arnold Lundberg. Most of the clip is taken in front of the old Bradstreet Block, which is the site of the Webster Bank on Main Street today. The latter part of the clip is facing East Main Street, with the parade turning toward the Catholic Church. Arnold Lundberg (1927 – 2007) is the father of Residents Norma (Lundberg) Kryzanowski, and Nancy (Lundberg) Vigeant, and Britta (Lundberg) Anderson, resident of Simsbury, CT. Kenneth Lundberg, age 92, resides in Barrington, RI today, where he had raised his family. His Children, Marilyn, Janet, Debbie and Eric spent summers and holidays in CT, and continue to hold Thomaston in their hearts. Hope you enjoy this glimpse of Thomaston

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